You may try the suggestions provided and check if it helps to resolve the issue. I did and that did not fix the issue. Everything worked fine with Windows 7. Arya S Asok Replied on November 16, Post as a guest Name. Here is a screenshot of the device manager: Pierre Reynes Replied on November 16,
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I don’t have the driver.
Windows 8 driver for LSI Adapter, SAS series, 8-port with E – Microsoft Community
LSI model numbers never made much sense to me – I found the quickspecs and added that to the answer above. Did you make any changes on the computer prior to the issue?
Scott Beeson 1 No, HyperV in itself is not importantthe Windows part is: I edited the original post to include a screenshot of the device manager. It should be the E model the mezzanine variant of the I just upgraded from Windows 7 Ultimate to Windows 8 Pro.
Check if it helps.
That’s weird, this is definitely the physical host unless there are VMs on a VM I tried to update the driver, uninstall and reinstall the driver, no luck. Sorry I didn’t think to include that originally, seems obvious: You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. Follow the 10688e Screen instructions.
Windows 8 driver for LSI Adapter, SAS 3000 series, 8-port with 1068E
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Sun Ultra 24 Workstation. The Windows system details aren’t very specific. I would have assumed the model would start with a 3, being a ” series”?
I did and that did not fix the issue. Sorry this didn’t help. I guess you are running this on Win Server with HyperV, but you need to make this clear. I have the same question Here is a screenshot of the device manager: Tech support scams are an industry-wide issue where scammers attempt to trick you into paying for unnecessary technical support services.
It was an attempt to show that the LSI device was not virtual, but it was a poor attempt. I’ve reworded the question again a bit. What other information can I provide?
And I paid for this “upgrade”. LSI is not listed on the list of programs.