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MSA 50 Storage Enclosure Firmware Upgrade?



 
 
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Old August 9th 08, 06:05 AM posted to alt.sys.pc-clone.compaq
Will
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Default MSA 50 Storage Enclosure Firmware Upgrade?

Does the MSA 50 storage enclosure have any firmware that can be directly
upgraded? The MSA 50 manual suggests the answer is yes, but the HP page
for this storage array has no firmware on it. The MSA 50 user manual
points to a link on the HP web site that is broken.

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