File Name :
BIOS
5044 Beta
78 Kb

Motherboard driver CD-ROM to a floppy disk in MS-DOS mode and install the driver during OS installation. Please prepare a startup disk that has CD-ROM support and a blank formatted disk. Step 1: Insert the prepared startup disk and motherboard driver CD-ROM in your system. Boot from the startup disk. . A PCI SATA card that uses the Silicon Image SIL3112 controller chip. A PC that is able to boot from a floppy disk and has a spare PCI slot. 2 blank floppy disks. Acquire a PCI SATA card that uses a Silicon Image SIL3112 controller chip. This INF file installs the Silicon Image Serial ATA Raid driver; for the SiI 3x12 controller on systems running Windows Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, and Windows Vista. BASE (non-RAID) Driver for 32-bit universal Mac OS X 10.4.9, 10.4.10, & 10.5.1 Use this universal driver with Mac OS X 10.4.9, 10.4.10, & 10.5.1 on PowerMac G5, PowerBook G4, and MacBook Pro. Please contact the external enclosure or hard disk drive manufacturer for problems specific to the device that may have surfaced under Mac OS X Leopard.

20 Oct 2004
2Silicon Image SIL-3114 SATA IDE Driver v1.1.0.4 Windows XP-AMD64

Driver file size, bytes 3112 satalink image - storage - silicon image sii satalink controller, windows 7,windows 8,windows and later drivers, drivers other hardware, 7/23/. Silicon image sii 3132 satalink controller drivers were collected from official websites of manufacturers and other trusted sources.

sii3114-serial ata (sata) 64-bit windows ide driver.zip
Windows XP
v1.1.0.4
254 Kb
1 Dec 2004
3Silicon Image SIL-3114 SATALink Driver v1.0.0.0 Windows XP-64
sii3114- serial ata (sata) 64-bit windows raid driver.zip
Windows XP-64
v1.0.0.0
255 Kb
1 Dec 2004
4Silicon Image SIL-3114 SATA RAID Driver Linux AMD 32-bit
sii3114- serial ata (sata) 32-bit linux raid driver-for amd 32-bit platforms only.zip
Linux
1.2 Mb
1 Dec 2004
5Silicon Image SIL-3114 SATA RAID Driver Linux AMD 64-bit
sii3114- serial ata (sata) 64-bit linux raid driver (for amd 64-bit platforms only).zip
Linux
435 Kb
1 Dec 2004
6Silicon Image SIL-3114 SATA RAID Driver SuSE 9.0 Linux
sii3114-srll ata (sata) 64-bit linux raid drvr-suse 9.0 rc1-amd64 and intel emt64.zip
Linux
482 Kb
1 Dec 2004
7Silicon Image SIL-3114 SATA RAID 5 Driver v1.1.0.0 Windows 2000/XP/2003
sii3114- serial ata (sata) windows raid 5 driver.zip
Windows 2000/XP/2003
v1.1.0.0
1.64 Mb
24 Jul 2004
8Silicon Image SIL-3114 SATA RAID Driver v1.0.0.7 Windows 98SE/ME/NT/2000/XP
sii3114- serial ata (sata) windows raid driver.zip
Windows 98SE/ME/NT/2000/XP
v1.0.0.7
161 Kb

Sil3124 Driver

3 Feb 2004
9Silicon Image SIL-3114 SATA RAID Driver v1.0.0.20 Linux 64-bit
sii3114- serial ata (sata) 64-bit linux raid driver.zip
Linux
v1.0.0.20
9.03 Mb
3 Nov 2003
Sil3114 driver
10Silicon Image SIL-3114 SATA IDE Driver v1.2.0.5 Windows 98/ME/NT4/2000/XP
sii3114- serial ata (sata) windows ide driver.zip
Windows 98/ME/NT4/2000/XP
v1.2.0.5
141 Kb
3 Sep 2003
11Silicon Image SIL-3114 SATA RAID Management Utility 1.0
sii3114-sata raid management utility.zip

Sil3114 Driver

Windows OS
1.0
17.08 Mb
26 Sep 2003

Windows 7 is definitely an awesome piece of software. Sounds funny when such words come out from me, Apple hardware and software fan. Yet, this post is about troubles i had while setting up Windows 7 on a client PC with Silicon Image 3112 RAID Controller.

Despite Windows 7 being aware about most of the drivers for most of controllers it did not recognize my RAID card when booting from the installation DVD. After googling around and looking for the right driver on numerous forums, i found two places: an official Microsoft forum post and Station-Drivers.COM page. Some of the posters suggested that you need to update your controller’s BIOS in order for the driver to work, however in my case it was not necessary. After a few tests with different versions of drivers from Station-Drivers.COM i finally succeeded.

I have the zip file hosted on my blog, so in case you looking it’s here – download Sil3112 Windows7 driver and unzip onto a USB stick drive. Then plug it into computer where you are installing Windows 7 and when installation screen will ask you to select the drive you are setting it up on, choose “Load a driver”, select the USB stick from the list of the devices and you are good to go.