Changes between Version 294 and Version 295 of Supported_USB-Devices


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Timestamp:
04/18/2016 11:06:29 AM (3 years ago)
Author:
Christian Franke
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Re-add trailing lines from version 283 which were lost due to 64KiB limit (now fixed)

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  • Supported_USB-Devices

    v294 v295  
    294294|| [http://www.sharkoon.com/?q=en/content/sata-quickdeck-pro Sharkoon SATA QuickDeck Pro (USB 3.0)] || Innostor IS888 || 0x1f75:0x0888 || Innostor Technology Corp. / IS888 USB3.0 to SATA controller || -- || Windows 7, Linux || Christian Franke, Linux User 330250 || IS888: [http://www.innostor.com/Product_IS888.html official], [http://files.migera.ru/is888.pdf other] ||
    295295|| ICY BOX IB-351StU3-B || ? || 0x2109:0x0700 (0x005) || ICY BOX || -- || Linux 3.3 || tygier || smartctl 5.41 reports "Unknown USB bridge" ||
    296 || [http://www.sharkoon.com/?q=en/content/sata-qp-u3-firewi
     296|| [http://www.sharkoon.com/?q=en/content/sata-qp-u3-firewire Sharkoon SATA QuickDeck U3 FireWire] || ? || 0x0525:0x3102 || ? || USB 3.0: -d sat -x; eSATA: -- || Mac OS X, Linux, Windows 7 || [https://sourceforge.net/mailarchive/message.php?msg_id=30572975 Linux User 330250] || This external enclosure identifies all disks as "eSATA-2 ExternalRAID" and while it seems to support SMART, in reallity it disguises the real disk and reports unknown SMART attributes. ||
     297|| !AcomData HDEUHE-504 || !OnSpec ? || 0x55aa:0x2b00 (1.00) || (empty) / USB 2.0 CF/HDD || -- || -- || [http://sourceforge.net/mailarchive/forum.php?thread_name=h9el7f%24cnm%241%40ger.gmane.org&forum_name=smartmontools-support ML-Archive] || ||
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     300
     301=== Notes ===
     302
     303'''Firmware updates'''
     304
     305While 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).
     306
     307'''Misc'''
     308
     309Skymedi 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.