So, yes, it does appear under ‘Storage Controllers’. You just want to know if the card is installed and works. I’m curious if you looked in your device manager before posting this? New 31 May 9. Maybe you do if you connect an old optical drive or something.
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I’m curious if you looked in your device manager before posting this?
Asmedia ASMx Sata 6G controller Drivers Version WHQL
You could be referring to an external hard drive in it’s own case, or an actual external enclosure- one that allows you to connect multiple hard drives. About Us Windows 10 Forums is an independent web site and has not been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Microsoft Corporation. New 31 May 5.
Thanks for the help. Now, of course, it is SATA 3. New 30 May 1.
New 31 May 2. I will disassemble the thing and do as zsm106x suggest. Maybe you do if you connect an old optical drive or something. I’m not clear on what this is. Asus P9X70 Pro Memory: Last edited by jameswesthead; 30 May at New 31 May 8. New 31 May 6.
Many Thanks I feel rather embarassed. New 31 May 3. It would be best to simplify your setup to test the card. You just want to know if the card is installed and works. I have an older desktop with a P6T motherboard, running the same version of Windows New 31 May 4.
I think it just has to do with the chipset architecture. No errors are shown.
Could be just a cable. W10 Home CPU: Now on to figuring out what’s up with that external drive. If I techhnology a USB-2 connection instead, the drive is recognised.
The time now is My Computer Computer Type: Asmefia Obsidian Series D Cooling: So, yes, it does appear under ‘Storage Controllers’. Even More embarassed but grateful Thanks Guys. I have connected an external hard drive which is in a SATA supporting enclosure to one of its sockets, but the hard drive is not recognised by my system.
Asmedia ASM106x SATA Host Controller Driver
Any suggestions would be appreciated – ultimately, if I can get the thing to work at all, I want to connect a SATA SSD to one of the internal connectors on the expansion card. When I downloaded the new driver and its documentation, I didn’t check that particular bit of the document, and so didn’t see the change.