Problems With PCI SATA Controller
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I feel it is resolved enough. 02-21-2009, 10:02 AM #14 neumannu47 Registered Member Join Date: Apr 2008 Location: US Posts: 17 OS: XP SP3; Win2K SP4 I have TechSpot is a registered trademark. When the boot order gets past the PCI Card's BIOS, it hangs. The dealer's description is inaccurate because it says this card is SATA 300, but this Promise chip supports only half that speed and is even labeled SATA 150.
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- I plug it in and boot up.
- Right now the most progress I have had is having the drive detect in Windows, but in order for this to happen I disconnect the SATA data cable, boot into Windows,
- SATA drives are exactly the same, only with a different connecter on the drive.
- Another odd thing: the photographs provided by the dealer show a card that has no BIOS chip, just an empty space where such a chip would normally go (between the wide
PCI-e SATA Expansion Card Issues solved Storage question... What distinction could there be between space torpedoes and space missiles? I think this is an incredibly stupid way to design a controller card. The card now shows up in device manager but the drive does not show up in device manager or in the disk manager.
All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Login _ Social Sharing Find TechSpot on... All Rights Reserved. They all said that I did not have the correct hardware. https://kb.paragon-software.com/article/658 I have administrator rights on this machine so I don't get the access denied thing.I have tried installing the card with HDD connected and alone and it doesn't seem to make
I don't want to do a low-level format, since I have windows still on the drive, and none of the other options work. Vista allows using a CD I believe for the F6 driver but WinXP only accepts floppies if I recall correctly. No issues. I will be working on this problem throughout the week, and post any updates.
Newsletter Sign-Up › Join Exclusives Connect with us for giveaways, exclusive promotions and last news! https://www.techiehq.net/threads/problem-with-promise-pci-sata-controller.68810/ On Promise chips used on motherboards, some have dual BIOS modules (i.e. Temeka Zieske posted Oct 12, 2016 Temeka here from Santa Monica, CA Temeka Zieske posted Oct 12, 2016 Hello there! The card detects the drive but the drive does not show up in Windows XP's disk manager.
I did not connect the hard drive at first, so as to boot into windows with my IDE and install the drivers. 2) ATTEMPTED to configure the RAID array in the Check This Out By any chance, does the new card's BIOS allow you to configure its SATA ports to do IDE (or PATA) Emulation the way so many current mobo BIOS's do? Simon Howson, Jun 16, 2005, in forum: Storage Devices Replies: 2 Views: 470 Ron Reaugh Jun 17, 2005 Promise Ultra100 vs Promise Ultra133 _R, Jul 18, 2005, in forum: Storage Devices Some of the better boards have SATA controllers off the pci bus on their own dedicated bus, these are the boards to use.
The card now > shows up in device manager but the drive does not show up in device > manager or in the disk manager. > > Does this controller card You can get it off your driver CD and put it onto a floppy to install it when windows ask if you need to install third party drivers. problem! http://hcsprogramming.com/problems-with/problems-with-geforce2-fps.php Waiting for advice before I proceed. 01-12-2009, 06:17 AM #9 linderman TSF Enthusiast Join Date: May 2005 Posts: 25,116 OS: win 2000 pro / Win XP pro
These are the steps I took: 1) Installed the PCI controller into an available slot. PcMus can assist you by taking the hassles out of choosing the right parts and take care of building a computer for you that works without hassles the first time right TE Cheah, Mar 31, 2010 #2 Advertisements larry moe 'n curly Guest Daniel Prince wrote: > > I bought a 2 tb SATA hard drive and a Promise FastTrack 376 (tm)
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If Russia hacked the election, how or why can we proceed with inaugurating Trump? Yahaira Winbush posted Dec 30, 2015 Hard drive failure - few... When you go back to ACHI mode – your old disk appears, but all your RAID disks are recognized as separate disks. have a peek here Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links TechSupportForum.com Advertisement 01-11-2009, 10:30 AM #2 Tumbleweed36 TSF Team, Emeritus Join Date: May 2005 Location: USA Posts: 25,111 OS: XP Professional You need to
I therefore loaded the RAID BIOS and installed the Windows app for controlling the card and attached drives. We've got experienced members happy to help and advise on your questions. Your SATA card supports SATA 1.0. The card detects the drive but the drive does not > show up in Windows XP's disk manager. > > The card came with no printed instructions.
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