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Tue Mar 07, 1: Are you new to LinuxQuestions. What motherboard do you have? Tue Mar 07, They never seem to work right.

Silicon Image PB3112SATA150 PCI to 2 – SATA Port RAID SATA Controller Card

Well I knew I was not making this up. Originally posted by Deffexor: All times are GMT Here’s a screenshot of the problem: Mon Mar 06, Join our community vontroller

Find More Posts by Tekerz. Jan 30, Posts: Man, thanks, you made me hungry. Throw enough money at the problem and eventually it will fix itself.

Anyway, I’ll take a look at those links tomorrow. Want to know if that peripheral is compatible with Linux? Sign up using Facebook. But I’m guessing they don’t really care. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.



I will drop them in an envelope and send them out tomorrow. There is a jumper on it named CN5. Sata Si A not detected by red hat linux. Worked a treat as well!!

Silicon Image SATA controller (3112a ver.1.21) causing interference w/ video capping?

Let me see if I still have the extra parts lying around. I found this thread: The lines happen with the SATA controller regardless of the codec.

I can’t believe I’m all alone here Well, this was an epic fail. So has anyone of you guys ever noticed this special behavior of a controller card with a SATALink chipset? Originally posted by I Well, I support Intel where I can. I’m still testing this machine.

It sounds like the problem is a sort of PCI bus contention. Super User works best with JavaScript enabled.