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  1. Henry Thomas

    Crashing server :(

    It's been stable overnight. I am ripping a bluray now and I swear it's faster than with the SSD unplugged. I'm theorizing I had two issues - one the edit to the "go" file. Lessons learned - read the release notes carefully. I always do but I think when I processed that I translated it into "optional" or something because I've never had to edit a file like that on an incremental upgrade - ever. Second issue - flaky SSD. Is the cache drive supposed to be THAT much faster than a non-cache drive? I'm not using a stopwatch but I'm not noticing much or any difference. Perhaps that's due to the drive being flaky - OR is it because Ryzen has faster throughput to the array? Any thoughts?
  2. Henry Thomas

    Crashing server :(

    that's because I unplugged it because after the crashes it was always 'unmounted' so I suspected it as being a culprit (crashed once since I unplugged it.)
  3. Henry Thomas

    Crashing server :(

    Anyone see a reason why I can't plug my SSD back in? Diagnostics in first post unRaid_Syslog
  4. Henry Thomas

    Crashing server :(

    Fix Common Problems says "Your server has issued one more more call traces. This could be caused by a Kernel Issue, Bad Memory, etc. You should post your diagnostics" ok
  5. Henry Thomas

    Crashing server :(

    DUH. I got it. It looks like an override in case the BIOS gets flipped but I'm up for anything. Booting .... It keeps kicking my cache drive off as "unmounted" so I've just physically disconnected it.
  6. Henry Thomas

    Crashing server :(

    Yeah, c-states are off, but I skipped over that script edit. I have no idea how to get to that file. I installed notepad++ but that file isn't on the flash drive at least plugged into a windows laptop. Can I get to this file from a windows laptop from the server? I always get stuck here.
  7. Henry Thomas

    Crashing server :(

    It was disabled because I was fiddling with VM. But I did hit 'default' button last night. I'll check that but I don't think that's going to be it. But I'll check / reboot right now.
  8. Henry Thomas

    Crashing server :(

    Crashes in about 4 hours. 6.4.1 most recent version. One time it crashed, Parity Disk 2 was 'not assigned' but it did reassign. Yesterday it crashed, the cache drive SSD was unassigned. It did reassign. I do see CRC errors and I've tightened the cables but to no effect on crashing. unraid-diagnostics-20180215-1853.zip
  9. Henry Thomas

    Anybody planning a Ryzen build?

    USB is merely the sandisk used that holds unRaid. Only USB I'm passing through is keyboard/mouse on a combo Logitech htpc keyboard. --It's not really "usb sound stuttering" it's "all sound stuttering" not related to USB. Regardless, it's all hung on Error 43 now with USB:SANDISK as boot, instead of UEFI:SANDISK that was the prior setting.
  10. Henry Thomas

    Anybody planning a Ryzen build?

    I think I found it. I changed SANDISK from UEFI to USB. Error 43 gone. Until I went to use the sound. Sound didn't play, was very stuttering and videos playing at 1/2 speed. I did a reboot just wondering if there were some updates sitting around plus I had done some basic Kodi setup. Upon reboot the server completely locked up. So upon main reboot I completely disabled any device that said UEFI boot and made sure USB:SANDISK was the only option. Back into the VM, error 43
  11. Henry Thomas

    Anybody planning a Ryzen build?

    Thanks. is the trick to this renaming EFI on the USB to EFI- as I read here I'm not seeing anything in the BIOS to tell it to use Legacy I wonder if this ASRock TaiChi is UEFI only
  12. Henry Thomas

    Anybody planning a Ryzen build?

    I don't see 'boot type' in the bios. I found how to look at partitions from within WIndows but not Unraid. It's an ASRock Taichi. It definitely is UEFI when I go into BIOS to check. Since I can't find it, I don't know how to change it. I do see Boot Override and it says UEFI:SanDisk, Partion 1 which is my Unraid OS for sure.but there are no options to change it really. I see "Launch EFI SHell from filesystem device" but that gives me a Shell> that lists boot devices but it doesn't list UEFI or Legacy options
  13. Henry Thomas

    Anybody planning a Ryzen build?

    I am stuck on the infamous Error 43. I had the system working WITHOUT error 43 somehow yesterday but the entire server would crash. First I'd see a blue screen "internal video scheduler error" then during the dump the entire Unraid server would crash - and not reboot automatically. So I fiddled a little bit with reinstalling the driver, running the sfc command as admin cmd ... to no avail whatsoever. Then I'm back to Error 43. I have tried Hyper-V on and off, and I have tried SR-IOV on and off IOMMU of course is enabled. So today I tried a different version of the ROM. The entire server no longer crashes. I was had a perfectly working video card ... until Windows Activation triggered after a few reboots. Error 43 reappeared. I'm afraid to keep activating Windows because if I wind up changing BIOS and reinstalling Windows it looks like I'm using the same license over and over. I don't know what to do next This is a Ryzen 5 system / Nvidia 1050 Ti / ASRock Taichi 3.30 BIOS
  14. I am stuck on the infamous Error 43. I had the system working WITHOUT error 43 somehow yesterday but the entire server would crash. First I'd see a blue screen "internal video scheduler error" then during the dump the entire Unraid server would crash - and not reboot automatically. So I fiddled a little bit with reinstalling the driver, running that sfc command as admin cmd ... to no avail whatsoever. Then I'm back to Error 43. I have tried Hyper-V on and off, and I have tried SR-IOV on and off IOMMU of course is enabled. I did dump a rom and am passing it through successfully (if I make a typo or whatever I just get a black screen as opposed to at least move around in WIndows.) I don't know what to do next This is a Ryzen 5 system with Nvidia 1050 Ti
  15. Henry Thomas

    [CONTAINER] CrashPlan & CrashPlan-Desktop

    I'm seriously considering Backblaze. I need to buy another hard drive for my backup server - but why should I do that and not just put it into the cloud? I'll get over my fear of putting my tax forms up there - but I do worry about blu-ray rips. Grey area. I own all of them, they're sitting in my file cabinet in the media room. But they're ripped. I'm a little more paranoid that someone is going to notice and cause me trouble.