Looking for Feedback on SI3132 SATA card drivers with OS X 10.9.2
(Major OS upgrades usually remove the SI drivers as incompatible, requiring a reinstall.)
I've used SI3132 PCIe and Expresscards in the past (older posts/pages here), but the only Mac I have running Mavericks is a 2012 mini, which can't use them. (Last OS I used 3132 cards (PCIe & Expresscard) with was OS X 10.6.x. I replaced the PCIe 3132 card with a faster, natively supported NewerTech SATA3 card and never upgraded the Mac Pro or MacBook Pro past 10.6.8.)
(Update) Here's a reply from a reader today. (3132 based Expresscard user.)
"Silicon Image's 3132 drivers in OS X 10.9
I have booted my Late 2008 MacBook Pro into OS X 10.9 several times and can verify that the driver version I am using works. I didn't do any extensive tests though.
This is the version I have been using: www.siliconimage.com/docs/SiI3132_18.104.22.168_Sil_Pkg.zip There also is an "r5" version for cards with RAID5 support.
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