The time now is I’ll try to send another ticket. I tried disabling USB 2. Tags for this Thread g31m-es2l. I needed the smaller mobo since I was changing to a new case. It takes 10 times longer for the boot image and initramfs to load off the flash than the K8NE did.

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But aside from the USB thing, this board rocks!

I also have other Enclosures here and tried those, it is still slow. My usb devices won’t turn off even if the system is off, but that is a different story. It is normal as a normal hdd connected to a SATA port.

I hope I get news from gigabyte. I’ve tried several different flash drives but no luck.

They haven’t replied yet. I hope some people who has this board can confirm that it is normal. Once it is loaded, the sytem itself is much faster that the old one, but the us loading of the boot image and initramfs from the flash is KILLING me, since I am constantly rebooting to test new code usbb multiple configs. If so please remove it and test again. So I tried an enclosure of a 3. I don’t know about the rev 2. I think I’ll just stick with it because I’m already happy with this boards performance.


Gigabyte GA-G31M-ES2L User Manual: Usb Controller; Usb Keyboard Support

I just tried now. I tried disabling USB 2. Join Date Jun Posts 1. I just got the replacement motherboard sealed and new from the box and it has the same exact problem. I removed the hard drive from the enclosure and ran figabyte through one of my SATA ports.

It takes 10 times longer for the boot image and initramfs to load off the flash than the K8NE did. I use several different flash drives with different configs for testing. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: I’m also having problems with the USB power. They both have ICH7, if than even matters. This by far is the weirdest ever.

G31M-ES2L / USB Speed issue

Well, the USB booting is a no biggie because I can wait. I think it runs SATA 3. I don’t know what is giganyte

Tags for this Gigzbyte g31m-es2l. I ask that because I know some devices have their own controllers which can conflict with the onboard ones. Hmm, is there a jumper on the back of the drive? I’m more concerned about the USB slowness.


But after the boot process and it is already in the desktop. I think USB 2. I see often they reply in hours, but it is already Friday night there now. Do you have a different USB Device you could test boot from, or can you remove the drive from that one and boot from the drive only? Results 1 to 10 of