Unfortunately, the file is quite different. Final configuration PATA not enabled because turning it on causes a hang during boot. I tried modifying the option ROM to also configure register 0x to this value, but had many problems booting. Do i need to fix a checksum value as well? I have been using it for some time. Option ROM sets this to either 0xf1 or 0x Return to Supported Hardware.
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Sorry, forgot to update CRC. Is it a Samsung one? Now I found a big problem in win 8. The only jm36d, which may jmicroj, are JMicron and the generic MS ones. Then I delete the device. I also used pcicfg in DOS to check the card was detected. I have a similar card to add support for PATA drives.
Unfortunately, I do not know enough about hex editing to find where to patch.
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Can we get an update for firmware v1. I have two HDD conect. They will not work. This seems to put the controller in AHCI mode. Intel Core i5 K, Disk Drives: Unfortunately, the file is quite different.
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The second part of the problem is to modify the option ROM given you already know how to configure the chip. Can you work that changes at latest bios ver 1.
There were problems with OSX with the first patch which is why jmcron second one exists. If things are the same, please try the following: Somehow the technician who build my computer just installed everything that came with the support cd that I had to uninstall some items not needed or deemed useless which brought my attention to this JMicron item.
I think what you want is to change b1 02 to b1 Trying to do that in the option ROM causes a several-minute hang during boot when loading the option ROM again, seemingly waiting for a disk and giving upeven when a PATA disk is jmidron.
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You get them this way: You might try looking through the Linux kernel sources to see if the driver for the 88SE gives any clues as to how the chip works…. Thanks for the answer.
Use Question Form mmicron as ” Why? It may help immediately. Zitat And if I try other driver like Nvidia? The situation is in stall. Can I try with others driver or is only a waste of time?
Register Function 43 Defaults to 0x It would be great if you can test it. Do i need to fix a checksum value as well? It seems the driver is not really the one available in the Driver Zone It seems the controller provides the status of the same one hard disk for both ports. Given my limited abilities to understand hex, I cannot locate where to apply the changes to.
I want to create an AHCI patched verson of 1. Thank you for your time. Zitat von maxbox im Beitrag 11 An explanation: