Once downloaded it prompts you to proceed – press any key (other than ESX) to apply the update.It now applies the updated firmware to the e200 controller Once completed successfully you will get the message ‘Auto Flashing Completed’ Remove the USB memory stick from your server and reboot it.These cheaper 100 series Proliants do offer a threat to the other larger Proliant servers as they do offer very good value for money and good performance especially with the release of the multi-core and faster processors.
Press enter and you will be prompted to confirm that you want to format the USB memory stick and copy the firmware files to it. After the confirmation if now starts to format the USB memory stick… Once complete insert the USB memory stick, ensure that the boot priority of your server is set to boot from USB first and then power your ML110/ML115 server up.
Save it locally and then run the executable Click ‘Next’ Accept the license agreement – of course only if you want to, though you won’t get far if you don’t.
🙂 Select a folder to extract the contents of the file to – for simplicity I would recommend using the default directory specified.
So I’m still none the wiser as to the reason why and am just putting it down to HP being a bit slow in updating the ML110/ML115 driver downloads page.
As mentioned in the beginning of this post applying the firmware updates is quite straight forward but what does differ is the method by which you apply the different versions of the update.