Should I try another firmware for the dvdr? The enclosure is a Bytecc ME Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. Guess which enclosure I ended up buying?!! Edited June 10, by banjo. I just looked again at the “specs” on the vendor web site and there is nothing there about chipsets etc.
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Thanks for that pointer. The WD contains only one partiton. Reboot case and confirm update with 2. I have used this external unit for imaging and cloning.
I have a little experience with using external enclosures and I’ve found that USB 2. Fitted a redundant IBM Deskstar and created an image on it that verified o.
The enclosure is USB 2. Register a new account. Byhecc have tried two different enclosures with no problems. Reboot case and do confirm update Rom read. I hope this helps. I have mounted my old disk using the Bytecc enclosure! I do have a spare GB drive that has some sector errors and failed a couple of months ago.
Feb 27, Posts: Just for giggles, I tried jumpering it as a master drive and it wasn’t recognised by the system. Glad that the info was helpful.
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Did you have corruption issues? From my understanding, the USB2. I expect to return the Compusa enclosure and try a different one soon Thanks Milehigh. Finally, as bytfcc of the pudding, I did a full system restore. I have read this whole thread about the flashing and the firmware upgrades for the box and the drive. Log in or Sign up. I suspect that it is a driver problem. If the drive is being recognized, fdisk will tell you exactly what the partitions are.
Should I try another firmware for the dvdr? My only problem seems to be getting things to work with FireWire. Thanks in advance for assistance. Anyway, if I read this link correctly, it seems that this particular casing uses a chipset that is quite problematic in Linux.
External USB/Firewire drives that work
I used the original inexpensive USB cable that came with the Compusa external enclosure. The conroler for the USB 1.
Good luck, I know how frustraiting your situation is. As a novice here, could someone please elaborate on that?
Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account in our community. Copied the image back to one of my internal HDs and carried out the MD5 checksum comparison just to be sure. Do you already byteccc an account? If it’s the only drive on the bus, then it should 521 set as a single, usually by not installing any jumpers on the relevant pins.