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  1. [Solved] The issue was the BIOS graphics settings I believe. I did a few things at the same time though, so I can't be sure what actually solved the problem. Here's what I did... Flashed BIOS from 2.30 to 2.50 Changed BIOS Primary Graphics Adapter setting to Onboard (default after BIOS reset was PCIE) Removed all boot priority options besides UEFI on unRaid flash drive Set CSM Enabled Boot Option Filter changed to UEFI and Legacy Mounted unRaid flash drive on a different computer and renamed EFI- directory to EFI I've rebooted the system multiple times now and everything seems to be working.
  2. This has got to be some kind of BIOS issue. I'm also running ASRock C236 WSI Mini ITX Server Motherboard, Xeon E3-1245 V6, and 32GB Kingston ECC.
  3. I'm having this exact same issue post update. I also have an asrock rackboard, but with xeon and ECC memory.
  4. I was looking at my active streams on my unRaid server and I was wondering why there are external ip addresses with accessing my plex databases and logs. Also, when I restart the binhex-plexpass docker I noticed there are quite a few of different ip addresses that make a connection until ultimately the stream remains open on IP 45.79.11.43. I've attached screenshots of all of the different IP's that are connecting to these files. Who are these IP's and why are they accessing these files?