The hang does not occur if the option ROM is skipped by setting 0xdf, so I use 0xa1 to be closer to what Linux does, although I notice no other differences between 0xf1 and 0xa1. I’ve done it in the past with no hassle. Or is there any trick? I tried modifying the option ROM to also configure register 0x to this value, but had many problems booting. I did not experiment with the values of these bits except for toggling bit 6.
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My Dad bought an SSD for his computer, its quite old so the idea was to speed it up quite a bit. I had some help from the option ROM release noteswhich gave some hints as to what the PCI config registers do or at least, supposed to do after being interpreted jmicron jmb363 sata-ii raid controller the option ROM. They certainly appear to be the same, I have replaced the orom inside the bios of the R3E and the device is now running in AHCI mode.
I want to boot an ide hd from a jmb card.
I did have some issues with the card being seated properly in the PCIe slot. Sign In or Sign Up.
The hang does not occur if the option ROM is skipped by setting 0xdf, so I use 0xa1 mjicron be closer to what Linux does, although I notice no other differences between 0xf1 and 0xa1. I speculate its purpose is to disable the option ROM, allowing the main Jmicron jmb363 sata-ii raid controller to set up the rest of the device configuration without interference.
I also used pcicfg in DOS to check the card was detected.
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Only modifying register jmicton Duufus, Jmicron jmb363 sata-ii raid controller had in the past this card: Create an account on Neowin to contribute and support the site. Linux sets register 0x41 to 0xa1, while the option ROM will set it to 0xf1 or 0x Posted October 21, Register Function 43 Defaults to 0x I tried modifying the option ROM to also configure register 0x rald this value, but had many problems booting.
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Option ROM not enabled by setting df, so the disks are not bootable. Can you work that changes at latest bios ver 1.
Hot-plugging the PCIe card never worked for me. Here is the link: In no case did setting 0xdf cause the JMB jmicron jmb363 sata-ii raid controller become a multi-function device. Please work with the latest bios and share it. Yup, shouldn’t be a problem at all. The release notes hints at the existence of a newer 1.
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Email will not be published required. 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…. Which can be found here: Sign up for a new account in our community. What am I missing? Brilliant – thanks for the advice jmicrln