No hangs at all any more. This could also be causing trouble. When windows XP starts to load the loading screen is displayed which has the small blue bar that movies from left to right. Sign up using Email and Password. There is a jumper on it named CN5. GenoCyber , Apr 11,
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Jan 31, Messages: The piece in quotes above lets me think you may have to juggle around in a similar place in your bios to get it to work. Sign up using Facebook. Not going to mess with floppy disks ever again, that one is zata sure. Do you already have an account?
It may or may not. They are driver Version 1. GenoCyberApr 6, Well, this was an epic fail.
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Microsoft Windows Hardware Compatibility Publisher 3112z anyone knows what drivers I should try please let me know and also where I could download them from. All with known good cables as usual.
The drivers you have shown Version 1. The behavior was fully identical. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.
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Post as a guest Name. Aug 20, Messages: Are they all the same version? I have two GB hard drives connected to these ports. Yes, my password is: And the Promise one totally lived up to its name, as it looked very promising that it would work due to the different chipset.
Worked a treat as well!!
This should proabably only be done as a last resort however and the usual cautions apply, because a 3112 flash will leave your card unusable. Is there a jumper on the card to disable its BIOS?
If you’re not trying raif boot from the drives connected to the controller, often you can bypass obstinate add-in controller BIOSes by not loading them, then let your OS load the controller’s driver later to access the drives.
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Anyway, to test it, can you load the card okay in another saga Log in or Sign up. GenoCyberApr 4, However, it might as well serve a total different purpose So has anyone of you guys ever noticed this special behavior of a controller card with a SATALink chipset?
Also sometimes the BIOS is disabled on these kind of cards when nothing is attached and no message is displayed about this.