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[ale] USB "duplicate" drive issue on CentOS

Flakey motherboard perhaps?  I saw some threads on the kernel mailing
list about the NED/Renesas chips having issues and it turned out there
was an issue on the motherboard that caused the card trouble (probably
the PCIe controller killing some of the lanes).

On 2016-06-17 09:20, DJ-Pfulio wrote:
> I have a single Startech USB3 card too. Noticed that some USB3 devices don't
> like it. Think it uses the well-supported NEC chips, but might check that with
> yours.  To me, the issue seemed to be with the devices, not the card.
> I do have a few USB2 ports which seem to have issues with any USB3 devices.
> Backwards compatible, my ass. ;(
> On 06/17/2016 11:59 AM, Edward Holcroft wrote:
>> And that's exactly what I've been using!
>> Anybody have a recommendation for a known good USB3 card?
>> ed
>> On Fri, Jun 17, 2016 at 11:15 AM, Jim Kinney <jim.kinney at gmail.com
>> <mailto:jim.kinney at gmail.com>> wrote:
>>     I would be very suspicious of StarTech USB3 cards. I put in several and
>>     under any real use they actually crash the box hard. I have the 4 port,
>>     dedicated 4 channel version. 
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