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Can't run both HDD at same time - BlacX Duet HDD Docking Station - ST0014U

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Hi everyone,

 

I can't run both HDD at same time on  BlacX Duet HDD Docking Station - ST0014U.

I put two HDD and just one work.

If I remove one, independent of slot, Windows 10 recognize it.

 

Suppose HDD#14 and HDD#15.

Suppose Slot #1 in front and Slot #2 in back.

 

 

If I use just HDD#14 and I put it in Slot #1 Windows (Disk Management and Explorer.exe) recognize it.

If I use just HDD#14 and I put it in Slot #2 Windows recognize it.

 

If I use just HDD#15 and I put it in Slot #1 Windows recognize it.

If I use just HDD#15 and I put it in Slot #2 Windows recognize it.

 

 

If I use HDD#14 in Slot #1 and HDD#15 in Slot #2 Windows recognize just HDD#14 (Slot #1).

If I use HDD#15 in Slot #1 and HDD#14 in Slot #2 Windows recognize just HDD#15 (Slot #1).

 

What the problem ?

 

Does BlacX Duet HDD Docking Station - ST0014U work only for one HDD and can't be use to work with two HDD at same time?

 

 

 

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Sounds like immature Win10 Drivers somewhere: again, like the issue I am having with the latest GT72S Msi super-laptop + Win10 Pro + BlacX 2-bay docking + 2x 8Tb drives I get that real odd disk controller error which happens every minute or less making the drive spin up and down oddly. On Win7 I tried the same docking station + drives == no issues. :|

 

Going onto, what, 8+ months since Win10 came out and still no fixes?

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I have always used mine on Windows 10 with zero problems until the LEDS and everything just stopped working.  It is not a driver issue in my case at least.  I doubt it is a driver issue for Beginner also.  These are now pretty generic drivers that are used and supported by many MS OS's

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Then its an issue with this year old MSI GT72S laptop + Win10 Pro as no matter the 3.1 USB device connected to this laptop it only works one way. Almost a year now, and the issue is still not resolved.

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