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However, you may have problems with your system going to sleep after you install this card.

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Installing the card was a simple as removing one screw and a backplate behind a PCI slot, popping the card into place, and then attaching the IDE cables. Most hard disks have the proper jumper settings iconized on them anymore; if SIIG UltraATA 133 PCI, go to the hard disk manufacturer's website and get the settings for your hard disks. Then, be sure you connect the colored end of the IDE cable blue or green to the controller card, the next connector up to the Slave drive, and the one on the end to the Master.

Trying to place a second one beside the factory original and filling it with two hard disks SIIG UltraATA 133 PCI the QuickSilver's side door from closing.

The power connector to the motherboard impacts the highest hard drive. The only way I SIIG UltraATA 133 PCI see to mount four hard disks, then, was to put two in the original factory SIIG UltraATA 133 PCI and one each on the two floor spots reserved for SCSI drives. A 24 inch cable worked to hook up the two drive stack to IDE 2, and a smaller 18 inch cable probably would have worked, though I'm not totally sure of that.

Once I had the drives hooked up, on the first boot, the Mac displayed a folder with a flashing question mark as it hunted for the start-up volume.


Sometime within about 30 seconds, it found it and booted up into Panther. My start-up drive runs Panther SIIG UltraATA 133 PCI OS 9 on one partition and Jaguar on another. Once there, I entered System Preferences, re-selected Panther as the start-up volume, and rebooted. On this and SIIG UltraATA 133 PCI subsequent starts, the Mac booted right into the start-up volume without hunting.

That's when I noticed something totally unexpected. In Panther's Finder, every volume except the start-up volume now had an "Eject" icon next to it. Just for grins, I clicked on one of the icons and, sure enough, Panther unmounted the disk. The good news is that a reboot recovered it. Booting into Jaguar confirmed that Jaguar also exhibited the same behavior.

This is not catastrophic since I suspect if you're actively using the disk, OS X will not let you eject it. Still, I found it a bit disconcerting and later confirmed that the problem is realate to this acard by using the Sonnet card SIIG UltraATA 133 PCI this machine. Supposedly, this card overcomes the large hard disk restriction of earlier ATA interfaces.

I say "supposedly" because when I tried SIIG UltraATA 133 PCI test this card in my dual 1.

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I'm not sure whether the card has a problem with GB hard drives, only that GB hard drive, or with the firmware in the PowerMac. Since I don't have another Mac to test in or time to SIIG UltraATA 133 PCI a GB SIIG UltraATA 133 PCI disk to my QuickSilver for testing, I'd say be cautious with this card. I do believe it has worked for other folks, though, so maybe I've got some kind of problem with mine.

Search Google before buying the card just to be on the safe side.

So far, the card has operated my Quicksilver PowerMac flawlessly. Have I gained any speed? Well, since the only way I can judge it is qualitatively, I'd have to say "maybe".


In any case, I do have 4 hard disks in the machine, now. Visit the following links: If you have any SIIG UltraATA 133 PCI with the registration process or your account login, please contact us. If you need to reset your password, click here.


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