troubleshooting using esata pcmcia card

Discussion in 'Dell' started by Snoop, Jul 27, 2006.

  1. Snoop

    Snoop Guest

    Hi all,
    I recently bought an enclosure for my external drive which support esata
    connection. The next step was to add esata ports on my inspiron 6000. I
    bought vantec ugt-350CB which looks very nice but... doesn't work
    properly : code 10 problem (using windows xp sp2), "there was a problem
    during the installation..."
    In the device manager, the card appears under "Scsi and Raid" (not under
    Pcmcia like I expected), and is named Silicon Image SiI 3512 SATALink
    controller. The icon shows an "!" of course...

    Can anyone help me ?

    Many thx
    Snoop, Jul 27, 2006
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    Tom Scales Guest

    Either it can't get resources or you don't have the driver properly
    installed. It's showing up in the right place. I'd see if there were later
    drives available. I'd also disable anything I can in the BIOS to free up

    Tom Scales, Jul 27, 2006
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  3. Snoop

    Snoop Guest

    Well, I've got the latest drivers, and in the bios (A09), anything
    relates with pcmcia... I'll try to disable minipci to see if it does
    Snoop, Jul 28, 2006
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    Snoop Guest

    As I thought, desabling minipci didn't do anything. I changed the bios
    to a previous version : nothing new. I even reinstalled win xp : nothing.
    I ran dell diagnostic utility and found that about the pc card :

    Pc Card Power : Not active
    Disable/Resum Restdrv : Not active
    Automatic Power Swich : Disabled
    Pc Card Power : Disabled
    Card Status Changed Interrupt : Disabled

    I think that if there is a way to enable the pc card power, this may
    resolve my problem.

    Does anyone know how ?
    Snoop, Jul 31, 2006
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    S.Lewis Guest

    Have you visited the system BIOS to be sure that any PCI/cardbus options are
    enabled/not disabled?
    S.Lewis, Jul 31, 2006
  6. Snoop

    Snoop Guest

    Unfortunately, I am really sure, unless I am dumb.
    For onboard devices, I can only manage Lan, MiniPCi (wireless car), and
    It's too bad there's anything about PCMCIA
    Snoop, Jul 31, 2006
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