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  1. I'm not going to defend or anything but just FYI. I had a 10gb card installed and I am getting 10gb speeds with no issues. Side note, it's not important now though: the 10gb card linked here had 2 ports and only one is seen and don't know why.
  2. I would like to report that I just tested the 3E98 U2 after the update and it works just fine. Greatly appreciated. I apologize for not reporting sooner as the whole family was in quarantine due to contracting COVID-19.
  3. I will update and try the old patched file and report. But just in case, could you please patch a u2 version of the file? Or maybe I'll use the u2 version because as you said it would be a clean solution.
  4. Glad it worked. All thanks goes to IG-88 for creating the modification. I have been using it since and no problems so far.
  5. Yeah. This is the same what I got at first but the IG-88 re-compiled the file and it worked after that. I guess you have to wait for him to be able to answer. Sorry I couldn't be of more help.
  6. Since I dealt with this I'll try to help with how it worked for me but I'm no IG-88 so I can't give you a solution if it doesn't work. My process was: 1. Put the i915.ko file in /usr/lib/modules. 2. Change the file ownership and permissions to be root. 3. Run the command sudo insmod /usr/lib/modules/i915.ko Post the output here. 4. Reboot and post the output here from /var/log/dmesg after rebooted. 5. Run the command sudo insmod /usr/lib/modules/i915.ko Again after reboot and post the output here. It's probably redundant to do so but just to double check.
  7. I beg to differ, I am 100% sure it does. Evidence 1 Before going through all this I did an optimization job and the CPU was at 90% utilization for the whole time while the job is running. After applying the driver, CPU is not being USED that much, 3% maybe. Evidence 2 Before the driver the optimization ran at lower x rate than after applying it.
  8. I'm thinking about adding a 10GB card to my Xpenology machine. Looking through Amazon I found this card. https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B07VLC7LT3/ref=ox_sc_act_image_3?smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER&psc=1 Would it work with the 13.3 drivers? Any better alternative? Thank you.
  9. Yes I saw the edit. Again thank you for your help. Just FYI, the tiny upload link does not work.
  10. Side note for anyone want to use this. I checked the codec activation status by using more /usr/syno/etc/codec/activation.conf and I got a success but no codecs due to wrong serial. I used the patch in the following post to fix it and codecs are listed now.
  11. I created an optimization job in Plex to transcode a high bitrate movie (22.2Mbps) to 4Mbps while watching another movie live transcoding to 4Mbps and noticed while the transcoding job is running, It would go non stop with no issues. But If I started watching a live transcoding movie the job would stop momentarily for like 10 seconds and continue transcoding and would keep doing this till finishing the job. Nevertheless, the optimization job finished completely with no errors.
  12. Agreed. Thank you so much for your effort and patience. I'll keep hammering with transcoding jobs to test it for stability.
  13. Yes it exists now. But I'm not sure what the contents should be. Are the files in the in dev/dri in the attached picture correct?
  14. Out of excitement I tried it and it seems Hardware Acceleration is working in Plex. But if there is another way to make sure I'll be happy to test. Or should I count this as a success?!
  15. Command output insmod: ERROR: could not insert module /usr/lib/modules/i915.ko: File exists The good news dev/dri exists now. Does that mean it should do hardware acceleration?