I guess lan parties and gamers rule now, not hardcore enthusiast with massive tower cases and tons of Hard drives and burners to play with. To enable eSATA port, change all jumpers to be down, shorting pin 1 to pin 2 on all 4 jumpers. There is one exception: From Promise product website: There are 2 jumper blocks J1 and J2 with a pair of jumpers in each block. I ended up trading that board back in and got a Nforce 4 with a Dual core that still works fine except for the extra memory slots being picky.
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My CD doesnt contain any manual only drivers ive looked at the enitre CD. Does have a manual that explains how to set the jumpers? This card is available from a number of sellers. Just tell me to STFU. From Promise product website: Seems, this was improved with the new version. This is what it looks like: If it came with a software CD, look for a manual on the CD.
I own the onboard version of its predecessor Sata II It is hard to find cards that properly support optical drives, and everyone is getting rid of IDE support: I may give it a try later when work picks up again. My B works nicely there, but the Pata part had issues with optical drives.
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There is one exception: 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. There is a picture of the jumper settings with instructions http: Yeah lots of places sell it but the manual is always pcci CD and never online.
VIA site is offering driver 5. I hope this helps.
I finally tried my new NEC and the h62l togther and they seem to both burn and play nice. Initially from the factory all jumpers are set to connect pin 2 to pin 3 – vla up. It came with no manual. I can only use 1 of the internal SATA ports and im sure the jumpers enable the other ports.
To enable eSATA port, change all jumpers to be down, shorting pin 1 to pin 2 on all 4 jumpers. I guess lan parties and gamers rule now, not hardcore enthusiast with massive tower cases and tons of Hard drives and burners to play with. I did find out voa top SATA and the external port are shared and that was what the jumper was supposed to be for, enabling the port you wanted to use and disabling the extra one.
The instructions are kind of bizarre – they want you to infibulate the jumper onto the pins but the picture makes it clearer hope this helps. IF there is none, look for another seller or website where a manual is available for download.
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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. It had pretty much everything I might ever need 621a large quantities. There are 2 jumper blocks J1 and J2 with a pair of jumpers in each block. I ended up trading that board back in and got a Nforce 4 with a Dual core that still works fine except for the extra memory slots being picky.