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Everything is visible to be there, but doesnt work, available size is wrong. This means things won’t work right if you try to stick a 3TB drive in any dock if your OS doesn’t support it. That said, please see the edit to my question as well. Post as a guest Name. Sign up using Facebook. Assuming the OS supports the full capacity of the drive, why should introducing another not even a different, really connector change anything?
I can’t site anything specific to drive capacity, but controllers receive updates as errors are discovered. Pweh, that was too close for comfort. You could run a multi-petabyte storage solution off of USB if you really wanted to.
Like the customer review states, a 3TB is a newer storage size. This means the marketing text was written when 1. Source This means things won’t work right if you try to stick a 3TB drive in any dock if your OS doesn’t support it.
That’s pretty much what I figured. Yes, I think your guy feeling is correct. I still think it shouldn’t, but it’d be nice to have it confirmed. Email Required, but never shown. From a brief glance, the vendor’s web site does not appear to say either way.
This is not a hardware shopping recommendation question. Sign up using Email and Password. Matt Hanson 3 14 I’m looking at perhaps buying an eSATA docking station to be able to easily plug in and unplug hard disk drives, particularly but not necessarily only for backup purposes. Your answer does not answer the original question.
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I fixed it by putting them on internal SATA again and forcing the same checkdisk on reboot. My gut feeling tells me as also stated in the question itself that the dock should simply forward commands and data, especially when run as eSATA to SATA. It is in fact the operating system and the file system used that determines what capacities are supported.
Most do not test the claims of the marketing text. Please read the question again carefully. Please don’t vote to close it as such.
Many retailers will just copy and paste the text from the manufacturer or distributor web site. This is just a lie.