Here’s a screenshot of the problem: But I won’t be buying an Intel machine in the near future Visit the following links: Tue Mar 07, 1: You’re assuming that drive-to-drive copying of significant size causes the problem. 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! Are you new to LinuxQuestions.
|Date Added:||26 January 2004|
|File Size:||40.42 Mb|
|Operating Systems:||Windows NT/2000/XP/2003/2003/7/8/10 MacOS 10/X|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Silicon Image PB3112SATA150 PCI to 2 – SATA Port RAID SATA Controller Card
Promise controllers are the same. Anyone have any idea? Now the install itself works fine with the exception of the drive format process taking an extra long time.
Mon Mar 06, 7: Tue Mar 07, Originally posted by I Well, this was an epic fail. If you’d like to contribute content, let us know. And it also seems to indicate that the week 52 chip was bad, but later chips are fine. Thanks for the help, i! Linux – Satta This forum is for Hardware issues.
Silicon Image PBSATA PCI to 2 – SATA Port RAID SATA Controller Card | eBay
Please visit this page to clear all LQ-related cookies. So it looks like even Intel isn’t immune.
Silicon Image SATA controller (3112a ver.1.21) causing interference w/ video capping?
Heh, except that even the guy in saata thread admits that when capping and copying between two drives using the Intel SATA controller, he still gets a few bad lines here and there.
But I won’t be buying an Intel machine in the near future Are you new to LinuxQuestions. I can’t believe I’m all alone here I’ve tried using the same FC2 kernel but it still didn’t work.
So this has me worried and sure enough the output from: Registration is quick, simple and absolutely free. I still don’t think it’s recognizing the device as when it booted with the 2. If I cap to the SATA drive on this controller, I get what looks like shifted lines from the same frame or perhaps previous frames.
The chip is the A model version 1.
Want to know if that peripheral is compatible with Linux? I bought a Centrino-based laptop a year ago. Has nothing to do with copying 10GB files or anything like that.