Before You Begin
Note - If the server is newly installed and this is the first time that an operating system has been installed, then BIOS is probably configured to its default settings and you do not have to perform this task.
Before you begin, ensure that the following requirements are met:
The server is equipped with a hard disk drive (HDD) or solid state drive (SDD).
The HDD or SDD is properly installed in the server. For instructions, see the Service, Servicing Storage Drives and Rear Drives (CRU).
A console connection is established to the server. For details, see Selecting the Console Display Option.
The BIOS screen appears.
After a few moments, the BIOS Setup Utility appears.
A message appears prompting you to continue this operation by selecting OK or to cancel this operation by selecting CANCEL.
The BIOS Setup Utility screen appears with the cursor highlighting the first value in the system time field.
Use up or down arrow keys to change between the system time and date selection.
The Boot menu appears.
The Boot Device Priority menu appears listing the order of the known bootable devices. The first device in the list has the highest boot priority.
Note - You can change the boot order for other devices in the list by repeating Steps 7a and 7b for each device entry you want to change.
The device strings listed on the Boot Device Priority list and Options menu are in the format of: device type, slot indicator, and product ID string
Alternatively, you can save the changes and exit the BIOS Setup Utility by selecting Save and Reset on the Exit menu. A message appears prompting you to save changes and exit setup. In the message dialog, select OK, then press Enter.
Note - When using the Oracle ILOM Remote System Console, F10 is trapped by the local OS. You must use the F10 option listed in the Keyboard drop-down menu that is available at the top of the Remote Console application.