Has anyone had problem with upgrading from call manager 4.2.3 to 7.1.3 on a MCS 7825H2. The installation upgraded the BIOS and copied all the files across. Then ejects the DVD and attempts to boot from the hard drive and comes up with an error saying unable to detect OS. If I restart the install it ask if I wish over write the current version 7.1.3.x
Check your hardware specs. I am assuming you meant to say 7825-H2 (not 7823). That platform can run 7.1(3) but might require hardware upgrades for full support. You may already be good to go but, depending on which specific platform sub-model it is, and when it was ordered (age) then it may be worth checking.
"Cisco Unified Communications Manager 6.1 and higher requires memory of minimum 2GB for MCS 7815/16/25/35, 6GB for MCS 7828 and 4GB for MCS 7845, and hard drive capacity of 72/80 GB or higher. This will result in mandatory memory and hard drive upgrades if older supported servers are desired for use with the new software versions."
I have a couple MCS 7825H servers and both support the 7.1.3 with no problem. Check your BIOS as I had a similar problem before I upgraded the bios on the servers to the most recent version in the Cisco Download section.
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