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About jbugman

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  1. There maybe another way to solve this..... Reading on a HP server site for a server software that was causing a corrupt bios upon reboot, someone commented that to get a reboot to work and not have a corrupt bios, all they had to do was to password lock the bios Anyone care to try it???? J
  2. But only just and it depends on what your trying to transcode J
  3. 1) Not unexpected, transcoding requires serious HP and a decent graphics, the j1900 isn't built for transcoding 2) Unless synology have built it into their software no, speedstep is a software application J
  4. Xpenology using nanoboot at least and I think gnoboot uses DSM 5 J
  5. Can you disable both video station and the seats port? If so, give hibernation a try then. Then reintroduce one or the other and try. When that's done, swap around. It will help you ID which is at fault J
  6. Unlikely, the last bios update is F4 released back on 29th April 2014 for gigabyte. The motherboard referred to on the first page is an asrock one That bios was updated to 1.20 back on 6/3/2014 which improved usb capability. Can't tell if the mean march or June..... J
  7. Your only issue comes with if two vms try to access the same file at the same time Also esxi does not allow RAW drives to sleep J
  8. Ah okay, that makes sense, although I guess you can save a few more watts with a smaller psu J
  9. 38w still seems a lot given your cpu won't use more then 10W, are you using a picopsu? J
  10. As title says, anyone? Needing prefab lay a usb 3 card that I slot into my motherboard as nanoboot doesn't like the usb drives on my m/b J
  11. jbugman

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    Won't the drive holding the nanoboot info always be spinning anyway? I can't believe a modern drive would suffer more, but on the flip side, can you make synology download and use a separate hdd just for torrenting and downloads? Thank you J
  12. Unfortuantley I have been looking for a solution and not found one as I want to use the same for my DIY nas. My only thought would be to get a known xpenology working PCI card with USB ports on it. Have you thought about that? Does your LAN work okay, have you tried WOL and lastly does scheduled startup/shutdown work? Other then that, what's performance like? Any ideas of powe usage? J
  13. jbugman

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    Please do report back with your meter readings! Also curious if your on board usb & LAN work. Have you also tried schedule start up and shutdowns and WOL? Ta