- May 12, 2018
- Gigabyte Z370 Gaming 7
- i7 8700k @4.9GHz
- GTX 1080
- Mobile Phone
I have the same case but with the USB-C Front Panel. The overview I made back then for my USB SSDT was with that case. In the overview you'll see all the ports labelled:@jb007 Thanks for that. So, I thought I'd share a mystery item for the @HackaShaq build using the Fractal R6 case. I've been using your kext unchanged. Because our cases are different, there may be a difference on what "chassis USB connector" registers where, and if an internal hub may be monkeying around with the way an item registers. I'm not an EE, so I don't know all this stuff. I tested it with an iLok because it's a license holder and not something that has to be ejected to prevent damage. Oddly, I can't get that red type-A sized USB 3.1 port to register in the FB Patcher app. Check it out: Thanks @jb007 and @headkaze
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"HS01/SS01" - is the internal front panel USB3 connector
The red type USB 3.1 Type 2 ports have a separate chipset and are labelled differently "RP05" (2 external ports) & "RP07" (internal type C connector). They are not part of the Intel chipset.
Do you have that issue after sleep or when you system is running?Hi Guys, lately I've been annoyed by the "Disk not ejected properly" notification, when a USB drive is plugged in.
Are you guys getting this problem? If so, what did you do about it?
The issue with with not properly ejected drives after sleep is known issue. I use the "Jettison" app to solve that issue. It will automatically eject drives when the system goes to sleep.
IF you experience the issue while your system is running, maybe re-check your usb connector on the motherboard.