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    Exclamation VIA PCMCIA Driver (Laptops & PC's) - Problem Solved !

    hi,

    all those people having problems with via chipset driver problems (pc/lappy freezing), download this folder. This is all you need to fix problems. works 100% of the time for me (took ages to get it right)

    If you have already installed the drivers, you will have to uninstall them all (including system32 folder, recycle bin etc)

    download this:http://www.megaupload.com/?d=WYRRNIZW

    I have deleted the original viamraid.sys files and replaced them with uniata.sys file (renaming it viamraid.sys)

    unrar it, place on desktop.

    Install viachipset pcmcia card, it will say "found new hardware", manually install drivers.

    point the installation to desktop and open folder-> driverdisk->raid->winxp->viamraid.sys

    then it will ask again, now point it to Viaraid->driver->winxp->viamraid.sys

    installation done. There should be no more problems with freezing or installing/uninstalling for different drives.

    (you will get uniata controller wanting to install everytime you boot up, just cancel it, it will not affect flashing with JF)

    its a pain but worth the hassle.

    dale

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    Re: Viachipset PCMCIA card driver problems

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    Re: Viachipset PCMCIA card driver problems

    Also check out the laptop guide that was started by cabiagio ages ago this also has a detailed explanation of other methods. Also it mentions how to install uniata in more than one way. I couldn't find any uniata files in that file either, have you already changed the file names?
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    Re: Viachipset PCMCIA card driver problems

    Quote Originally Posted by 192_26 View Post
    Also check out the laptop guide that was started by cabiagio ages ago this also has a detailed explanation of other methods. Also it mentions how to install uniata in more than one way. I couldn't find any uniata files in that file either, have you already changed the file names?
    hi,

    Ive already changed them so people dont do it wrong. Normal viamraid drivers are only 78kb but the uniata drivers are 128kb

    Ive done the leg work, all you need to do is install.

    Can I also state that this will work for PC cards aswell with via chipsets


    dale
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    Re: VIA PCMCIA Driver (Laptops) - Problem Solved !

    NICE, wish this came out bout a yar ago, could never get it too work on my lappie, well without freezing anyways.

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    Re: VIA PCMCIA Driver (Laptops & PC's) - Problem Solved !

    Quote Originally Posted by daleh43 View Post
    hi,

    all those people having problems with via chipset driver problems (pc/lappy freezing), download this folder. This is all you need to fix problems. works 100% of the time for me (took ages to get it right)

    If you have already installed the drivers, you will have to uninstall them all (including system32 folder, recycle bin etc)

    download this:http://www.megaupload.com/?d=WYRRNIZW

    I have deleted the original viamraid.sys files and replaced them with uniata.sys file (renaming it viamraid.sys)

    unrar it, place on desktop.

    Install viachipset pcmcia card, it will say "found new hardware", manually install drivers.

    point the installation to desktop and open folder-> driverdisk->raid->winxp->viamraid.sys

    then it will ask again, now point it to Viaraid->driver->winxp->viamraid.sys

    installation done. There should be no more problems with freezing or installing/uninstalling for different drives.

    (you will get uniata controller wanting to install everytime you boot up, just cancel it, it will not affect flashing with JF)

    its a pain but worth the hassle.

    dale:)

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    hoping for a little clarification, if possible?

    the first install from driverdisk>raid>winxp offers a single choice of driver for

    • VIA VT6421 RAID Controller


    but the second install from viaraid>driver>winxp offers a choice of three:


    • VIA SATA RAID Controller
    • VIA VT6410 RAID Controller
    • VIA VT6421 RAID Controller


    obviously, I chose the VT6421, to match the first install, but I'm wondering if that was correct because my device list now shows two VIA RAID Controllers, and the second one has a yellow exclamation mark next to it all the time?!

    otherwise, thanks for your efforts:)

    I'm using a Serial ATA PCMCIA with 2 SATA ports VIA VT6421A in an XP laptop as recommended here.

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    Re: VIA PCMCIA Driver (Laptops & PC's) - Problem Solved !

    Quote Originally Posted by aaousr View Post
    hoping for a little clarification, if possible?

    the first install from driverdisk>raid>winxp offers a single choice of driver for

    • VIA VT6421 RAID Controller


    but the second install from viaraid>driver>winxp offers a choice of three:


    • VIA SATA RAID Controller
    • VIA VT6410 RAID Controller
    • VIA VT6421 RAID Controller


    obviously, I chose the VT6421, to match the first install, but I'm wondering if that was correct because my device list now shows two VIA RAID Controllers, and the second one has a yellow exclamation mark next to it all the time?!

    otherwise, thanks for your efforts

    I'm using a Serial ATA PCMCIA with 2 SATA ports VIA VT6421A in an XP laptop as recommended here.

    hi,

    sent you a PM

    dale

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    Exclamation Re: VIA PCMCIA Driver (Laptops) - Problem Solved !

