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  1. Hi @Fma965 I haven't had a chance to read through the whole thread. I have a Corsair AX1600i and I haven't managed to get this plugin working. I'm not sure if I have to add something to the device context? I have had it working while passed through to a VM and the USB header is connected to my server. Not sure how to get this binary code that you would need either? Cheers skidaddl3
  2. It worked. Thank you for the suggestion. Now for Unraid to solve this problem without the need for searching outdated issues. 👍
  3. Unraid 6.8.3 Since it was made available, my Windows 10 Pro version 1909 has been attempting to install either the upgrade to Windows 10 version 2004 with no success, or the automatic updates (where I believe it is failing on the update patch for the Meltdown/Spectre vulnerabilities). I have tried to use the Windows Update Assistant several times. I have downloaded separate ".msu" packages and attempted the same update with the same failure. Please see my server board and cpu (dual cpu) set up: The VM is on a separate "Unassigned Devices" SSD to which I also tried to update the VirtIO drivers from Linux Fedora: The VM has the following configuration: I had more recently reconfigured it not to have my Nvidia GTX660 included as a graphics card, because Windows Driver Manager wasn't starting the driver correctly anyway (probably a UEFI thing) Any suggestions are greatly appreciated.
  4. Suggestions are being made that there are driver issues, as there are software crashes (within the VM) with indicative error codes. UnraidOS: 6.8.3 VirtIO Drivers ISO: virtio-win-0.1.173-2.iso
  5. When is there going to be an automatic procedure for this? Like a "prepare drive for removal" button, a "prepare drive for decommissioning" button and then also a "securely erase decommissioned drive" button. Is there a feature request that is already being worked on? At this point it could alert you that you have useful data on the "decommissioning" drive and do this for you... (and by doing this for you, I mean moving the data to free space on the array for you, maintaining data safety)