Changes between Version 283 and Version 284 of Supported_USB-Devices


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Timestamp:
01/18/2016 05:22:17 PM (4 years ago)
Author:
mmokrejs
Comment:

Document the ASMedia FW14070321ab00 is in a DeLock? device for which Linux reports ASM1053e

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    v283 v284  
    217217|| Transcend !StoreJet 25M3 || ? || 0x174c:0x5106 || Transcend Information. Inc. / External HDD || -d sat || Linux || dess || ||
    218218|| [http://www.amazon.co.uk/Icy-Box-IB-AC603A-U3-Adaptor-Inches/dp/B008S8PP6K Icy Box IB-AC603A-U3] || ASMedia AS2105 || 0x174c:0x5136 || ASMedia Technology Inc. || -d sat or -d sat,16 || Linux Ubuntu 12.04 || [http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/109691/which-smartctl-d-option-should-i-use-on-this-hard-disk-scsi-or-ata Unix StackExchange] || Seems to work as expected. ||
    219 || !DeLock SUPERSPEED USB TO SATA ADAPTER ([http://www.delock.de/produkte/G_61757/merkmale.html?setLanguage=en DeLock 61757]) || ASMedia ASM1051 || 0x174c:0x55aa || [http://www.asmedia.com.tw/eng/e_show_products.php?item=90 ASMedia Technology Inc.] / USB to Serial-ATA bridge || -d sat || Linux || Martin Mokrejs || In Jun 2015 it has FW 120919110000 and does fall asleep after 1 second of inactivity (flashing with firmware 13040911da01 helps); In Oct 2015 they sell with FW14070321ab00; DeLock recycled its partnumber 61757, ASM1051 should be SATAII capable whereas ASM1053 should be SATAIII capable? See [http://www.asmedia.com.tw/eng/e_products_list.php?item=83&cate_index=0 ASMedia Technology Inc.]  ||
     219|| !DeLock SUPERSPEED USB TO SATA ADAPTER ([http://www.delock.de/produkte/G_61757/merkmale.html?setLanguage=en DeLock 61757]) || ASMedia ASM1051 || 0x174c:0x55aa || [http://www.asmedia.com.tw/eng/e_show_products.php?item=90 ASMedia Technology Inc.] / USB to Serial-ATA bridge || -d sat || Linux || Martin Mokrejs || In Jun 2015 it has FW 120919110000 and does fall asleep after 1 second of inactivity (flashing with firmware 13040911da01 helps); DeLock recycled the part number 61757 several times, ASM1051 should be SATAII capable whereas ASM1053 should be SATAIII capable? See [http://www.asmedia.com.tw/eng/e_products_list.php?item=83&cate_index=0 ASMedia Technology Inc.]  ||
     220|| !DeLock SUPERSPEED USB TO SATA ADAPTER ([http://www.delock.de/produkte/G_61757/merkmale.html?setLanguage=en DeLock 61757]) || ASMedia ASM1053e || 0x174c:0x55aa || [http://www.asmedia.com.tw/eng/e_show_products.php?item=90 ASMedia Technology Inc.] / USB to Serial-ATA bridge || -d sat || Linux || Martin Mokrejs || In Oct 2015 DeLock sells this with FW14070321ab00, Linux reports ASM1053e (Win reports ASMT2115); DeLock recycled the part number 61757 several times, ASM1051 should be SATAII capable whereas ASM1053 should be SATAIII capable? See [http://www.asmedia.com.tw/eng/e_products_list.php?item=83&cate_index=0 ASMedia Technology Inc.]  ||
    220221|| [http://www.fantec.de/produkte/speicherprodukte/festplattengehaeuse/25-zoll-festplattengehaeuse/produkt/details/artikel/1697_fantec_er_35u3_6g/ Fantec ER-35U3-6G] || ASMedia ASMT1051 || 0x174c:0x55aa || || -d sat || Linux || [http://pastebin.com/KbrZWdjj pastebin] || auto does not work | -d sat works fine
    221222|| !CnMemory USB3.0 - 2.5" || PLX TECHNOLOGY OXU3101; label: PLX TECHNOLOGY, OXU3101-AANC G, 1133, PAV397.01A, TAIWAN; PCB: EAN-X311-10, 94V-0 1140; (lsusb: "ASMedia 2105") || 0x174c:0x55aa (0.00) || !CnMemory USB3.0 - 2.5" Vario Colour (pollin.de no. 723 111, or possibly Chips and More GmbH Freiburg) || none (-d sat) || 6.3+svn3990-1 Linux Debian || Andreas Mohr || Product NOT fully recommended - more expensive than better alu-based models, and seemingly almost non-reopenable plastic clips rather than screws. Case rather solid and good cable, though. ||
     
    296297'''Firmware updates'''
    297298
    298 While several chipsets are listed in unsupported category above (e.g. ASMedia - the USB ID of which may or may not actually indicate an ASMedia chip), there might actually be "better" firmware available. Given sufficient(!) Internet research one might be able to find a '''compatible''' improved firmware which given some luck smartmontools then will be able to support. Do exercise lots of caution,though (an improper/incompatible firmware update may easily render such USB adapters unusable/bricks).
    299 
    300 '''Misc'''
    301 
    302 Skymedi SK7301 USB 3.0 to SATA II Bridge Controller [http://www.skymedi.com.tw/english/P_Items.asp?P_ID=27&T_ID=8 link]. There is a chip block diagram, but no datasheet.
     299While several chipsets are listed in unsupported category above (e.g. ASMedia - the USB ID of which may or may not actually indicate an ASMedia chip), there might actually be "better" firmware available. Given sufficient(!) Internet research one might be able to find a '''compatible''' improved firmware which given some luck smartmontools then will be able to support. Do exercise lots of caution,though (an improper/in