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Hard Drive not detected on Abit nf-m2 nview motherboard

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http://allegro.pl/areca-arc1110-4port-sata-raid-pci-x-71-111001-0013-i6140184212.html

 

i am stuck on Abit nf-m2 nview moyherboard.

I installes intel 100/1000 nic and now i can find my xpenology 1.02b.

but hard drives are not detected both ida and sata.

no ahci mode in bios found.

if i buy the above sata controller will xpenology work?

xpenology.me/compatibility sais all areca are supported by 6.1 ...

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I think this mobo uses the NVidia sata chipset, which may not be supported. You should try the enhanced extra.lzma file from @IG-88, I'm not sure if that contains the modules, but test it.

 

I'm also not sure if the Areca is supported, but you do not need an 'expensive' raid controller for xpe/dsm, a 'cheap' 4 port jbod card from syba (based on marvell chipset) will probably work fine

https://www.ebay.co.uk/i/191936337955?chn=ps&adgroupid=52137191441&rlsatarget=pla-380309530451&abcId=1129946&adtype=pla&merchantid=113084270&poi=&googleloc=9044936&device=c&campaignid=974961043&crdt=0

 

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the board seems to be mcp51 and that driver is not working

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_Nvidia_nForce_chipsets

 

according to my driver list arc11xx is supported but in this case i dont see how a pci-x controller (64bit) is going to work in a "normal" 32bit pci slot

at least unlikey that it will work in a 32bit slot

 

safe bet is a ahci controller because ahci is supported by the original kernel of synology

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