Hi Gpower, I’m having the same issues you are describing here. Sorry this didn’t help. Rakesh Narayanaswamy Replied on January 21, Press Windows and X key together and select Control Panel. It is best if you post your query in the TechNet forum as t he issue that you are facing is more complex than what is typically answered in the Microsoft Answers forums. In reply to Rakesh Narayanaswamy’s post on January 15, I have to say that the external Add on card is recognized by the Device Manager as a correctly working device.
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The problem begins when I connect any eSata device on it. This may also occur if your USB controllers may have become unstable or corrupt. Nothing on the Silicon Image or StarTech for my adapter websites.
If yes, do you have a link please?
Please let me know if you could solve sil132. In reply to Gpower2’s post on January 17, The SIL card is detected ok, but when the HDD is accessed the system is getting very slow and it looks like swta problems.
This behavior reminded me of a driver issue I had with my old motherboard and its Marvell SATA controller when I had first upgraded to Windows 8 from Windows 7, and I had managed to solve it by using newest drivers. It seems that Windows can’t communicate correctly via the add on card to the devices that are plugged in.
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Please try to download the Windows 10 compatible drivers for those devices from the device manufacturer website motherboard, hard drive, chipset.
PCI Express, PCIe, Serial ATA, eSATA
Hi Victor, Unfortunately I didn’t manage to solve the issue with the drivers. All kinds of 9 and 11 events relating si in Event Viewer.
Tell us about your experience with our site. Did you manage to solve it? In reply to Rakesh Narayanaswamy’s post on January 15, I’ve made numerous restarts and replugs of the devices, but the problem insists. I suggest you unplug and replug the e-sata connectors and restart the computer and check if it helps. IT Professionals on TechNet Forums are well equipped and will assist you better in resolving the issue you are facing with.
Unfortunately I didn’t manage to solve the issue with the drivers.
Silicon Image si eSATA controller installation – Storage
Let us know the status of the issue. Rakesh Narayanaswamy Replied on January 21, In reply to Rakesh Narayanaswamy’s post on January 16, I used the WPT and got this file: I know MS did not sign a later driver as I am using the same version you mentioned above.
So, I would suggest you to try the following steps and check if the issue persists. I’ve uploaded a WPT log file, following the steps described here: We suggest you to update all the BIOS and Motherboard chipset drivers and check if it helps to resolve the issue.
Run the Hardware and Devices troubleshooter and check if it helps. So, I came here to ask these: Hi Gpower2, I realise this question has been quite some time underway, but I wanted to know if you sil332 came across a solution? I also need to report that I have my motherboard’s most recent Sol3132 version F5 and all newest drivers for the rest of the hardware which is mostly brand newincluding Intel’s chipset and Rapid Storage.
We will assist you. I have given up. Unfortunately, there are no newer drivers for Sil from Silicon Image. Thanks for your continuous support.