    Hey I have VIA 6421A PCMCIA card and I installed your drivers but Jungle flasher won't detect my dvd drives (Tried BenQ and Hitachi). It shows as Via 6421 in jungle flsher but when I connect a DVD drive it won't do anything. I have a Compaq Presario V2410US. Been here all week trying to resolve the problem.

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    Re: VIA PCMCIA Driver (Laptops) - Problem Solved !

    Quote Originally Posted by Darkro View Post
    Hey I have VIA 6421A PCMCIA card and I installed your drivers but Jungle flasher won't detect my dvd drives (Tried BenQ and Hitachi). It shows as Via 6421 in jungle flsher but when I connect a DVD drive it won't do anything. I have a Compaq Presario V2410US. Been here all week trying to resolve the problem.

    32 or 64 bit? there is a tut for 64 bit. if you have followed the guide in the link you posted.
    are these drives stock? are you using a lite or a pro? do a device intro once connected to see flash chip properties, then drive should show up. a little more info would be nice.

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    Re: VIA PCMCIA Driver (Laptops) - Problem Solved !

    Quote Originally Posted by barelynotlegal View Post
    32 or 64 bit? there is a tut for 64 bit. if you have followed the guide in the link you posted.
    are these drives stock? are you using a lite or a pro? do a device intro once connected to see flash chip properties, then drive should show up. a little more info would be nice.
    It's 32 bit, I bought it off ebay and it said it worked fine for xbox 360.
    What is this about lite or pro and device intro?
    Also I istalled the drivers and portio32 file, Is that all I need for my card to read the DVD?

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    Re: VIA PCMCIA Driver (Laptops) - Problem Solved !

    these are connect kits, you need one to flash drives, ect...

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    Re: VIA PCMCIA Driver (Laptops) - Problem Solved !

    Quote Originally Posted by barelynotlegal View Post
    these are connect kits, you need one to flash drives, ect...
    But I can power the DVD from the xbox 360 itself right?

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    Re: VIA PCMCIA Driver (Laptops) - Problem Solved !

    Yep

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    Re: VIA PCMCIA Driver (Laptops) - Problem Solved !

    thanks works just fine on windows 7 just pointed the drivers to Viaraid->driver->winxp->viamraid.sys using manual method and it asked to reboot the computer after that all was well...

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    Re: VIA PCMCIA Driver (Laptops) - Problem Solved !

    I would like this to work. I bought this pcmcia card http://www.consolesource.com/ecomm/c...60-p-3026.html I guess that it is 6421.

    For the install I browsed to the folder driverdisk->raid->winxp. I got the message that it did not find a driver.

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    Re: VIA PCMCIA Driver (Laptops) - Problem Solved !

    After a reboot the first driver was installed. I still cannot install the second driver. Should the second be named viamraid.sys? It is asking for uniata driver for the SCSI part of the pcmcia card.

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    Re: VIA PCMCIA Driver (Laptops) - Problem Solved !

    Quote Originally Posted by Arch Feline View Post
    After a reboot the first driver was installed. I still cannot install the second driver. Should the second be named viamraid.sys? It is asking for uniata driver for the SCSI part of the pcmcia card.
    hi,

    I take it you mean the uniata net services blah blah scsi ? If it is just cancel it, it wont affect your flashing.
    Just check to see if it says .39j in the driver properties

    dale

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    Re: VIA PCMCIA Driver (Laptops) - Problem Solved !

    I ignored SCSI one but I installed the second driver to the via controller. I verified my key but I cannot get the drive into vendor mode through the vendor intro routine of MTKflash.

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    Re: VIA PCMCIA Driver (Laptops) - Problem Solved !

    Quote Originally Posted by Arch Feline View Post
    I ignored SCSI one but I installed the second driver to the via controller. I verified my key but I cannot get the drive into vendor mode through the vendor intro routine of MTKflash.

    hi,

    if your not sure if youve done it correctly or if you need help installing it, just pm me. I can take control of your pc/laptop with teamviewer and do it right for you. (you'll have to download it, just google teamviewer 5 and install it as private user)

    dale

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    Re: VIA PCMCIA Driver (Laptops) - Problem Solved !

    Hey all i'm looking for is the VIA PCMCIA Driver for my laptop.

    Now I have Hp Pavilion Dv7 64 bit OS
    I got a Liteon DG16D2S 74850C

    I have an eSATA port, this 15 pin female side dunno what that is all i see is this picture |[ ]|
    got hdmi port and usb ports

    I'm lookin for the sata card that i need to flash my xbox also do i need the adapter or does that come with it?
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