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  1. Just jumped into v6 and Docker and I'm having similar problems as the OP syncing up my folders and paths. I've had SAB and SB working fine on a Windows computer, but can't seem to find the right paths/mappings to make the separate containers work together. Could someone just list their paths and folders for those of us who are stuck like this? Thanks in advance!
  2. Fountainhead... Okay, it all seems to be running smoothly. Here are the pertinent BIOS settings (CAVEAT: I messed around with a bunch of these. While it's working fine under these settings, I may have changed some that didn't need changing.) IDE Configuration SATA#1 Configuration [Enhanced] Configure SATA#1 as [AHCI} USB Configuration USB Functions [Enabled] Legacy USB Support [Enabled] Port 64/60 Emulation [Disabled] USB 2.0 Controller Mode [HiSpeed] BIOS EHCI Hand-off [Enabled] USB Mass Storage Device Configuration (My USB stick shows up twice, which was the case with my last set-up) Set both Devices Emulation Types as [Forced FDD] Boot Settings Boot Device Priority 1st Boot Device [uSB SanDisk...] Removable Drives 1st Drive [uSB Sandisk...] 2nd Drive [uSB Sandisk...] I also disabled the on-board sound. I'll holler in here if I discover any of this is either a mistake, or somehow hampers performance of the system. Chip
  3. Okay... didn't need to set SATA #1 to AHCI after all. IDE works fine. And the problem with the other drives was a problem with the icy docks not seating properly. Thanks for the help... onward and upward now....
  4. Billped... Thanks for that tip. That helped me get it to boot up. I also had to configure SATA #1 as [AHCI] as well in order to get it to go. Now my problem is I can't get more than the first two drives to be recognized by the new board. I've got six SATA drives at the moment, and only SATA 1 and 2 off the main board are being recognized. The other four ports on the motherboard don't seem to want to recognize any drives plugged into them. I have a feeling this is more BIOS tweakage that's needed. TIme to dive into the user guide on this thing (unless Tom has a suggestion or two... hint hint). Thanks! Chip
  5. I'm upgrading my UnRaid to all SATA drives. In doing so, I replaced my Asus P5PE-VM board with the P5B-VM DO that Lime uses. I can't seem to get the USB to boot on the new system. Does anyone have a listing of the proper BIOS settings to use on this board? Thanks, Chip
  6. dschur... I was worried about the same thing (the U3 software), so before I ordered a couple of those drives, I checked around. It seems a lot of people don't like the U3 stuff, so they made uninstall software available at www.u3.com/uninstall/. Chip