well is my first time publishing on a forum but i really needed to do it.. so the problem is: my boss gave me a server to make his configuration (installing operating system and drivers). the model of the server it's a intel sr1600urhs http://ark.intel.com/Product.aspx?id=48660.. So when i tried to make the installation of the operating system windows 7 the server just crashed on the conclusition of the OS.. so i search on the internet and on a website i saw it to go the Bios and disable a option named PCI&AEROSUPPORT so i did it and instantly i tried to install again the OS and was sucessfull.. The problem is i dont know what is PCI&AEROSUPPORT and why the server crashed when that option was enable and why i did the installation after i did disable on it...
if you guys could help its a urgency!
sorry for my bad english i'm a portuguese guy
Thanks for help
PCI advance error reporting.
The issue is the way the native NIC driver in WIN7 makes call in AER.
Disabling AER will allow the instlation to complete.
Loading a newer NIC driver will also let install complete and you can then re-enable AER if so desired.
Not all devices can use AER and almost all will work fine without it.