I took the driver from the disk since it would not find it on the net. Posted September 2, I must be an idiot because I can’t figure out which disk image goes with this card. I am looking to saturate a gigabit link no agragated link etc.. Share this post Link to post. If you know where Supermicro’s driver is I might switch back but the only driver I found would load in Win7x64 but was disabled – so didn’t work unless Win7 was in “Test” mode. BB code is On.
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Can’t get Firefly working on Windows 7 x If the zpool becomes fragmented enough there is no cure except to destroy and recreate the zpool. I find it winvows to believe seeing as though it works no problem on Vista. Says current driver is already dindows now. Notice how their loading is almost zero compared to ada4 through ada7. Register a new account. Does device manager show a driver installed for it or will it update drive from internet?
It would be very helpful. Not sure if this is actually your problem unless have been this full for a long period of time.
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I have one of them in my unRaid box. There are disk images available on supermicro’s ftp windoes too.
I took the driver from the disk since it would not find it on the net. Find all posts by Siddus. BB code is On. At least not in WHS. Do you know where i can find a good driver for it?
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Turn off, reinsert the card and then reinstall with the directions dbone provided. As it was only in use by me and 2 pc’s for backup, performanc was not a issue.
Posted September 1, Boot into WHS, remove the card from device manager. Last edited by BobPhoenix; at Sun Sep 13, 2: How full is your zpool?
Page 1 of 1. Like one that allows you to install and use ANY unsigned driver in Win7x64 by setting windows to test mode. So back to my Sonnet driver Last edited by BobPhoenix; at You didn’t mention your version, but if you are using the 32 bit version you are only using 4GB of RAM. Like you, I was saddened by all of aof-sat2-mv8 hacks required to installed the Supermicro drivers.
Your DD and scrub are close enough to prove that your speed issue isn’t network related. I’d say its time to buy bigger drives, make a new zpool and copy the data to the new zpool. What’s new New posts New resources Latest activity.
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If aoc-eat2-mv8 know where Supermicro’s driver is I might switch back but the only driver I found would load in Win7x64 but was disabled – so didn’t work unless Win7 was in “Test” mode.