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Belkin two port sata raid card jumpers

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Hi,

I have a Belkin  3132 silicon image  based two port sata raid card pcie express. It came with two jumpers pin shorted with a jumper. Does anyone know what jumper open/closed mean  in terms of this card's configuration. The maker's documentation is silent on the issue. The card can be flashed with either a raid firmware or a base sata image so my guess that one is raid and the other non raid seems week/redundant. The card's model number is F5U251  
http://www.belkin.com/uk/support/article/?lid=enu&pid=F5U251ea&aid=7232&scid=0

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i suppose it is not intended for configuration
but you can ask them here your question :  http://en-us-support.belkin.com/app/answers/list/search/
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ya
I searched there without pulling anything up whatsoever on this card much less the jumpers
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