Here is the download for the V1. I installed the newest SI controller drivers, I believe they are raid driver not sure about sata but the drives are working fine. I plan to try and get NV drivers, if successful move raid to it. Our new article section – find out all you need to know with these easy to understand and helpful articles All worked before I upgraded to V11 and installed SP3 – not sure which caused the problem. Back Shortly Leave A Message. And check that you haven’t enabled Raid.
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– Silicon Image’s Pseudo Processor Device Drivers
Devicd above FAQ links open in a new window. Not to take away from anyone that is trying to help. Update the BIOS 1st that is the requirement. However, this seems that it would facilitate the process of us looking around for something that doesn’t exist, when the answers are available directly to you via the company that you purchased the product from.
I guess it doesn’t pay to use default settings. I was perusing the manual for this board and noticed that it has firewire support. Clicking on properties tells me nothing.
Asus A8n-sli deluxe and SI Pseudo Device SCSI Processor Device driver
Do you think deleting the si pseudo device scsi processor device in Device Manager is a good idea? If you already have the latest driver, try to reinstall it. This may be the problem device in device manager rather than the raid controller. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Update a driver for hardware that psdudo working properly PostScript printer drivers: How can I be notified when my favorite forums contain new threads?
I am using the silicon image raid controller, so I am not sure I want to turn it off. Coming soon — or new driver information forum Visit your motherboard vendor webpage and look dveice the latest driver. The beta worries me a little since it says socket and this is I didn’t want si pseudo device scsi processor device to turn off the raid controlleryou’e hard drives are connected to, but only the OPTIONS in the raid controller that you aren’t using.
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SI Pseudo Device SCSI Processor Device – device drivers
The results are in! This seems to be pointing to the silicon image raid controller. Sign up with Google. You may want to disable this in the bios under the advanced tab.
New Product Your technology certification is waiting. I was pretty sure it was the raid that was bringing up the message. Test your internet connection. Yes the first thing I did was update bios to and install newest SI drivers. Sparkmaker, thanks for finding that driver but it did not work. But nobody had an “this is the problem and solution” It is a xp64 problem, I si pseudo device scsi processor device xppro on it before with no problems.