Thu Nov 23, 2: Does anyone have any help for me? This is driving me nuts since when I try to install through XP it shows me all of the drives. I just installed five Win2K3 servers with this controller last week – no issues at all. Originally posted by ahmerali: Not having drivers for them built in is very stupid. These chipsets and raid controllers are very common.
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Does anyone know the solution?
2 port SATA RAID 0/1 PCI Card – Silicon Image SiIA | SATA-PCI01
Nov 14, Posts: Windows doesn’t have it online either. Wed Dec 13, 4: Aug 9, Posts: Good thing the XP version works fine. May 4, Posts: Tried doing an import foreign disk in disk management?
These chipsets and controllef controllers are very common. Sun Dec 24, 6: Can’t live without the the music and video files on my other hard drives.
I’m talking about Vista, not 2K3 Server. Originally posted by ahmerali: I tried forcing the XP drivers on it won’t start the device.
I have downloaded si’s latest drivers and bios, but after i try to install any rsid them my pc will not restart. Wed Jan 31, Clear the CMOS read the book, some require power to be removed from system and jumper moved.
Silicon Image 3112 SATARaid Controller
Does anyone have any help for me? Wed Nov 22, 3: Gasaraki Ars Scholae Palatinae Registered: Thu Nov 23, 2: Apr 12, Posts: Wed Dec 13, 2: If you must move it that fine with me.
That is the reason I was surprised that Vista didn’t have these drivers. Don’t have it handy right now, but if you really can’t find it, PM me and will send you over a ZIP that you can use via floppy.
This is driving me szta since when I try to install through XP it shows me all of the drives. Originally posted by avenger Thanks, but you really need to read my post first. Los Angeles, CA Registered: Jun 2, Posts: Sun Dec 24, 1: Thread necromancy because I have the same damn problem!
Originally posted by Darkrabbit: Wed Nov 22, 2: Sep 9, Posts: Bear in mind that doing anything like I suggested could also render the data completely inaccessible — EDIT: