Category: System and Controllers
Manufacturer: Silicon Integrated Systems (SiS)
Caution Level: Intermediate
Download File Size: 5.3 MB
Operating System: Windows XP
Latest Version / Release Date: 5.1.1039.2041 / 15th September 2003
SiS 5513 IDE UDMA Controller has the capability of working on the PC Chip M748LMRT motherboard used for multiword access or UDMA. Enabling DMA support in BIOS, the booting of the system is fine to begin with, but XP immediately starts indicating BSOD errors. Disabling DMA in BIOS results in XP booting fine, but the acquired UDMA33/66 is not true although the acquired speeds are faster than the PIO mode while the device manager indicates multiword access. When r204 driver is being used from the SIS website, the burner does not work, but it does with the SiS 5513 IDE UDMA Controller driver. One basic concept behind SiS 5513 IDE UDMA Controller is the combination of the controller and the hard drive. The controllers are inclusive of memory, which plays the role of enhancing the performance of the hard drive.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates
The drivers for SiS 5513 IDE UDMA Controller are installed by first downloading the file from the manufacturers site and saving it on the computer then proceeding to unzip. The controller device is then connected to the computer followed by right clicking on My Computer and a click on Properties. The next step is proceeding to the Hardware tab where a click on the button for Device Manager finds the new controller device on a hdc category. The new SiS 5513 IDE UDMA Controller device should be double clicked and the button for Reinstall Driver pressed. Install should be selected from the specific location and check Include Location before clicking the Browse button for the Silicon image driver to be selected. The Next button is clicked to proceed and the Finish button to end the installation. The new controller device should be seen in hdc form in the Device Manager. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and SiS 5513 IDE UDMA Controller errors before installing any driver updates.