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ESata port Hi have just bought a freecom eSata/USB bay, bau it seems to work only by USB connection and not the eSata port. HAve you got any hint?

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you need to know what motherboard your using ie: the band, model, product code for the motherboard then check with the websites of the manufacturer.


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You are not stupid, my friend. I wondered the same thing when i first hooked up the eSATA. I went insane wanting the fastest file transfers because I was sick and tired of transferring slowly, but I feel better now knowing the max. Now i stick to less expensive firewire 800 because I wouldn't see the benefit of eSATA anyways (and I am also on a new macbook pro.)
Check out firewire, it'll tie with the fastest transfer your machine can handle, and it does not start and stop like USB so you get the gratification of watching a steady flowing progress bar.
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Replace the drive in your machine with a solid state drive. Buy a 256 or 512GB solid state drive (large enough to enjoy, 512GB's are pretty expensive right now as they're a month old). Buy an enclosure from newegg.com for the size of drive you bought and an eSATA connection. Put it all together and there you go: you'll get much closer to that max. Be sure to hit me up with your results, I am VERY interested to see just how much of an increase in speed you have. Whether other components are to blame.

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