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Post Date: 05-04-2012 09:33 pm
 
SY-PEX15032 Drivers Not Recognized
sbrager
Join Date: 05-04-2012
Total Posts:3

Installed SY-PEX15032 on a Dell desktop with Win7 64bit. The drivers weren't recognized by Windows. I downloaded the latest drivers from the SYBA website. Any suggestions?

Thanks;

Stan

Post Date: 05-08-2012 05:21 pm
# 1
By TechMaster Join Date: 10-13-2011 Total Posts: 109

Hello Stan,

This all depends on the RAID setup. Which are you using?

Post Date: 05-08-2012 06:01 pm
# 2
By sbrager Join Date: 05-04-2012 Total Posts: 3

The SY-PEX15032 is a Pci-e serial port card.

Stan

Post Date: 07-18-2012 01:59 pm
# 3
By Al Join Date: 07-18-2012 Total Posts: 1

Stan did you ever get your problem resolved?  I am having the same problem with a Dell desktop.  Could you let me know what the resolution was if there was one?

 

Thanks

Al

Post Date: 07-18-2012 03:36 pm
# 4
By BFC Tech Join Date: 07-02-2012 Total Posts: 18
Posted by Al (07-18-2012 02:59 pm)

Stan did you ever get your problem resolved?  I am having the same problem with a Dell desktop.  Could you let me know what the resolution was if there was one?

 

Thanks

Al

Hey guys,

Besides the obvious, make sure you install the correct driver for your OS. Also, you may have to check Device Manager to see if there are any errors being displayed. If there, simply choose to update the driver manually using our sites drivers.

Post Date: 07-18-2012 10:36 pm
# 5
By sbrager Join Date: 05-04-2012 Total Posts: 3
Posted by BFC Tech (07-18-2012 04:36 pm)
Posted by Al (07-18-2012 02:59 pm)

Stan did you ever get your problem resolved?  I am having the same problem with a Dell desktop.  Could you let me know what the resolution was if there was one?

 

Thanks

Al

Hey guys,

Besides the obvious, make sure you install the correct driver for your OS. Also, you may have to check Device Manager to see if there are any errors being displayed. If there, simply choose to update the driver manually using our sites drivers.

I used the Win7 driver for our Win7 Dell, but it simply does not work. The documentation says that the device will work on Win7. the drivers on the Sybausa site date from 2010 and may not, in fact, support Win7 64bit.

Does Sybausa have any tech support people who can provide assurances that the product does function properly on Win7?

Stan

Post Date: 10-23-2012 03:34 pm
# 6
By john kou Join Date: 07-22-2010 Total Posts: 113
Posted by sbrager (07-18-2012 11:36 pm)
Posted by BFC Tech (07-18-2012 04:36 pm)
Posted by Al (07-18-2012 02:59 pm)
...

Hey guys,

Besides the obvious, make sure you install the correct driver for your OS. Also, you may have to check Device Manager to see if there are any errors being displayed. If there, simply choose to update the driver manually using our sites drivers.

I used the Win7 driver for our Win7 Dell, but it simply does not work. The documentation says that the device will work on Win7. the drivers on the Sybausa site date from 2010 and may not, in fact, support Win7 64bit.

Does Sybausa have any tech support people who can provide assurances that the product does function properly on Win7?

Stan

Just finished installing a card on a Windows 7 64bit version system. Detected ok. Works. Confirmed.

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