SIL 3512 SATA DRIVER DETAILS:
|File Size:||26.9 MB|
|Supported systems:||Windows 2008, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7/8/10|
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SIL 3512 SATA DRIVER
WHen I click it, the system kinda hangs and then I get an error saying "The request faild because the remote server took too long to respond. Windows booted up fine, and I was able to format it with the "Manager" pull-down sil 3512 sata I right-clicked on "My Computer". I formatted it with the defaults, and I did not choose Quick Format. Once the formatting was done, Windows recognized it just fine. So the drive is good, there's no doubt about that. I think the 'hook' it puts in to the system to pretend to have a DOS drive is causing grief.
So I erased my flash bios. No BIOS extensions.
I'm booting off CF anyway. So here are my 2 questions.
Problem with two SATA HDD dives on Sil controller. - Page 2 - Windows 9x/ME - MSFN
Reply to this topic Thanks for your response, and the links. Vista screen shot, must of been what I seen with the bios update tab then, my XP does not have it. Hi You are welcome. The sil 3512 sata is the browse button is greyed out and the chip type is shown as unknown.
Read speeds are fine! Writing sucks bad: Write speed are MB a second, and the mouse freezes when writing: Probably something about going into compatibility mode. I don't know WHY there is a such a difference between read and write speed, since read must also drop down into DOS; maybe when writing it does an extra step like flush some hardware buffer or something. Windows 98 recognizes the INF, and uses it to give a name to the controller Instead of the question mark icon, it says it a scsi controller, assigns interrupt and IO space, but then also says 'no driver files sil 3512 sata needed or installed' ,and it still insists the 'D' drive is in DOS compatibility mode. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
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So on a hunch, I took the raid version sir. I don't have time right now to plug in any SATA drives and see if it's working - I'll do that later tonight.
FC4 and Sil SATA RAID
I haven't acquired too many files yet for the chip or sata cards, but what I have so far seem to sil 3512 sata just "r" files, as in sir. The problem is the compatibility with Windows 98 got dropped in both driver sets, quite a few years ago.
So, the newer controller versions are no longer covered by the drivers for Windows I do not know if reflashing the controller BIOS to older version can affect the driver compatibility problem. When i didnt attached an drive to it, i simply didnt get the flash option in the properties of that card!! Even though sil 3512 sataevery driver wos installed correctly for that card no hardware conflicts wotsoever!!
FC4 and Sil 3512 SATA RAID
If it woud help u… Iam currently using 4. When i choose retry the message keeps returning leaving me no other choice then to cancel. This is my first experience with SATA so I sil 3512 sata sadly a little clueless, and googling for this problem has been yielding a lot of really, really old documentation c.Based on the proven architecture of the industry-leading SiI SATALinkTM PCI host controller, the SiI is a single-chip PCI to. 2-port Serial ATA host.
Based on the proven architecture of the industry-leading SiI SATALinkTM PCI host controller, the SiI is a single-chip PCI to 2-port Serial ATA host.