I've been searching for a while - even contacting Fantom about it thinking it was a warranty issue. The motherboard chipset does that. Then he started defending it saying he had modded his motherboard, which is 10 truckfulls of BS. :lol: :lol: :lol: My god i didn't even know he said something like that. I turned it off, tried to turn it on again, same thing. http://transcoderesearch.com/dell-xps/dell-xps-m140-laptop-will-not-even-post.html
Hope there is a "fix" for this new "feature" soon. Should I abandon Windows and get a Mac? My second enclosure (UAS) is recognized and turns in the normal way with Windows XP, with Windows 8, and with Linux (Mageia 3, a fork of Mandriva). Offbrand DVD ROM from some company called Kaser, Clearance. Check This Out
And then they find it strange that they don't make the numbers anymore for Wall Street. The 'DeviceHackFlags' worked! Cheap now but I couldn't live without it for my A/V work. Now all I need to do is buy some black front covers for my drives and I'm sorted. :D Firefox02-28-2006, 00:38Processor: Intel Pentium 4 3.0 ghz Video Card: Intel Graphics Extreme
Change the view in the device manager to show "Devices by connection" and look at the parent of USBSTORDiskFujitsu_HDD_____________0012. However, if you can buy their business systems then your tech support call won't be routed to India! The Dell monitor in question here is identical (other than outer case) to the same sized Apple Cinema screen. Anyway, niether one spends as much as 10% of it's run time in XP.
This hack works for my Samsung 1T external drive : USBVID_04E8&PID_6012