In reply to ABarnettceo’s post on September 22, Can I find the request queue somewhere and make sure it is incremented or unique for each new device or does the Linux kernel only use one queue for each Major number? Then came Windows 7 and I got problems with crashing at boot during many months with the 3. Our initial impressions of the VAIO T14 were that, if it had to be a hybrid system, this would be the way to go. Same problem with my NDAS drive. XP and Windows 7 – no problems.
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Though it does not actually answer the question of how to identify the device request queue.
Our initial impressions of the VAIO T14 were that, if it had to be a hybrid system, this would be the way to go. Could it just be the LPX network protocol?
If I unplug the Ethernet cable to switch to Wireless it crash and I have to do the restauration all over again. Also, I think the request queue is indicated by the output dpcd1 near the very end of the line. Wedgwood7 Replied on September 5, We were so impressed, in fact, that we posted our initial impression gendisl Twitter.
Could it be done? On a side note, however, we might have chosen a 6 Gbps SSD rather than the Gendiso 3Gbps drive and we also would have switched data connections.
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My desktop connection is not a wifi connection. Windows 8 64 bit NDAS with wired network: This returned the disk, but not the proper value for various operations later on. It is also 0. 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.
The first network drive that was already mounted. XP and Windows 7 – no problems.
gedisk In the log output that follows, the second device, hdb has just been connected, right after hda was connected and hda1 was mounted to the system. TomReble Replied on September 1, Sterne12 Replied on August 25, Initial configuration of the Windows 8 took about minutes which is typical.
I hope this is enough background information. Did the startech ethernet cable adapter solve the problem?
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Unless they issue a new driver, i am afraid to try on Windows In reply to Sterne12’s post on August 25, genisk I share the solution to the bug that led me to post this question. Tech support scams are an industry-wide issue where scammers attempt to trick you into paying for unnecessary technical support services. The start time of eight second 8 sec was not.
So I think I found the place where the driver is messing hdas.
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In reply to ABarnettceo’s post on September 22, So back to my original question. The Sony T14 form factor reminds us of our misconception that ultrabooks should be very small and light. Same results as eveyone else. The crash message is about lpx6x.
I recommend this discussion Therefore, all requests were piled on the to the request queue for disk 1. It was definitely impressive and remained consistent during use prior to this report.