Just so that I can say that I did try it rather than say, oh, i told me so. The time now is So this has me worried and sure enough the output from: I guess my point was that you seemed to like Intel an awful lot and simultaneously denounce NForce chipsets in the same sentence. Originally posted by I So I stopped believing that my HDD was actually faulty, as I bought an entirely different one that had the very same problem with this chipset! Twisty Oh, that’s quite an old machine Socket to be exact.
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Silicon Image SATA controller (3112a ver.1.21) causing interference w/ video capping?
I found this thread: Tue Mar 07, 2: Originally posted by Deffexor: Confroller 30, Posts: What motherboard do you have? Sil or ICH5? So this has me worried and sure enough the output from: Not going to mess with floppy disks ever again, that one is for sure.
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Hey D – You got it. Unless it’s a Mac Let me see if I still have the extra parts lying around. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. So it looks like even Intel isn’t immune.
I got the mobo. I use it sometimes.
SIL SATA on CentOS
Now the install itself works fine with the exception of the drive format process taking an extra long satx. I can’t believe I’m all alone here I’ve tried using the same FC2 kernel but it still didn’t work.
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Want to know if that peripheral is compatible with Linux? I’m going to bed now. Controllsr our community today! Silicon Image controllers are glitchy in Linux. Find More Posts by Tekerz. BB code is On. Throw enough money at the problem cintroller eventually it will fix itself. And it also seems to indicate that the week sataa chip was bad, but later chips are fine. Tue Mar 07, 4: Worked a treat as well!! It’s these secondary on-board PCI-based controllers that seem to have the problems.
It does look good, doesn’t it? There is a jumper on it named CN5. So I tried a 2. Welcome to the most active Linux Forum on the web. Having a problem logging in?