If there are no drives connected to it and you really want to eliminate the message, then it’s probably possible to go into the system’s BIOS configuration and disable the controller. I even have an extra hard drive in it. The standard boot sequence is the following: Where I can look for a exact device ID? Thanks to everyone who tried to help me.

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Controlleg drives, please wait. We’ve selected our favorite lenses for Canon DSLRs in several categories to make your decisions easier. Hello again, Yes, the sata cables do connect to the motherboard, the JMicron Controller referenced in your original post with the error message quote is the actual hardware circuit that manages the disk resources attached to your computer via those little sata cables.

Some of the products that appear on this site are from companies from which QuinStreet receives compensation. Let my try pcie-to-sataii/die explain once again: This is the desired sequence, but you may need to check to see how the actual cables were jmicrn, and many times it isn’t in this desired sequence.


Thank you very much Giorgio, it works like a charm! You can also find information at http: At any event, the message still appears. I’m afraid I’ll end up with NEW problems in addition to the existing one. Or sign in with one of these services. The Wacom Intuos Pro is a workflow-boosting machine. I really hate the thought of calling Gateway again.

The important thing is: You can read about it here:. Check page 12 and page 2.

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Posted May 6, I contacted Gateway again. Sorry about the lengthy post. Screen captures and descriptive information related to the Gateway FXe has been put into two documents:. Since your question was specific to the Gateway FX I just set up my new computer using the following components: One more important note.

I tried, well, every driver I have found here, but still nothing. I just knew that would solve the problem. Which combination of drivers will work for me? Constructive advices are welcome.


First of all, that message only relates to the eSATA interface s that are available on the rear of the computer chassis. Detecting Drives, please wait PCI utils reads this about Jmicron: The Nikon Z6 may not offer the incredible resolution of its sibling, the Z7, but its 24MP resolution is more than enough for most people, and the money saved can buy a lot of glass. Started Oct 28, Discussions.

1x eSATA + 1x SATA II + 2x IDE PCI Express Controller Adapter Card

I think your “error message” is just telling you in an odd way that it didn’t find any RAID configured drives on your system.

Even more confused now!! Turned the computer BACK on and there’s the same message! So, I’m back on the beginning. A lot of systems have extra disk ports to allow for expansion.