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After installing "Kerio Control Software Appliance" on board "Intel D510MO" system will not boot. The following error "no bootable device - insert boot disk and press any key". (version 7.0.1 and 7.1.0b)
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Forget it! I tried long ago. Below is the answer from Kerio Support;

" Kerio Control Software Appliance is based on BusyBox. Unfortunately, it causes that some hardware is not supported. We are trying to add support for new hardware to new versions of Software Appliance. Unfortunately, I'm not able to tell you when this motherboard may be supported. "

Second response;

" Unfortunately, Kerio Control Software Appliance are not using the latest version of BusyBox. I created a new suggestion to support Intel Desktop Board D510MO motherboard to our suggestion database. We will inform you when the support will be added.


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It looks for me that the I/O chip for SATA controller isn't supported. Could it be that there is a possible RAID function on this board and enabled. Because i haven't any problems with the latest boards except when ICH RAID is enabled.

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Carlo Turk
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I was able to successfully boot with this MOBO. You will need version 501, but you must upgrade your BIOS sequentially to the current version. wnldID=19471&ProdId=3196&lang=eng

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I have same issue on my velocity micro mx225 but don't know what mobo it has. Sata raid is off too.

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I just resolved this boot issue for buggs1a. In his particular case, the Kerio install didn't assign the boot flag to the boot volume, which is needed for some Intel boards/BIOS. This is less and less of a problem nowadays, but for some BIOS, the boot flag is needed. So, download the Ubuntu LiveCD and boot from it. Use the gparted application located under the System Tools under Applications. Highlight the sda1 partition and in the menu, go to Partition->Manage Flags. Check the boot flag and close the window. Click Apply and quit the app. Shut down and remove your cd. Power back up and it should boot into Kerio Connect with no problem.

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