Note: Because I thought that the Seagate drive was the culprit, I disabled it, then later ran a quick format. If I do receive this error again or a blue screen when accessing files on the Seagate, is it safe to say that it is my problem and I should RMA? I almost certain the Seagate is the issue because I have had no problems since disabling it.
What should I do if I get an error without even putting any files on the Seagate drive? Went to see what Seagate had to say about it and found a popular post for firmware updates for my model/affected firmware.
Drive Family Seagate Barracuda 7200.11 Models Affected: ST3500320AS, ST3640330AS, ST3750330AS, (ST31000340AS - my drive) Firmware Affected: (SD15 - my firmware), SD16, SD17, SD18, SD19 Recmmended firmware: In Validation* *Note: This file has been temporarily taken offline as of Jan 19, 2008 8PM CST for validation.
While the wanted values are quite simple, many users get lost in the different options and when they need to be set.In this configurator we try to hide all information and settings that are not relevant for your printer, based on previous answers.For that reason work yourself through the top menus from left to right and answer the questions from top to bottom.If you have already made a configuration - including older versions - you can upload the Configuration.h or file to set all options to that settings.If you choose the Configuration.h, the settings are taken from the embedded json string.
So this is a bit of confounding issue that may or may not concern drivers.Here's the deal: Every now and then, either right after boot, or even sometimes "randomly" when I'm using the computer, a driver error pops up "Unknown Device" and says: "You need to install drivers for your _____".I go to the device manager and see the yellow notification point under the "Unknown device" section.I try to update all the drivers and sometimes it says that all are up to date, and then sometimes it says insert CD that came with device. Other info: When I was accessing a movie file on the Seagate drive, system blue-screened and when I was using i Tunes with music files on that drive, the music skipped a bit and that driver error popped up.Also, after I ignored the pop-up on one instance, the Intel Matrix Storage Console told me that files on the WD Veloci Raptor array (RAID0) were inaccessible.However, I have run a verification twice now, and one as we speak, and everything seems fine.