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Windows 7: JMicronŽ JMB363 PATA and SATA controller

19 Mar 2010   #1

Windows 7 Professional 64
JMicronŽ JMB363 PATA and SATA controller

Here is the direct ftp link to JMicronŽ JMB36x PATA and SATA controller drivers:

Newest version is dated 3/8/2010 version 1.17.55 WHQL

Changes since last years release:

R1.17.55WHQL (02/24/2010)

- Fix issue:
a. Gigabyte JMB36X External HD recognization problem.

R1.17.54WHQL (01/18/2010)

- Fix issue:
a. Specific External HDD Box may get disappear and appear again when plug HDD with another port.
- Caused by the External Box may get re-link with this case.
- Modify driver to just re-initialize the disk with this case.
b. Some PMP device may be identified as HDD on specific platforms.
- The link of the PMP may get lost during Reset procedure and then identify procedure may get problem.
- Add check for Link lost conditions during Device Identification.
c. Some PATA HDD may not be recognized correctly with specific PATA Cable.
- Caused by some Device Status may not be updated correctly to AlternateStatus when using this cable.
- Check Status in Command Register to avoid this issue.

My System SpecsSystem Spec
22 Oct 2011   #2

Win7 home premium 64bit
Driver install help

I just got the Jmicron jmb363 eSATA controller card. I am replacing an Adaptec 1225SA card. I am having a hard time installing the drivers. I am running Windows 7 pro x64. At first boot windows installed drivers for this card which I didn't want to do. Now how do I uninstall the windows drivers? I can't find which driver is related to the jmicron. There is no entry in System that says anything like jmicron, etc. i tried installing and uninstalling the drivers on the CD After that and from there web site some times the driver says that it can not detect any device. From the CD it installed the driver but does not recognize any drives attached to the controller card. The computer is a Dell 490 with the Intel 500x chipset. Also, Plug & Play is grayed out in Services to disable windows driver install. I even tried running under admin dirrectly but no difference.

Any help will be appreciated,

John Gerard
My System SpecsSystem Spec

 JMicronŽ JMB363 PATA and SATA controller

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