They haven’t replied yet. The time now is If you don’t hear from them by monday I would ask again So It is still slow by itself then? It seems ok, just like a normal hdd. I hope I get news from gigabyte. I see often they reply in hours, but it is already Friday night there now. Please report all spam threads, posts and suspicious members.
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Well, the USB booting is a no biggie because I can wait. Right now, I installed Ubuntu in my External hdd and it boots so slow 5mins?
Results 1 to 10 ga-g31m-es22l If you don’t hear from them by monday I would ask again So It is still slow by itself then? They both have ICH7, if than even matters.
Booting off from an osx86 dvd but placed on an external hdd is so slow. I also tried disabling the USB 2. So I tried an enclosure of a 3. Tags for this Thread g31m-es2l.
GA-G31M-ES2L (rev. ) | Motherboard – GIGABYTE European Union
It is normal as a normal hdd connected to a SATA port. I think it runs SATA 3. I also have other Enclosures here and tried those, it is still slow.
We receive spam notifications and will take immediate action! I just sent the ticket to them, but if they ask me to return the board for replacement.
However, I just want to know in my heart that I did not buy a defective product. The time now is But aside from the USB thing, this board rocks! I use several different flash drives with different configs for testing. I just got the replacement motherboard sealed and new from the box and it has the same exact problem.
I’m also having problems with the USB power.
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Very well could be that USB 2. However, after booting from the external hard drive, it becomes normal speed. Got mine RMAed but I’m still waiting it will have the same problem. They haven’t replied yet. It seems ok, just like a normal hdd. It takes 10 times longer for the boot image and initramfs to load off the flash than the K8NE did.
Hmm, is there a jumper on the back of the drive? Do you have a different USB Device you could test boot from, or can you remove the drive from that one and boot from the drive only?
Gigabyte GA-G31M-ES2L User Manual: Usb Controller; Usb Keyboard Support
I’m already tempted to check it with my 10k WD raptor to see if it is the figabyte. I got the 1. I think USB 2. Copyright c Tweak Town Pty Ltd.
If they want me to make a video of the slow boot comparison and post it somewhere, I will. I see often they reply in hours, but it is already Friday night there now. Once it is loaded, the sytem itself is much faster that the old one, but the slow loading of the boot image and initramfs from the flash is KILLING me, since I am constantly rebooting to test new code on multiple configs.