Can you let me know when you have a new version of the package scheduled? Hello Andreas, Awesome work here. Please enter a title. I would try to re-enable it to see if disks show up, but unfortunately without it disabled I get a PSOD on boot… It seems I’m stuck on both ways! My motherboard has a that wasn’t working and I needed the missing ports, so I bought a based PCI add-on card and it’s displaying the same symptoms Storage adapter is recognized, but no devices are visible with VT-D enabled in ESXi 5.
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The controller will show up on ESXI 5. Hi Szabocls, you can install my sata-xahci package to make qhci controller visible to ESXi, but a bug in the Marvell controller’s firmware will lead to the attached disks not being accessible unless you disable VT-d in the server’s BIOS see issue no.
They are old and it is time to get the new and it can be done affordably. Thanks so much for your work in getting this working and helping everyone with issues they are having.
Hi people, I contacted Asrock and explained the issue to them. Andreas Peetz November 13, at 7: I just double checked, that is correct.
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You can not post a blank message. Initialization of ahci succeeded with module ID And then you could also directly install 5. Trak January 10, at 5: Just adjust folders as necessary if you are running Vista or a 32 bit OS.
It’s a Class Follow him on Twitter to keep up to date with what he posts. Please, can you give me hint, where is problem. Any chance you can add 10de: You have to manually install the driver in device manager. Hi Rene, see my comment before.
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You can use aamd command line here to run regedit to edit the registry. This controller is supported out-of-the-box and was configure as [vmhba0] on your system.
The use of ad-blocking software hurts the site. On reboots, it got to the point where it is animating the windows logo annnnnd BSOD. Thank you, now I understand a bit more.
No AMD SATA AHCI drivers anymore?
Read below for Win 7 and Win 8. I do have this same problem. I remember having read somewhere else that there is a problem with passthrough not working if you have another SATA controller that also uses the ahci driver and is NOT configured for passthrough.
And some benchmarks under AHCI mode: Andreas Peetz March 22, at 6: I disabled the remapping and rebooted but it did not help me. I have not made it to change to AHCI mode yet. It is always the same driver that is loaded the generic ahci driver. VT-D is off in the Bios and the Bios does see the disk. Thank you for your efforts.
I have no idea why the disks attached to them do not show up. Hello Andreas, Awesome work here. Robert, it’s already included since version 1.