These are info that you now have access, they might help, whether you or even me don’t see anything useful in them. I actually have that image in my collection. More than that, this is the image you want to flash for controller, but a backup and a confirmation is always better. Luckily, the guys and girls from Station-Drivers had a 92xx firmware released for I will check if the flashing was done properly. Zitat I did all as you described in your last posting and it works so far.
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The Autoload has a section for subsystem ID. I have never updated the firmware and it appears to be a pretty old one: I do not dare running the update routine, seeing the tool cannot even read the current flash!
Kouwell, Marvell, or what kind of PCIe SATA controller
On a side note, I also would like to update the USB3 chip to the latest firmware. I hope you learned the hard way to always backup before flashing. The size is not that important, the first images had padding to fill the chip for programming use to not receive size warningswhile these ones are at the normal size for flasher.
More than conrroller, this is the image you want to flash for controller, but a backup and a confirmation is always better.
Zitat von lordkag im Beitrag RE: Is it included in the SATA firmware update? There is the delay at boot and controller detected in OS but no drives. Joined Mar 25, Messages 19, Thanks 1, So it seems those extra components in your images have no effect at all or are not getting loaded properly for some reason. There are only two flashers: Joined Sep 19, Messages Thanks What is the easiest way to achieve this and which tool to use?
It could be a Marvell thing or the indication that this relates to your bug. I will try to make new images marvelandthis time without the inner Firmware, which is useless either way on I wouldn’t take that screen as a representative sample. This post does not match the desired netiquette of the Forum. I will try your images and post back the results.
I tested the two new image versions you provided, but sadly neither of them made pice disks visible. Okay, got some progress! Many thanks for your answers in advance.
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The method I used to flash was the go. Since I don’t know which component is impending card functionality, I will try to go to lower firmware versions, with as few modifications as possible.
HolyK Ninja Turtle Moderator. The device manager of Windows 7 shows me always that hardware ID, whether I delete 1b4b: If anyone will upload a dump of his firmware, I can run that instead through my script. Thanks, I have used Gaudi’s package from this post. The command is “go -r”, it should work pcue you have a controller.