Anything else I should take care of before upgrading? Scharbag Senior Member. Joined Feb 1, Messages I run on a X8 board with i cards at FW v20 with no problems. Not sure about the 9. That is a pretty big leap. I would likely step through the versions myself.
All of your 9. CraigD Senior Member. Joined Mar 8, Messages Click to expand Spearfoot He of the long foot Moderator. Joined May 13, Messages 2, IT firmware phase Spearfoot said:. Thanks So, is You must log in or register to reply here. Similar threads.
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The most recent looks to be My intent has been to install SnapRaid but my understanding is that access to SMART data is important for that tool to perform it's function. This is what I see when right clicking a disk and choosing Disk Settings for any of the disks attached to the card:.
OK, I've flashed the card to the latest version and it is in IT mode. I also updated the card BIOS to the latest version:. Umfriend - thx. I had not seen that option before but just found it and will explore using the settings within. Spider - thanks. I can only conclude that it is an issue with StableBit Scanner.. Thanks Umfriend - that got it working. I had missed the "Advanced settings and troubleshooting" option at the bottom of the Scanner diaglog box on the General tab. I think the dialog was not fully expanded and I didn't look down there for it.
Is there a resource that describes the options on this dialog and the tradeoffs with using them? Is it "safe" to have the "unsafe" option checked? Scanner was functioning correctly on the disks connected to the mobo controller.
I did not change settings in Scanner. I did use Windows to format them and even went so far as to "clean" them with diskpart before putting them into service.. Apologies to any and all for continuing to seek assistance on this issue, but I really like the integration between Scanner and DrivePool which has worked flawlessly for me in pre-purchase testing , so I want to get Scanner working.
Should I reinstall the Scanner software to get it working? If I do that, I assume it would need to scan all my drives again - is that correct? Also, as I make changes to settings in Scanner I think I read somewhere that I need to restart the scanner service. If I do that will scanner retain the history of "last scanned" on my drives or will it rescan them all? It seems its behavior is inconsistent in this regard..
I think it is the Scanner software because I consistently get the S. Indeed - among many other programs. Many of them are Microsoft programs and even system executables. Believe me when I say I have not done anything to set up Antivirus to be more invasive. This is just they way Windows has configured itself for me.. I was getting an error running chkdsk on a volume today from an elevated command prompt and chkdsk was exiting without finishing with the error below:.
An unspecified error occurred eb2e An unspecified error occurred 6eb2e As soon as I added the blocked executable to the "allowed" list, it works When did Windows Virus get soo invasive? I just built this computer and put a new installation of Win10 on this machine in July. Prior to that, for years..
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Bulkhead Posted September 10, Posted September 10, Hello All, new user of the StableBit tools and thus new member of the community facing yet another learning curve do they ever end in the world of computers? It does report data on my drives attached to the motherboard data ports as well as my Nvme drive. I've poured over forums looking for recent information but cant find anything definitive. Is there something I can do to get access this data? I have not checked nor updated the card firmware nor do I yet know how.
I have seen conflicting information regarding the need to flash the card and install drivers under Windows 10 Pro. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options Recommended Posts. Bulkhead Posted September 17, Posted September 17, It is far easier using the UEFI shell method.
Here you can also see what firmware is currently running and in what mode. Mine is version P Make sure you note which cable goes where. Get a permanent marker and write the SATA Mobo connection on the cable, or note your hard drives order and mark the cables in their correct order. It would also be prudent to make sure you have backed up your all your data and config files etc as recommended in the FreeNAS manual. If not power down and power up the motherboard again.
NSH and then press enter. The programme will start to run and when it has completed it will ask for the last nine numbers and letters of your SAS address which you should type in and then press enter. Further re-connect all your hard drives in their proper original order. Finally re-boot your motherboard and your FreeNAS should be up and running with your new firmware. Joined Sep 16, Messages 2, PenalunWil said:. Click to expand Joined Aug 10, Messages Jailer Not strong, but bad.
Joined Sep 12, Messages 4, You don't need to change the boot order in the BIOS. And if you want to save the instruction I'll attach this PDF file again I've posted it before that spells it all out. It's for an X9 series board but the procedure is identical. Last edited: Nov 7, You can also use "map -r" command to reload the available drives. I just recently figured that out after a year of rebooting. Jailer said:.
And if you want to save the instruction I'll attach this PDF file again I've posted it before that's spells it all out. Bring up a console and run sas2flash -listall : Code:. If you look at the. NSH file you will see that it's just a script. I find it easier less risk and less work to just run sas2flash. This doesn't actually erase the firmware that is currently on the card until it's verified that the new firmware is compatible, and it doesn't require you to keep track of the address.
So it's the same process in terms of getting the files onto the USB and booting from USB except you only need 2 files , and then run that single command I prefer not to have the bootable option, so I don't bother with the mptsas. The nice this is that this approach also works for non-SuperMicro chips SM seems to be the only one who creates the. NSH script. Joined Jun 29, Messages Joined Apr 4, Messages 1, To all who wonder The initial post has an error.
The version is This is an older version. The current version is Version Jeff Lamer Member. Joined Nov 17, Messages I've posted this here just in case some one makes the same mistake as me! No such luck : What can I do now???? Jeff Lamer , add "0" as the ninth digit or if that fails due to some check-summing keep trying with "1", etc.
You can use the "sas2flash" command to re- program the address: Code:. RichTJ99 Senior Member. Joined Sep 12, Messages Quick question on the flashing. I think it is me as i tried 3 different usb sticks. Any ideas what I am doing wrong? Thanks, Rich.
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