I'm trying to set up an old surplus server in my home to work as a NAS. I have it configured in the UEFI with 4 HDDs working in RAID 1. I have a 5th hard drive I had lying around, so I threw it in there and that'll hold the OS.
That's the plan.
I've tinkered around with some Linux distros, and I struggle to get Linux to work for me. I'm a noob to both servers and Linux.
All the Linux distros I tried installed with no problem (Puppy, CentOS7 and Ubuntu Server).
Windows Server 2016 needs some kind of media driver(s) that appear to be missing. It's not particularly specific about what it wants. I've gone to IBM Fix Central and found my machine, but there are some 76 or more packages I could download, and I have no idea which one I should try...if any.
Edit: Forgot to mention, I'm installing via USB. I downloaded the ISO, used cmd prompt commands to format the stick, set up the partition and so on. I followed some online guides here:
Edit 2: I've collected some screens of what's going on so you can see for yourself. 1 is the initial screen, asking for language and region, then the install button, then the setup is starting screen...and then the vague request for drivers: