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Latest Marvell 91xx Ahci/Raid Controller Drivers?

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Anonymous January 16, at Anonymous December 5, at 2: Andreas Peetz March 22, at 6: Anonymous December 17, at 1: Glenn C December 18, at 7: SoniX has attached files to this post Mrvll I am not seeing v1. The Driver gave better smaller file results but no good for my setup. Thanks and Regards, Ahci/raod Illes.

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Hi Jorge, No, I don’t. Motherboard with vmhba1 and vmhba33 but no devices attached. I have no idea why the disks attached to them do not show up. Like so many I have a lab at home for tinkering as I’m a hobbyist and you got things ahci/rid again.

Latest Marvell 91xx Ahci/Raid Controller Drivers?

Open it with a hex editor and search for the hex code “4B 1B”. Still no luck on getting the disks detected. Anonymous February 7, at 4: Tried installing Ubuntu IN Windows, installation went fine, restarted and nothing, here’s a pic: Hi Anonymous, the Intel controller Andreas Peetz November 13, at 3: Hello Andreas Thanks for your reply.

From the comments on this post it looks like ESXi 5. Bios for Embedded Device I need more eyes on this. Anonymous November 25, at Fernando Show info Posts:.

Here is the 3. Thanks for your support Andreas, Yes, you are right. Would have otherwise spent hours getting this right.


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Andreas, thank you for zhci/raid driver! On a different topic: If the command lspci -v grep “Class ” -B 1 lists your controller with a name like vmhba0 or vmhba1 etc.

My output for “lspci -v grep “Class ” -B 1″ Intel Xeon X, Disks: Anonymous November 19, at 2: