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Using This Documentation

Hardware Installation

Operating System Installation

Oracle VM

Introduction to Oracle VM Installation

Preparing for OS Installation

Connecting to the System Console

How to Erase Your Boot Hard Disk

How to Create a Virtual Disk

How to Set the Boot Drive

Installing Oracle VM

System Requirements

How to Obtain Oracle VM Software

How to Install Oracle VM Server

How to Install Oracle VM Manager

Creating and Managing VM Resources

Administration, Diagnostics, and Service


How to Set the Boot Drive

After creating a virtual drive you need to set the drive to be the boot drive if you are going to install your operating system on it.

  1. Go to the Configuration Wizard screen and select Virtual Drives.
    image:Configuration Wizard screen.

    The MegaRAID BIOS Config Utility Virtual Drives Configuration screen appears.

  2. Check to see if Set_Boot Drive (current=none) is listed as one of the options:

    If the Set_Boot Drive (current=none) option is listed, then the boot drive has not been set.

    image:MegaRAID BIOS Config Utility Virtual Drives Configuration screen.
  3. Click Set_Boot Drive (current=none), and then click Go.

    The boot drive is set.