theinfinitypoint Posted September 8, 2018 Share Posted September 8, 2018 I was just now trying to access some data off of my Drobo S RAID array which is attached via USB 3 to my computer. However every time I try turning the Drobo on Windows Explorer would take a really long time to access the drive, and Task Manager reports 100% disk activity but 0 kb/s of data transfer (as it should be). I discovered that after a lot of trial and error that if I completely exit AIDA64 Extreme I have no more issues accessing the drive. I then tried to disable hard drive temperature monitoring in AIDA64's preferences however it is still causing issues with me accessing the Drobo. My question is, what other settings do I need to change so that AIDA64 does NOT try and find sensors on my Drobo? Ideally I do want to keep hard drive monitoring active, but just not on the Drobo. And also if AIDA64 is on and my Drobo is connected, it is very difficult to use AIDA64 as it is extremely slow. Please help!! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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