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 Asus: M4A785T-M & Adaptec 3405 Running RAID 1E 
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Post Asus: M4A785T-M & Adaptec 3405 Running RAID 1E
Yes confirmed working M4A785T-M, with Adaptec 3405 Raid, ESXI 4.1 Build 260247

Config:

Asus: M4A785T-M ( Bios 2201)

Athlon II X2 255, AM3, 3.1 GHz 2MB 65W (ADX255OCGQBOX)

Adaptec 3405/with battery backup & Firmware 17342 (AUG 25 2010)

1 Intel Pro/1000 GT Desktop Adapter PCI ( not PCIE or PCIX), Internal NIC not recognized. ( but works with custom realteck 8168 driver oem.tgz )

Kingston ValueR. DDR3 1333MHz ( KVR1333D3N9/2 ) x 4 Total = 8 GB ( Max 16Gb on this board)

Integrated GPU, and again as noted. Takes a little memory but nothing to worry about.

Seagate 7200.12 500GB drive x3 Running (Raid 1 Enhanced , That’s RAID 1E)

IDE/ AHCI Supported

ESXI loaded on USB Flash stick & booting from usb as well.

Will Try Custom install at some point to confirm Internal Nic Working.
Also, Asus on board RAID not supported.

Loaded custom oem.tgz with Realtek r8168.o driver and confirmed working, but with errors in the log

ct 8 05:27:40 vmkernel: 0:01:12:02.137 cpu1:4123)<3>RTNL: assertion failed at vmkdrivers/src26/drivers/net/r8168/r8168_n.c (1771)

Also shows: kernel Module R8168 was loaded, but has no signature attached.

IF any one has info please post.


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