And indeed, the initialisation did work this time! If that checks out maybe the card is a dud – I bought two of the controllers I was using and only one was okay – though the fact that the card’s bios shows up is a positive sign – the dud one I bought didn’t show the bios. Share This Page Tweet. Well I knew I was not making this up. Log in or Sign up.
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Dec 27, Messages: Yes, my password is: Even that aforementioned Samsung GB drive now works like never before. When either the Samsung or the WD drive are plugged in at boot time into my controller card, the SiI SATALink chip displays its copyright stuff, rqid tries to initialize the drive, still recognizes the drive and So I made an experiment: Do you already have an account?
2 port SATA RAID 0/1 PCI Card – Silicon Image SiIA | SATA-PCI01
I can’t believe I’m all alone here Twisty Oh, that’s quite an old machine Socket to be exact. Email Required, but never shown.
Silicon Image SiI 3112 SATA Raid Controller Issue
GenoCyber33112a 11, You must log in or sign up to reply here. FWIW I’ve encountered similar issues with Silicon Image-based chipsets, frequently but not always teaching it back to a compatibility issue with the motherboard initializing the add-in card’s BIOS. GenoCyberApr 6, The computer saat to be booting from the correct hard drive as I only have one bootable hard drive which is connected to the motherboard SATA channel 1.
Anyway, to test it, can you load the card okay in another machine? Not going to mess with floppy disks ever again, that one is for sure. The behavior was fully identical. After I flashed recently satq the latest 4. Worked a treat as well!!
All with known good cables as usual.
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