Sterne12 Replied on August 23, ABarnettceo Replied on September 22, In the function you can see that the slot can be determined by the queue. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. So I think I found the place where the driver is messing up.

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Did the startech ethernet cable adapter solve the problem? I’m connected to the same switch as the NDAS. Now below we have entered the function that is pasted above. The Sony T14 form factor reminds hendisk of our misconception that ultrabooks should be very small and light.

Will wait for this issue to be resolved before trying the upgrade again.

How to symlink a file in Linux? So I think I found the place where the driver is messing up. It contains hybrid storage and has an ultra low voltage processor for increased mdas life. I am working on this driver that connects the hard disk over the network.

This happened every few hours. Frequent readers of TSSDR understand my opinion of both, an opinion that was initially hard to contain with their teaming up in what appears to be an attractive ultra design. If I unplug the Ethernet cable to switch to Wireless it crash and I have to do the restauration all over again. Tell us about your experience with our site.


I recommend this discussion Then came Windows 7 and I got problems with crashing at boot during many months with the 3.

Here is the code section: This thread is geneisk. I want to discover why this driver is loading the same queue on two different block storages, and determine if that is causing the duplicate blkid during the initial registration process.

I think it was processing as a boolean.

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In reply to riehmc’s post on August 23, The first network drive that was already mounted. In reply to Claude Cloutier’s post on August 29, Then the system crash. Thanks for looking at bdas situation for me.

Unless they issue a new driver, i am afraid to try on Windows ABarnettceo Replied on September 22, I share the solution to the bug that led me to post this question.

Here is a log output.

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An un-educated guess might be: Therefore, all requests were piled on the to the request queue for disk 1. Mavrina Replied on November 30, Here’s a brief history of my NDAS experience: On a side note, however, we might have chosen a 6 Gbps SSD rather than the XM13 3Gbps drive and we also would have switched data connections.


The start time of eight second 8 sec was not. Our answer was found in device identification where a model number was contained within the hardware ID of the caching SSD. On a manufacturer warning message, its said that the driver is unstable on Wireless 10 Mpbs link, but I’m on Wireless B mode at arround 72 mpbs.

So hda1 gets a blkid xyz as soon as it mounts.