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  1. I'm using a Sandisk Ultra Fit 3.0 16 GB (in a USB 2.0 port), so can't say I'm feeling great about that after reading your post. I'm about 2 months in, so far so good... I have to say it raises an eyebrow to see you buying the same thing over and over. If mine ever fails I might give it one more chance before moving to another brand. There is no way I'd suffer 3 failures and try for a 4th with the same model USB drive 😛
  2. Good luck! Would love to see how it goes after restoring your backed up config...always wondered how well that worked in practice/ how easy it was
  3. The bug linked is still classified as minor but is a showstopper? 😛
  4. I wouldn’t go that far. I think the prevailing opinion is boot using USB 2 port but doesn’t matter if the flash drive itself is capable of both.
  5. I didn't think a lack of checkmark necessarily meant incompatible, I thought a lack of checkmark means they simply hadn't tested it...i.e. they may have only had 2 DIMMs available for testing. I agree it is probably worth going through MEMTEST and/or removing two and retrying as long as he's trying to get to the bottom of this.
  6. I liked johnnie’s comments about overclocking, although he only mentioned RAM. Would undo any of that you did for either RAM or CPU before trying BIOS downgrades. If you don’t remember what previous settings in BIOS were may be worth a reset of that config and starting from scratch. I am not OCing anything in my stable Ryzen config, just using the default for that.
  7. I’ve got the same MSI B450 tomahawk motherboard albeit with a 2400g instead of a 2700x like you. I’ve been very stable on 1A0 firmware....that 1C0 you have is quite new. Might be worth trying the lower version unless you’ve already been down that road? Just a shot in the dark as you exhaust other options
  8. It looks like a garbage ADATA drive, I wouldn’t be remotely surprised it has failed & agree with johnnie, time to feed it to the woodchipper 😛
  9. But the million dollar question is - how’s your performance now?
  10. I don’t think I have a better solution because I don’t know of a better place to have those links direct. I think the cog wheel should just be removed for Motherboard and Memory because as designed it is just confusing people now. I actually opened this in response to it causing confusion for another person on reddit.
  11. Using Unraid 6.7.2 (although another user tells me 6.8 RC5 works the same) and the "Black" Dynamix Color theme in display settings. There are "settings" cogs on the Dashboard screen of Unraid for Motherboard, Memory, Processor, Interface, etc, they link to other parts of unraid and take you there when clicked. The processor settings cog takes you to CPU pinning (makes sense), the Interface setting cog takes you to an interface page (also makes sense)....but the Motherboard settings cog takes you to "Management Access" which doesn't make sense, and the Memory settings cog takes you to "Disk Settings" which also doesn't make sense/isn't useful since there is nothing to do with memory on that page.
  12. How about using something like Rufus to pre-format the drive w/ MBR? It helped me when I had a USB stick not recognized during MSI BIOS updates. https://rufus.ie/ PS - I have never had luck with Unraid's USB flash creator, and have always had to do the manual copy of data + makebootable in admin mode.
  13. Here’s one looks potentially related... 2400G and passthrough and crash. No talk of disk failure but maybe he didn’t have array started at the time?
  14. Oh I see it is on the Settings->VM page not on the VMS page. PCIE ACS override is disabled and VFIO allow unsafe interrupts is NO, which I imagine is the default. PS - understand you're not being argumentative, just asking questions to narrow it down which I appreciate. Just hoping this ends up helping somebody else in the future. I'm fine with VNC, no chance of me ever trying GPU passthrough again after what I went through