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USB Full support for VIA Vectro USB 1.1 and 2.0 chipsets and controllers is included in Windows 7. Via Vt6421 Raid Controller Windows 7 Btw, it was obvious that the chipset expected software raid as most raid controllers especially the off the shelf -not 3ware- are software raid. Similar Topics IDE to USB not recognized Mar 7, 2007 Sata hdd w/ ide to sata bridge not being recognized Jun 30, 2008 New IDE HD in Acomdata 509 case not Summary: (10 characters minimum)0 of 1000 characters Submit The posting of advertisements, profanity, or personal attacks is prohibited.Click here to review our site terms of use.

I did create a set of /dev/hde devices." During BIOS initialization your motherboard BIOS should link to a secondary BIOS present in the VIA VT6410 chip on the PCI card. Via Vt8237r Plus Vga Driver Free Download Windows 7 I really do. Last edited by donnied; 09-22-2009 at 06:47 AM. with nothing to boot from.

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The on-board SATA controller is serving the SATA (primary) drive. All of this leads one to think that with the on-board IDE disabled and the IDE Card enabled that the BIOS might report the drives it found.. Via Driver Download Users do, however, need to have a basic understanding of RAID and how it works in order to be able to choose the best set up for their requirements and in Via 6421 Sata Pci Card Driver Anyway, I think your problem is miscommunication between the motherboard BIOS and the PCI BIOS.

I believed that an answer could have been distro neutral and that any answer given could have been translated into Debian terms. this contact form Search this Thread 09-19-2009, 06:17 PM #1 donnied Member Registered: Oct 2006 Distribution: Debian x64 Posts: 198 Rep: how to use PCI Raid card I have a PCI raid Read The Friendly Manual. I adjusted the boot sequence in the BIOS setup and after that went to the RAID utility and created a RAID 0 configuration with the existing hard drive. Via Vt6421 Driver

Linux does not use BIOS addressing for hard drives except at boot so /boot is all that needs to be within the BIOS range. ------------------ Steve Stites jailbait View Public I ended up leaving the power led cable out and guessed right the polarity on the hdd led. Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate. These are general sound effect drivers with common functions.

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If your BIOS has this feature then you can change the motherboard IDE chipset adresses to IDE2 and IDE3.

You can easily look this up and find who made the card. Thank you. Which all makes sense, with my card reporting the 8 contiguous addresses (as shown above 0xef90-0xef97) however the "single ioport" is not reported.. Via Audio Driver For Windows 7 32 Bit Operating Systems A lot of driver support for VIA chips is built into Microsoft Windows 10 (32 and 64-bit).

You seriously wanted to refute what I was saying with a patch from 2005 and a dead link? The non-logo Windows 7 driver can be found at the  VIA Driver Download Portal. so while it's logical to just go buy another VT6421, i feel i must conquer this one. Check This Out I believed that an answer could have been distro neutral and that any answer given could have been translated into Debian terms.

donnied View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by donnied 09-19-2009, 06:27 PM #2 TB0ne LQ Guru Registered: Jul 2003 Location: I've also tried adding 'noapic' to the kernel boot line, to no observable effect. There's something else that is much more urgent. As an additional sanity check, I moved the new drive I want to use to the on-board secondary controller and it saw it right away..

I turned on the machine and went to BIOS setup. All Rights Reserved Windows iOS Android Mac Enter to Search Popular Apps Popular iOS Apps imo free video calls and chat Facebook WhatsApp Messenger Apple iOS 9 Subway Surfers Clash of Any ideas would be appreciated. If you can, then way are you trying to install a IDE PCI controller?

Now i have another older VIA based IDE/SATA RAID card and it works perfectly (VT6421 rev 50). There was also a manual in PDF format in the CD that came with the product. I think that one of your problems is that the motherboard is not recognizing the existance of the secondary BIOS. Way to think outside the box (literally!).

Want to know if that peripheral is compatible with Linux?