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    SATA Drivers for NF7-S v2

    The ones on thw abit site are the old ones and are not recomended for the new sata bios that gets installed when you flash the mobo bios.

    so any one got direct links ?



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    Have done m8...don't you think thats the first place i went.....which one do i go for ??? their site is not set out nice at all....



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    here

    drat, must be session based or something.

    Type 3112 into product search & support box (bottom left).
    Last edited by BUFF; 02-05-2004 at 01:25 PM.

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    the site is set out fantastic, they have a huge support database it's probably the best site i've ever used when finding drivers and getting help on how to install them and flash my sata3112 bios :|

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    Take it the sata chip is the 3112 then ?



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    You cant flash the BIOS independent of flashing the mainboard BIOS. The abit drivers for the Sil 3112 are old, oh and dont use the latest (10.0.47) the ones to use are 10.0.40.

    There are various 'hacked' BIOS's out there with later Sil 3112 BIOS's embedded however the risk is yours if you want to try them.

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    yes you can flash the bios independant of the motherboard bios, the drivers to use are the .28's

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    Please provide linkage on flashing the bios independently because afaik it wasn't possible.

    Is it a tricky procedure or something?

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    I don't know, never done it, but there's a flash utility on the silicon image website.

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    Just had a look and my first reply is correct, you cannot flash the Sil BIOS independent of the motherboard BIOS.

    The flasher utility is just for standalone PCI SATA Raid cards.

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    Hands up then i was wrong, i do know that the .28 has proven to be the most reliable bios.

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    Here you go: http://forums.hexus.net/showthread.php?t=18775

    Ask kez nicely and he may integrate a sil bios of your choice in the mb bios.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rabs
    Here you go: http://forums.hexus.net/showthread.php?t=18775

    Ask kez nicely and he may integrate a sil bios of your choice in the mb bios.
    Wayhey!

    And no, you can't flash the sata bios independant of the mb bios unless it's on an expansion card. An mb manufacturer sticks it all on the same chip and you have to reprogram the whole chip each time you update it - hence the method I used in my thread.
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