Bafo BF-5313 Download Drivers and Manual

Available 2 files for BF-5313
Company
Bafo
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
Bafo BF-5313
Description
Serial ATA 1+1 Port PCI Host
Operating Systems
Manual
Size Manual
54Kb
File Name
5313_manual_v1.0.zip
Info
1.1. Features
1.1.1. PCI Interface
Compliant with PCI Specification, revision 2.2
Integrated PCI DMA engines
32 bit, 33/66MHz fully compliant PCI host interface
1.1.2. High Speed Serial ATA Interface
Dual high speed Serial ATA interface Channels, each supporting 1st
generation Serial ATA data rates (1.5Gb/s)
Fully compliant with Serial ATA 1.0 specifications
Supports Spread Spectrum in receiver
Independent 256-byte FIFOs (32 bit * 64 deep) per Serial ATA channel for
host reads and writes
1.1.3. The Individual features for different Models
1.1.3.1. Model A: Serial ATA Internal 2 Ports
Supports Independent two Internal Ports
1.1.3.2. Model B: External 1 Port + Internal 1 Port
Supports one External Port and one Internal Port
One Special Shell SATA connector on External Port to support Mobile HDD,
Mobile CD-ROM, Mobile DVD and Mobile CD-RW
1.1.3.3. Model C: Internal 1 Port + External 1 Port + Bracket Power
Independent one Internal SATA Ports
One External Port and one Internal Port sharing one SATA Channel
One Special Shell SATA connector on External Port to support Mobile HDD,
Mobile CD-ROM, Mobile DVD and Mobile CD-RW
One USB-like Connector on board to provide 2A / 5V DC power output for
Mobile Storage Devices using
1.1.3.4. Model D: External 2 Ports + Bracket Power
Independent two External SATA Ports
Two Special Shell SATA connector on External Port to support Mobile HDD,
Mobile CD-ROM, Mobile DVD and Mobile CD-RW
Company
Bafo
Categories
HD Controller & Removable drive
Model
Bafo BF-5313
Description
Serial ATA 1+1 Port PCI Host
Operating Systems
Windows 98Se-Me-2000-XP
Size Driver
130Kb
File Name
5313_98me2kxp_v1.0.zip
Info
Table of Contents
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1) Windows NT 4.0 and Windows 2000/XP Fresh Installation.

2) Adding the SiI RAID controller to an existing Windows NT installation.

3) Adding the SiI RAID controller to an existing Windows 2000/XP installation.

4) Verifying controller installation under Windows NT, 2000 and XP.

5) Update SiI RAID driver on Windows NT 4.0 with existing Silicon Image driver.

6) Update SiI RAID driver on Windows 2000/XP with existing Silicon Image driver.

7) Windows 98SE and Windows ME Fresh Installation Instructions.

8) First time installing SiI RAID driver with existing Windows 98SE/ME.

9) Update SiI RAID driver on Windows 98SE/ME with existing Silicon Image driver.
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