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Joel Mansford 1 6.
I own the onboard version of its predecessor Sata II Via 6421a pci card Tags Pco Badges Unanswered. This card csrd available from a number of sellers.
There is one exception: IF there is none, look for another seller or website where a manual is available for download. To enable eSATA port, change all jumpers to be down, shorting pin 1 to pin 2 via 6421a pci card all 4 jumpers.
The card is very picky anyways so unless you have a bunch of non samsung burners to try and some time probably best to try a better card with a SIL chipset of some flavor, less picky. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
The problem is the card: Seems, this was improved with the new version. So, exactly as reported here. Iam using a local indian chipset based notherboard.
This is what it looks like: My CD doesnt contain any manual only drivers ive looked at the via 6421a pci card CD. Have you tried the card in via 6421a pci card machine? I found with mine that the bottom internal port and the external one will work by themselves, the top one must be disabled by default as it never works or crashes the machine when all three are used.
It had pretty much everything I might ever need in large quantities. There is a picture of the jumper settings with instructions http: Yeah lots of places sell it but the manual is always on CD and never online.
Booting From VIA VTA Based PCI SATA Card – Super User
VIA site is offering driver 5. Sign up using Email and Password. If it came with a software CD, look for a manual on the CD. I hope this helps. I finally tried my new NEC and the h62l togther and they seem to both burn and play nice.
I guess lan parties and gamers rule now, not hardcore enthusiast with massive tower cases and tons via 6421a pci card Hard drives and burners to play with. My B works nicely there, but the Pata part had issues with optical drives. Bia assume you are using “bootable add-in cards” in the boot order and not looking for the actual hard disk?