The Lian-Li EX50 eSata enclosure – how to use it with Snow Leopard

Well, this is a nice unit (beautifuly made and quiet), but there’s no mention of Mac support in the documentation — no big surprise! Apparently, it will soon be replaced by an eSATA-USB3 version, which will obviously be better. Still, let’s try to get this puppy to work with Mac OS:

First things first – install the eSATA PCI-express card (included) in a mini-PCI slot of your Mac Pro (or your hack). Then go over to Silicon Image, and get the 3132 Snow Leopard drivers — download the “non-RAID” version (link here). Alternatively, you can get them from MacGurus, like I did (link). More