Confirmed. So this is what firmware 2.0.9 fixes.
just a month ago, the same happened to me after the firmware update to version 2.0.8, please see at #149My tests were consistent low. Dont have a clue
What puzzles me even more is that I get the same write disk mark speed with my 3.1 gen 1 usb port (laptop). It is like it is locked at that speed. Tried another cable I have. ----- Same results.just a month ago, the same happened to me after the firmware update to version 2.0.8, please see at #149
My latest tests for the JMS583 with the firmware 2.0.9 are good as never before but I'm not sure it will always be like this. Maybe next time I'll have the same problems once again.
A firmware downgrade would be a good thing but I don't know if it can be made. When I tried, I couldn't.
My write speeds are terrible. This firmware is not meant or designed for my orico enclosure. Will try to turn off bitlocker and recheck.
read speed 934
Write speed 131
removing bitlocker is the same
Thanks for the info. Most likely I have to re-edit the ini file.I did all my today downgrades and upgrades using the tool in the 2.0.9 folder.
To downgrade you need to use the ini I have posted in a previous post (I think your ini is similar to mine so I dont know why you cant downgrade).
So this step was also tested.
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