3512 SATA RAID CONTROLLER DRIVER DOWNLOAD
I tried to replace my two GByte Sata HD’s with two bigger ones Bgyte but the Raid utility stops at the screen prompting for F4 to enter the SataRaid utility, but nothing happens whatever keys I press It gets part way through the bios POST, but hangs it recognizes the drive by serial number, but won’t respond to the “press F4 or ctrl-S to enter raid setup” or something like that. There IS a newer SataRaid firmware, but it is not compatible with this mobo bios. Any ideas on how to make it just timeout on input and assume F1? If Automatic Updates reboots my PC, no one is there to press F1 so it just sits there forever and my wife’s soap opera is not taped.
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This drives me NUTS!!!
Update BIOS for SiL a Embedded SATA Raid Controller – Tech Support Forum
I assume that if I could only update the bios on the a, it would control the g just fine. If Automatic Ocntroller reboots my PC, no one is there to press F1 so it just sits there forever and my wife’s soap opera is not taped. The time now is However, I’m not ready to give up just yet. When I press F1, it continues and all is fine.
2 Port SATA I PCI Software RAID Card – SD-SATA150R
Copyright -Tech Support Forum. However, the Silicon Image bios update utility 4. Think we need a signed 64bit driver, an unsigned bit drive won’t work. In the long run, that may be the smart thing do do. Vista boots and the drive works good. I tried GB and 1TB – both works. However, I now fear that only a general motherboard bios update from Shuttle will do this, but Shuttle doesn’t have bios 33512 that model on its website any more.
Shuttle has no newer motherboard bios. There IS a newer SataRaid firmware, but it is not compatible with this mobo bios. Full system details here: I’ve got the card a and the drive working fine.
I managed to get it going. Virus Problem, Please Help.
I don’t need RAID. Any ideas on how to make it just timeout on input and assume F1? Contrroller I can’t get it to use the g drive, I have to install a new pci controller or buy a new pc. DIdn’t even need a reboot, just right after the upgrade, plugged in the hard drive and it was recognized.
It came with an 80g drive. Thanks for the suggestions.
The shuttle has only one drive bay anyway. It gets part way through the bios POST, but hangs it recognizes the drive by serial number, but won’t respond to the “press F4 or ctrl-S to enter raid setup” or something like that.
The only issue is that when the computer is booted, I will always be prompted to either enter F1 to continue or F2 to go into setup. You just install it with only one drive. The Shuttle’s site https: I have the same problem.
Or how did you solve your problem? Now I need to re-purpose this Shuttle box and blindly assumed that I could put a g drive in it. Nothing you or I can do here.
Hi, I have the exact same problem as you. According to Silicon Image’s website, the latest version for that family is 4.