Thank you, that was fast jejej…. But at least you were able to flash the non-Raid Bios onto the card, if I have seen that correctly. If so, then the BIOS is be. Hi, please can someone tell me if this card is bootable, here is what im gonna buy http: I found out what the problem is!!! My own card is a Delock , which is available in some european countries. I am not aware of such an issue.
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Also, the driver version is to be matched with the BIOS version and type. The card is bootable, but you need to make sure your motherboard BIOs will allow this too.
I found out what the problem is!!! WOOOW, this was realy faaast jajaja…. You need to look at your card then. Turns out one of the ports is defective, if I only use the good port the card works fine, Windows boots fine, and the drive silivon fine in Windows.
So how are we iamge know which particular card has an e-Pad chip package or not and thus which BIOS to use e suffix or not?
Which card exactly do you have? Another issue that users may have been experiencing is which ports are active -i. Hi Welcome on board. But until now no luck to start with a drive conected. You can use the Bios from SiI. That, along with pictures from other manufacturers suggests szta while the Pad is exposed it is on the underside.
There should be a jumper that determines if the external or the internal port is active. Hi, please can someone tell me if this card is bootable, here is what im gonna buy http: Thanks for all your help! I suppose you have consulted the mainboard manual for advanced boot priority options?
2 Port SATA II PCI Software RAID Controller Card
Well i just imag the card, but it freeze during boot dos when i conect a sata hdd. Well my mobo is a old one, bios has this boot options: Also, when I tried to flash it under DOS, it gives me a long list flash chips to choose from.
Connect a working drive to the controller and install latest drivers you need the Raid version at the moment. In the properties of your controller card device managerthere should be a silcion tab that allows you to flash the firmware within Windows. Note that the UpdFlash. I, liked this forum. Your operating system is installed on another HDD?
Also, make sure, the boot sequence in Bios is set to boot from your OS HDD at first, and exclude the controller from the boot sequence for now. There was no jumper on the card that disables the esata port, the port was just defective.
My own card is a Delockwhich is zilicon in some european countries. I bought it less than a year ago and I will request the store I bought it from to replace it. But I just change the pci card to another slot, and the bios did not hang up during booting. If I remember correctly, then only two of the three existing ports can be used. Is there anything I need to look for?
SCSI boot should do the trick. But at least you were able to flash the non-Raid Bios onto the card, if I have seen that correctly. Since this card has an external connector, you might play with the jumpers. Thank you, that was fast jejej…. It comes with Raid Bios, so I had to flash it.