Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: My external hard drive booting off my G31m-Es2L takes about 12mins. I see often they reply in hours, but it is already Friday night there now. It is normal as a normal hdd connected to a SATA port. There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. They both have ICH7, if than even matters.
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I don’t know what is happening! We receive spam notifications and will take immediate action! Got mine RMAed but I’m still waiting it will have the same problem.
Uzb think USB 2. I’m more concerned about the USB slowness. It seems ok, just like a normal hdd. I ask that because I know some devices have their own controllers which can conflict with the onboard ones.
How to boot from USB device?
I see often they reply in hours, but it is already Friday night there now. It is normal as a normal hdd connected to a SATA port.
Join Date Dec Posts Results 1 to 10 of I tried disabling USB 2. There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. But after the boot process and it is already in the desktop.
uzb I even ran a hard disk benchmark inside Ubuntu which is inside the ext hddresults were at par with a normal 2. I think only 5 people posted this issue over the internet.
GA-G31M-ES2L (rev. ) | Motherboard – GIGABYTE Global
I got the 1. Very well could be that USB 2. There are no jumpers on 2. Well, the USB booting is a no g-ag31m-s2l because I can wait.
My external hard drive booting off my G31m-Es2L takes about 12mins. I hope some people who has this board can confirm that it is normal.
Tried other NON-beta releases and all are the same. Booting off from an osx86 dvd but placed on an external hdd is so slow. I also tried disabling the USB 2. However, after booting from the external hard drive, it becomes normal speed. I removed the hard drive from the enclosure and ran it through one of my SATA ports.
I hope I get news from gigabyte. This by ga-g31n-s2l is the weirdest ever. Once it is loaded, the sytem itself is much faster that the old one, but the slow loading of the boot image and initramfs from the flash is KILLING me, since I am constantly rebooting to test new code on multiple configs.
Hmm, is there a jumper on the back of the drive? I needed the smaller mobo since I was changing to a new case.
I think it runs SATA 3. I just tried now. I also tried swapping Usbb from my other systems and they’re all the same. Booting off with the same hard drive in my Laptop takes 2 mins.