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They seem important, causing PCI config register bits 0xed[5: Posted June 21, edited. I’m using the latest BIOS on my motherboard, as well. Most of us either stumbled blindly into the scratch installation of a Windows XP operating system for our new motherboards with the ICH9R on it or, as in my case, tried to migrate my installed hard disk configured for an older chipset which only offered IDE emulation on the SATA ports. However to my disappointment I couldn’t get the Intel controllers to work no matter what I did. Posted June 24, Linux sets register 0x41 to 0xa1, while the option ROM will set it to 0xf1 or 0x
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The second part of the problem is to modify the option ROM given you already know how to configure the chip. You can “workaround” this by uninstalling appropriate disk drive in device manager, before pulling it out. When Windows loads it will detect a new hard disk – cancel the wizard for installing the new hardware and run the Intel driver installer you downloaded in step 1. What is out of control – caches, esp. No, feature is not present. Supports hot plugging of devices Supports staggered spin ups of multiple hard drives at boot time However, in the real world the performance difference isn’t huge.
The eSATA cable itself is shielded to reject electrical noise and the receptacle which, is usually grounded to the case into which it is fit, has a “collar” which captures the cable end and, in turn, grounds it to the shield. Well I wouldn’t have been returning it as a board issue, but to look for a different board.
Hot-plig will not be published required. I’m using the latest BIOS on my motherboard, as well. This is because only the vista ICH9R drivers support hot plugging!
The eSATA cable is designed so that it can be inserted and removed with significantly less wear to both the cable and the receptacle into which the cable is ho-plug. It seems like bits [1: Sign up for a new account in our community. Not much help for me anyhow as I don’t plan on using Vista anytime soon.
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Or is there any trick? What am I missing?
Unfortunately, I do not know enough about hex editing to find where to patch. I use a thermaltake dock, and I would like to swap in my backup drive sometimes to do images they take all day over USB. There seems to be some confusion in this thread. I can use the wizard to safely remove it, but reconnecting doesn’t do anything unless I reboot.
The tray icon to safely remove eSata devices plugged into an external port of an ICH9R system should be coming out in a future release of the Intel Matrix Storage Drivers but don’t quote me on that. With df set, the option ROM does not detect any disks, despite spending several minutes.
STILL, if you don’t have tons of disks you want to hotswap at the same time, imho, why not just use jmicron controller. Most of us either stumbled blindly into the scratch installation of a Windows XP operating system for our new motherboards with the ICH9R on it or, as in my case, tried to migrate my installed hard disk configured for an older chipset which only offered IDE emulation on the SATA ports.
At this point mmicron the code, register jimcron should contain the byte read from PCI configuration register 0xdf. Sign up using Facebook. Here is the link: Posted June 23, Uot-plug bytes b1 02 90 are two x86 instructions mov cl, 0x02; nop; See previous reply. Just to hot-pllug, I tried plugging in the Seagate with the system running, and it appared to mount OK, but with no notification of any kind and no way to safely unmount it.
The original bytes were e8 xx xxwhere e8 is the opcode for the CALL instruction, and the bit immediate operand is the relative branch target. Will just have to use the JMicron controller. There are accessory adapters available that fit into a case card slot with an eSATA connector on the plate and a short cable which plugs into a “normal” SATA socket on the motherboard.
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Feature will never be implemented. Only lazy intel programmers corrections welcome. I also used pcicfg in DOS to check the card was detected.