Worked great in Windows 7. Thanks for the update ValDar! XP Pro is running on an HD off a sata controller on the motherboard. You only have to say that you want to use the driver when Windows is telling you that the driver is not made for that device The SA’s ID strings are not present without mods to the INF file. Join the community here.
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XP Pro is running on an HD off a sata controller on the motherboard. Silicon Image redesigned the site. Add your comment to this article You need to be a member to leave a comment.
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WhatsApp grows to million monthly active users, 30 billion messages sent each day Jan 7, Acaptec great in Windows 7. For the driver, I modified the INF files a bit. For other OS try http: I got mine working on Windows 7 x64 by doing the following: Your name or email address: I have no idea what it could be, but here’s what happened Answer questions, windoows points and help others Answer questions.
Thanks Eyedoctor2 for the tip on the new Bios that appeared at the beginning of March, I was actually running Bios version 4. Already have an account? Do you think you could upload your final modified INF file so that I don’t have to make the changes myself?
I then decided to add Vista to the mix running that off a parallel drive off the main board the sytem is now a dual boot. I was however able to load the latest silicon image driver 1.
Microsemi Adaptec SATAConnect SA Specs – CNET
Your answer needs to include more details to help people. This leads me to believe there is a proprietary quirk for lack of a better term in the design of the sa and it may not have followed the Silicon Image design specification, but of course thats only speculation. Click “Add” to insert your video. You can’t post conmments that contain an email address. Level 2 Expert Answers. Positive point that would make more people buy the card.
But on the website of silicon image, chipset A has support for windows 7 64bit. An other point for more buyers.
Yes, my password is: Everything is working fine. Only the “Flash image file: The max point reward for answering a question is Here is the link: I know SA is an old card.
I can’t remember where I found it so I can’t credit the person who made the driver unfortunately, however i’ve wineows it to Rapidshare for you to download.
Maybe there was a reason why Adaptec dumped development of the sa with Vista. If you need other drivers, go here: Hi DragonMaster and thank you for keeping this thread alive. Silicon Image has everything you need to update the card.
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