Still not booting. Chatted with intel support and the guy said the slot is fully PCIe compliant. Of course he did not say my stuff will work. But if the slot really is PCIe compliant any card should work, not just graphics adapters, correct?
primero desinstala todos los drivers
entra al setup del mother board y desactiva la tarjeta de red
y vuelve a reiniciar instala la tarjeta de sonido
y te funcionara
despues entras al setup y veras que te reconoce
From what i can gather, the slot was intend only for a GPU, therfore whenever you put anything in it it will default to that as a the video outout even if you have the video options set specifically to onboard.
Seems like you are right. But is is a shame... I cross-checked with my el-cheapo pc that I use as a firewall. Guess what? It just works, with both cards. And that is a 250€ acer system. In my opinion this is a clear bug.
Are you using your standard PCI slot , if you have to you could get a different card and use that for your SAS.
Thanks for your answer,
unfortunately I already have an 350€ SAS PCIe controller, so I won't spend anoter 350 for a (slower) PCI version. It's not that I cannot get my tape drive to work as there are other servers at hand. But Intel should obey the PCIe spec and support any card type in any slot. If we cannot relay on a player like Intel regarding specs, why have them in the first place?
I'm trying to figure out how I could file something like a bug report to them right now. Live chat was not very helpful.
Understand but unfittingly this board has that slot decocted for graphics??