Windows 10: E-SATA Observations

Discus and support E-SATA Observations in Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware to solve the problem; Ok I think this is some valuable information that needs to be out there. As this is what I encountered with my machine. I don't know if all... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware' started by beginning, Jan 27, 2016.

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    E-SATA Observations


    Ok I think this is some valuable information that needs to be out there.
    As this is what I encountered with my machine.
    I don't know if all machines will do the same but this is what happened for me.
    Just my 2 cents worth.. *Smile

    A while ago there was a discussion going as the weather or not one had to steady safely remove your flash drives and external storage drives every time you want to power down/remove them.

    The work around was this so we wouldn't need to 'safely remove':

    E-SATA Observations [​IMG]


    But I found out you don't want to do that to E-SATA drives as this is the result, USB1 transfer rate: *Sad

    E-SATA Observations [​IMG]


    I went and re-enabled the 'safely remove' feature for the E-SATA drives only. As it seems USB isn't affected this way:

    E-SATA Observations [​IMG]


    And we are back to good transfer rates once more: *chuckle

    E-SATA Observations [​IMG]

    And yes the E-SATA dives are self-powered.

    Just my 2 cents. *Cool

    :)
     
    beginning, Jan 27, 2016
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  2. E-sata connections not working.

    Another update, after replacing the connection with a USB instead of the E-sata, the driver will appear in the Windows Explorer. However Win10 continue to display the error message that the Bootmanager is missing AND/OR "there is no operating system detected".

    Will someone ever going to be able to help?
     
    NilsonGhelardi, Jan 27, 2016
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  3. E-sata connections not working.

    An update since last post:

    I'm sorry to inform that none of the options given above correct the issue.

    My E-sata connections continue to NOT appear in my list of devices nor in the Windows Explorer.

    Further more after conducting an "elimination" approach of connecting other HDDs one at a time, it's clear that E-sata is causing the other boot problem reported on my other question posted here.
     
    NilsonGhelardi, Jan 27, 2016
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