If not, well then I will need to buy a couple of HP Servers instead I guess, or just use a whitebox as I don’t need all those components like i DRAC anyway.Before anyone asks, yes I was slightly frustrated when I wrote this.After scavenging the Dell website for hours I literally found nothing useful.
A light-weight laptop with lasting battery life would provide productivity on the go.
On-the-Go Pros are typically out of their offices all day, attending meetings in the field.
Deskbound most of the work day, the desk-centric worker seeks a comfortable environment with uncluttered workspaces, an ergonomic-friendly setup and a compact device that frees up desk space. Corridor warriors are often in meetings and work from multiple locations in the office.
Being able to work anywhere with minimum hassle is the ideal environment.
So I figured why not try to download a bootable ISO that contains all the firmware for a Dell R610…. After another hour I figured out I needed to download the Dell Server Update Utility.
I downloaded that and figured I could just boot it and update the firmware, well not quite yet.
It might take a bit of homework to narrow down what you’ll need, but you’ll see that it’s worth the time and effort after you do, for a number of reasons.
You may want to call dell if the following steps don't work (they can possibly replace your battery free of charge, since you owned it only 2 months) 1.
So do you guys have any ideas or should I just buy a new one?