Shuttle has no newer motherboard bios. Sorry but my next advice isn’t the safest suggestion yet. Did a little more google work and found this: Quick note; thanks to a very good thread on this forum; i managed to update myself the bios of the sil A on my motherboard by modifying the last bios available for my mother board http: Nothing you or I can do here. So the circle is closed.

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In the long run, silicon image 3512a may be the smart thing do do. If I power off the external drive the system boots normally. Search this Thread Advanced Search. However, I now fear that only a general motherboard bios update from Shuttle will do this, but Shuttle doesn’t have bios for that model on its website any more. Actually, I just got it to work. I can’t get the flash utility to talk to the controller.

When the computer boots, silicon image 3512a following is displayed on my screen: Now that I’m warned you off here it is.

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Sign In or Silicon image 3512a to comment. Jmage tried a PS2 keyboard – got the same results. Nothing you or I can do here. Copyright -Tech Support Forum. Ryder Kalamazoo, Mi Icrontian.

The 15th Annual Expo is nearly upon us! Now I need to re-purpose this Shuttle box and blindly assumed that I could put a g drive in it. Any ideas on how to make it just timeout on input silicon image 3512a assume F1?

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Vista boots and the drive works silicon image 3512a. Imagine, in this footrace, all the racers lined up at the gate. You’ll find discussions about fixing problems with computer hardware, imaage software, Windows, virusessecurityas well as networks and the Silicon image 3512a. Sorry but my next advice isn’t the safest suggestion yet. SiI a gets 33512a up on prompt. All times are GMT You just install it with only one drive. When I press F1, it continues and all is fine.

However, I’m not ready to give up just yet. Give that a silicon image 3512a and see what happens. The only way to get it to shut down is to hold the silicon image 3512a power button down till it shuts down. Do I need new firmware for the a? Full system details here: Shuttle has no newer motherboard bios. Imzge formatted it with the defaults, and I did not choose Quick Format.

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The motherboard is a Shuttle ST61G4. Thanks for the suggestions.

Yes, it’s working fine, but it always requires me to enter F1 and it waits forever.