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Ddfault last won the day on February 18 2014

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  1. Today I updated my StableBit Scanner to My Settings and Automatic Scanning are just gone from the top of the application. I rebooted but no difference. What should I do? (I've blanked out my computer name in this screen shot snippet.)
  2. For some time now, maybe a few weeks or maybe a couple months, I have been unable to update my nest or even create a new nest. I have run BitFlock_1_0_0_547U.exe on multiple machines, even fresh installations, and every one of them comes back with: "There was an error updating your nest on the server." I believe this problem has been further compounded, when it comes to how the StableBit Scanner connects to Bitflock.com. StableBit Scanner is constantly is telling me: "S.M.A.R.T. Failure" "One or more disks are expected to fail within 24 hours." When it believes one of my dri
  3. I have recently setup a machine running Windows 7 x64. The OS is completely encrypted with TrueCrypt. Because DrivePool doesn't play well with TrueCrypt mounted volumes, I'm using DiskCryptor to encrypt all the remaining drives. DiskCryptor decrypts the drives in-place. So a drive mapped to K: that was seen as raw/unformatted magically turns into a NTFS drive once I've mounted the drive using DiskCryptor. This two prong solution works great with Both StableBit Scanner and DrivePool. The only caveat is that I changed both StableBit services to manual so I am able to start then AFTER I mount the
  4. Yes, I want the Scanner to scan all the drives at the same time. I am running Windows 7 and using the latest Stable version of the Scanner v. I haven't adjusted the throttling settings, but the options sound to me like if they are checked they will do the exact opposite of what i am wanting. This is my current settings:
  5. I've recently setup a new server using a SuperMicro X10SAE workstation motherboard. It has a Xeon E3-1225 v3 Haswell Chip with graphics. I have the OS in a mirror RAID so I've had to turn the onboard SATA controller from AHCI to RAID. I ran DirectIoTest-1_0_5016_597.exe to get the following on SATA drives connected to the Intel RAID controller: With Unsafe Direct I/O unchecked StableBit Scanner - WMI SMART Status: Yes SMART Attributes: Yes SMART Thresholds: Yes SMART Error Log: No Power Mode: No StableBit Scanner - Direct I/O Methods: AtaPassThrough,Smartloctl Identify: Yes
  6. Ah, I see one of my mistakes. When I updated Scanner.Service.exe.config_default I didn't change the extension to just ".config" I placed a the Scanner.Service.exe.config from the download link you provided into the C:\Program Files (x86)\StableBit\Scanner\Service folder and restarted the machine. When I look at Disk Details... on a "SCSI Disk Drive" I get a lot more data now!!! At present I have the 92xx controller running in Standard AHCI 1.0 Serial ATA Controller as the driver, but I've left the onboard 91xx driver in place since I'm using a port multiplier. The 4x Seagate NAS dri
  7. I have an Asus P8P67-M Pro motherboard which has an Intel P67 Express Chipset that is providing me with 4x SATA II (3.0Gbps), 2x SATA III (6.0 Gbps). The motherboard also has a Marvell 88SE9172 chip providing me with 1x SATA III (6.0 Gbps) and 1x eSATA III (6.0 Gbps) ports. I've installed a SYBA SI-PEX40062 which has 88SE9235 chip via one of the PCIe slots which is providing me with 4x SATA III (6.0 Gbps) ports. When it comes to drivers, the Marvell driver that supports both 88SE9172 and 88SE9235 reduce the name of the devices to Marvell 91xx SATA 6G Controller and Marvell 92xx SATA 6G Con
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