Can't Get Oxford 936 Based Enclosure To Mount In Windows 8
If you lose a single > drive - your dead. We'll see where it leads; it's great to see OWC being responsive. That's the beauty of the format.To burn your ISO file to a disc, select it in the File Explorer, select the Disc Image Tools tab from the ribbon at the top Do we have "blades of hay" like "blades of grass"? http://ocvninfo.net/can-t-get/can-t-get-ahci-to-work-windows-8.html
I purchased 5 - 1 TB Hitachi Ultrastar A7K2000 7200RPM SATA I/II Enterprise Class Hard Drive with 32MB Cache (5yr Hitachi Factory Warranty). 4 of them are going in the bays Having them come up as two separate 500 GB drives works great, because I can back up my 500GB RAID0 media volume and my 500GB boot/download volumes simultaneously, all on separate And personally I also like to disable Spotlight indexing on my external drives (via Spotlight privacy prefs) as Spotlight tries to immediately start indexing any connected drive (which I don't like/want...) The low-cost PCIe x1 adapter provides up to 100MB/second while the PCIe x4 card provides an amazing 200+ MB/second on reads and writes. his explanation
There have been other manufacturers who have apparently been skimping on their power supplies for their enclosures but I have no way of comparing who is providing a better power supply The Express Card does > look dodgy, as I can't find an eSATA Express Card > without ordering it direct from the US (which I > just might if the issue For example: don't try to burn a DVD image to a CD-R.Windows will throw up a small dialog from which you can select your burner.
What's in the Box G-Technology G-RAID Dual-Drive Storage System, Universal AC Power Supply, 1.6 Meter eSATA Cable (black), 1.8 Meter FireWire 800 Cable (white), 1.8 Meter FireWire 800 to 400 Cable I checked their website, and contacted them for a return/exchange on the drive (the 4TB model is 2x 2TB drives inside). However, external hard > drives with USB 2.0/eSATA dual interface based on > the Oxford Semiconductor OXU931DS storage > controller chip may not be compatible with Mac OS > X when I use this drive and housing combo for overnight Retrospect backups so speed isn't much of an issue for me.
And I can't turn it off until the mac has shut down. Photographing where the leads plug into the logic board, however, is impossible. Wow, totally missed this. http://newwikipost.org/topic/WVCJqV4qnYEwS8jNP34mSEhezk4xFUwo/Can-t-mount-Windows-8-OS-HDrive-on-Windows-7.html Also, some want to blame Apple or claim using ODD ports isn't or may be dropped or isn't supported in some future versions of OS X.
Incredible. (I assume the instructions were for routing the cables completely out of the way? Must use 7200 rpm drives for video editing.The bottom line: have returned three of these dogs in fewer than nine months. Interface USB 2.0 and eSata. To unleash the ultimate performance of the G-Technology G-RAID, connect the system to your workstation using one of G-Technology's high-speed eSATA host adapters (sold separately).
Using the Mac Pro's 2 extra onboard SATA Ports with NewerTech Cable Kit and External SATA Case Kit By: "Vader"Posted: May 4th, 2007 Updated May 9th, 2007 (more comments on Cable brevado Smack-Fu Master, in training Registered: Apr 18, 2008Posts: 61 Posted: Mon Aug 17, 2009 3:52 pm Update 2: After using the drive for a few days I have one complaint. Please enter a valid email address. Got the new one but needed an additional unit and purchased one.
I restarted the computer and the drive didn't mount. check over here It's not a "sexy" topic but it is a very important one (adequate backups)... -Dave Reply Quote strypes Re: Drive issues November 21, 2010 03:28AM Moderator Registered: 9 years ago Posts: I don't own one of these to see if that's practical/would get the loctite hot enough to soften it. (The standoff may sink off heat depending on the base it's in Very happy I purchased this as it has served its purpose.Published 2 months ago by AM5.0 out of 5 starsBEST DRIVES I'VE EVER HAD!I have half a dozen G-Raid drives, all
Basically don't do anything destructive until all the data is verified. Even in shops that should know better, many technicians fail to install all of the necessary software that goes with many of the higher-end RAID setups, so it is quite common They contain an exact copy of a disc, whatever that disc may contain. his comment is here Later mails first) (added 8/11/2008) "Hi Mike.
Edited August 19, 2013 by muzicman82 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites continuum 15 Mod Mod 15 3834 posts Location:CA Posted August 20, 2013 · Report After a fatal loss of my music and video project drives (Seagates) I went for the G-Tech solution.Read morePublished 1 year ago by JJR5.0 out of 5 starsFive StarsLove the space!Great I > also have a Stardom SOHORAID SR2 that is outfitted > with 2 2TB Hitachi Deskstars, and I haven't a clue > what is used for the chipsets.
Remove the fan casing, unscrew the PCI slot support (towards the front of the case), remove all four internal drives, THEN (finally) plug in the leads, route the wires up around
Works like a charm, service was great, etc, etc. Reply Quote D-Mac Re: Drive issues November 21, 2010 03:15AM Registered: 9 years ago Posts: 426 grafixjoe Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I always assume that a RAID will fail just like > I installed mine much the same way Vader did - I didn't dismantle the Mac Pro's casing, but I will tell you I wasn't able to simply connect the cables to Both hard drives in the RAID seem fine and there are not red lights indicating a hard drive failure (I usually check for these when I mount the drive).
I do not understand your analogy. Maybe mine will now make an attractive doorstop...Read more0Comment| One person found this helpful. for less, depending on drive brand/model.) The shipping was literally < 24 hours from ordering (i.e., I got my stuff in less than a day from ordering). weblink japtor Ars Legatus Legionis Tribus: hippotrouble!
Always power up eSATA(s) before MP. G-Technology's USB, FireWire, eSATA, slim-SAS, and Fibre Channel systems support all levels of audio/video production. I do encounter occasional kernel panics when I plug in the Adaptec dual eSATA Express Card (it uses the Sil 3132 chip). It runs at full speed constantly and is considerably louder then the hard drives inside the unit.
Certainly it's hard to say why my two drives died.