If the documentation is missing or no link supplied it's just some odd card that no one can read up on.
Seems there's a lot of those out there.
Got a link?
I needed an extra sata socket and was advised to install a sata/IDE controller card. I bought one from Newegg and installed it. The card I installed is as follows: "SYBA SD-PEX-JM1A2E PCI Express SATA / IDE RAID Controller Card". Well, I DID get the 2 extra SATA sockets I was looking for, BUT, I now get the following message at boot up: "If you want to install Linux default partition RAID driver please do not use OPROM creation operation!" The message is written in YELLOW no less. It then prompts me to hit F1 to continue, or F2 to enter the configuration utility. I hit F1 and the computer goes to Windows and seems to open normally, albeit perhaps a bit more slowly.
I'm running Windows XP SP2, through a pentium 4 processor in a Dell Dimension 4700. My RAM is a little light at 1.5 GB, but that's never been a problem.
Anyone got an idea what this is all about, or if there is some sort of incepient problem? Is there any action I should take?
The only problem thus far is the inconvenience of having to hit F1 every time I boot up; that and not knowing whats going on.