Ok, its a very new purchase, i even havent used for a full day, and already found issues and spend already FULL day to solve the problem without success. Thats why i am here.
Well, the strange situation is that i wouldnt come here if i didnt need to attach my external drive ( mechanical 256 GB Hard drive, set up into a usb box with usb cable ).
The strange matter, that brings me here in this forum, i meet for first time ever in my 24 years of each day pc experience. The only matter i was not familiar was that now with my CoreBox i use the W10, and in my entire experience i still have been used (just) W7 x64 ( Yes, my business is just fine with that ).
I did a present for myself and decided 2022 will be the year i will migrate to W10 with such a sweet pc like Chuwi CoreBox: CHUWI CoreBox Windows 10 Mini PC,Intel Core i5-8259U, 16GB+512GB, 2.4GHz/5GHz Dual WiFi/Gigabit Ethernet / 4K Decoding × 1
When i attach the external hard drive, the Windows start connecting, then disconneting, then connecting and then disconnecting the device… Yes, non stop.
I did my best in the last 24 hours, read so much info, and what i discovered was that i can not find a way for my external hard drive to connect properly.
The only few times i did it, ( connected to the CoreBox properly ) was when i go to Safe Mode ( where its inmost cases connected just fine ), then to restart to Normal mode, and voala, i have my external drive connected. Most of the time, when i restart the Windows, it still stay connected, until i unplug it, and then replug… it start again to connect, disconnect, and over and over and over again.
The HDD is just fine, I still have my other working station ( a laptop ) where this external drive i never ever had any type of similar "not able to connect properly " issues.
So I ask someone, from the authority here, let me first have access to whole pack of drivers related to my machine, because i think Chuwi must finally insert a page “Support//Download Drivers” in this beautiful site.
I will want to try to reinstall some of the drivers, maybe the chipset drivers too ( i am not sure ), some other drivers and so on, not only for my problem to solve, but for the reason i have paid for a hardware, assuming i will have access to its own original software. Am i correct i have such rights?
Little bit confused for the matter i still cant find anybody writing about this particular product ( CoreBox , not X, not Pro, not any other letters, just simply CORE BOX ). Didnt expect noone have coming around with this exact product as mine…
The question, are there any problems with flash drives attached to the usb ( 3.0 ) , the answer is NO, there is no problem to attach any flash drive, and it connects just fine.