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  1. Understood. Frankly, I'm interested in improvements to CloudDrive over this issue as well. Just didn't want it to get completely dismissed. Thanks for the follow up.
  2. Christopher, I'm sad to say this issue appears to have come back / never really was fixed. Since my last post, I noticed maybe once a week an SMART item appearing in the logs, but since a Windows update / reboot last night, I've seen about 10 errors in 12 hours. After another reboot, the problem doesn't seem quite as enthusiastic, but does still seem to occur. I've got email notifications off, so it's not spamming me to death, but it also forces me to keep email notifications off. ;-) Hopefully this additional data helps identify / isolate the problem. Regards, Philip
  3. I think it's safe to say this is resolved. It has been over a week and no further SMART errors of any type. Previously I was getting a a couple dozen or more daily. Thanks for the help. It would appear the RST driver re-install was likely the fix.
  4. Hrm. Maybe? So, I posted that on Saturday, tried Unsafe IO overnight (about 12 hours - it crashed a couple times), toggled WMI back on, and then re-installed drivers (RSTe) to make sure I had the latest version for my board. (I did.) I didn't have much time to fiddle with it Sunday, Monday, or today - but watching for the last 3 hours in RDC, it hasn't flagged a SMART error once. So I dug back through the RunTask-Alert-Evaluations.log, and it appears to not have triggered an error since the driver re-install. I was previously getting drive failure SMART errors every 30-60 minutes. So.... possibly a driver issue, now fixed? That'd be good news. I'll re-post an update when / if I get more errors or in a few days.
  5. Is it possible to get improved support / coverage for this card? It was a good fit for my needs, as I needed a 9th internal SATA port and wanted eSATA support for a Port Multiplier later. StarTech PEXESAT322I PCI-Express x1 Dual Port SATA III (6.0Gb/s) Controller Card (2 Int or 2 Ext or 1 Int / 1 Ext) Specifications Speed: SATA III (6.0 Gb/s) Ports: 2 x eSATA, 2 x SATA, or 1 eSATA & 1 SATA (2 ports active at any time via jumpers) Chipset: ASMEDIA ASM1061 Port Multiplier: Support on 2 ports, can use 2 PM at a time (1 to 4 Drives Supported Through Port Multiplier) RAID: No Windows AHCI Driver picked it up with default drivers. (Did not record what driver it used.) Installed ASMedia Tech Driver asstor64.sys 2.0.8.0 for PM support (have not tested a PM myself yet) Tested on WHS 2011 64 bit IO test 1.0.5171.26796 With Unsafe Direct I/O unchecked StableBit Scanner - WMI SMART Status: Yes SMART Attributes: Yes SMART Error Log: No Power Mode: No SMART Thresholds: Yes StableBit Scanner - Direct I/O Identify: No SDD: Yes SMART Status: No SMART Attributes: No SMART Error Log: No Power Mode: No SMART Thresholds: No Methods: With Unsafe Direct I/O checked StableBit Scanner - WMI SMART Status: Yes SMART Attributes: Yes SMART Error Log: No Power Mode: No SMART Thresholds: Yes StableBit Scanner - Direct I/O Identify: Yes SDD: Yes SMART Status: Yes SMART Attributes: Yes SMART Error Log: Yes Power Mode: No SMART Thresholds: Yes Methods: ScsiPassthrough, ScsiPassthrough48, ScsiMiniportPortDriver
  6. Get constant cycling SMART errors - drive is failing and/or drive is suspect in WMI mode. When WMI is turned off, my other controller (StarTech PEXESAT322I ASMedia ASM1061) does not register any SMART data. Would optimally like to have both functioning properly w/o having to toggle Unsafe Direct I/O on. ASRock C236 WSI w/ i3 6100T Skylake WHS 2011 64 bit Driver: RSTe 4.3.0.1198 IO test 1.0.5171.26796 With Unsafe Direct I/O unchecked StableBit Scanner - WMI SMART Status: Yes SMART Attributes: Yes SMART Error Log: No Power Mode: No SMART Thresholds: Yes StableBit Scanner - Direct I/O Identify: Yes SDD: Yes SMART Status: Yes SMART Attributes: Yes SMART Error Log: Yes Power Mode: No SMART Thresholds: Yes Methods: AtaPassThrough,Smartloctl With Unsafe Direct I/O checked StableBit Scanner - WMI SMART Status: Yes SMART Attributes: Yes SMART Error Log: No Power Mode: No SMART Thresholds: Yes StableBit Scanner - Direct I/O Identify: Yes SDD: Yes SMART Status: Yes SMART Attributes: Yes SMART Error Log: Yes Power Mode: Yes SMART Thresholds: Yes Methods: ScsiMiniportClassDriver,Smartloctl,AtaPassThrough,ScsiPassthrough,ScsiPassthrough48, ScsiMiniportPortDriver
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