October 10th, 2020, 14:13
Arch Stanton wrote:Or can the stabilizer achieve the same control with basic adapters?
Yes. Stabilizer doesn't do all that AFAIU (disabling bad PCIe lanes etc. - I think this refers to DDI PCIe SSD Add-on)
Works with any non-proprietary USB storage, including devices converted to USB through an adapter. With basic adapters it can be used with almost any type of storage device, including SATA drives and the newest AHCI/NVMe PCIe SSDs.
October 10th, 2020, 16:41
October 10th, 2020, 17:50
October 10th, 2020, 18:10
I'm still curious as to why one would need Win 10 x64.
Does the stabilizer call home to Deepspar every time you use it?
If it enumerates as a standard USB mass storage device
October 10th, 2020, 18:17
Arch Stanton wrote:I'm still curious as to why one would need Win 10 x64.
Because it comes with 64 bit software perhaps?Does the stabilizer call home to Deepspar every time you use it?
I haven't checked but it works fine without internet access.If it enumerates as a standard USB mass storage device
Out of the box it presents itself as a small drive, maybe you could get this far in DOS, I dunno. You need to install driver to get the system to see drives you plug into the stabilizer. You control settings using 64 bit software.
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