09-26-2013 04:01 PM - last edited on 09-28-2013 06:52 PM by Maiko-I
I have a ProLiant Microserver N40L (G7) running Windows Server 2008 R2. There is a HP ProLiant MicroServer Remote Access Card in it running firmware version 1.2. I downloaded the iLO update to version 1.3 from this URL. Apparently have two options to install the update:
First I can upload the image to the iLO card using the web interface. When I try that and select the .bin file for the update, I am presented with an "Uploading" page that stays up indefinitely. It never goes away. I assume that the update process will not work, but have no error messages to troubleshoot from.
Second, I can use the firmware from the operating system itself using the socflash utility. I've placed the 64-bit driver and all.1.3.bin file in the same folder and then ran update.bat file at an elevated command prompt as per the instructions, however I'm now receiving the error C:\Users\goodshepherd\Downloads\BMC_FW_Versi
socflash if=all.1.3.bin gpio_b=c40 gpio_f=c41
ASPEED SOC Flash Utility v.1.03.02
[Error] Cannot load Windows WDM Driver Properly!!
[Info] Please make sure the driver signature enforcement had been disabled in Windows 2008 x64
However, driver signature enforcement is disabled as witnessed by the following:
So there are no driver integrity checks being done. I've rebooted to make sure that the option stays. I still cannot run the firmware update because of the same error at the command prompt and the web interface will never complete the upload of the image file for the update.
Any way I can update the remote access card to version 1.3 firmware?
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09-26-2013 08:44 PM
For good measure I downloaded the latest September 2013 Proliant Support Pack and booted the MicroServer into it. I chose "Automatic Firmware Update" and yet the iLO was not updated.
I tried once again, but this time chose the interactive firmware update option. At the end of adding a repo and scanning for updates, there were none presented. Apparently it thinks that I've installed all applicable updates. I know I thoroughly updated all drivers and firmwares that I was aware of from within Windows, but I know that the iLO remains to be updated from 1.2 to 1.3. Unless the PSP does not have updated for iLO.
Strange. I just want to upgrade the iLO's firmware from 1.2 to 1.3 to stay up to date, but this is becoming increasingly perplexing.