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Beta v2.0.2.4

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Release information

Keys:

(*) General information.

(B) Bug fix.

(u) Updated feature.

(n) New feature.

(d) Driver change.

(k) Known issue or limitations.

 

Release v2.0.2.4 beta (2013-12-4)

(B) File balancing not identifying drives correctly. This could cause files to be moved to the wrong drives.

(B) An internal worker thread can deadlock causing the task to stall.

(u) A number of performance improvements with both the file health and balance monitors.

(B) A number of fixes to the Drive Bender Manager.

(B) Drive Bender console compatibility issue.

(B) The WHS Drive Bender health service had an error when starting.

 

IMPORTANT - This version contains a new generation driver, please follow these upgrade notes.

Once you have installed and restarted your machine, check that the mount point(s) have come up. If not, open the "Driver Utility" and select "Uninstall v4 drivers" and then restart. The mount point(s) should now come up without issues.

 

All beta versions can be downloaded from here.

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While this might not be the right topic, i just wanted to ask if the 'Event-ID 153' error is fixed in version 2?

 

As said in this thread using Windows 8 with Drive Bender can cause 

 

Source:        disk

Date:          05.12.2013 02:24:10

Event ID:      153

Description:

The IO operation at logical block address 40 for Disk 9 was retried.

 

While i thought this was fixed, i still get it in Windows 8 x64 with v1.9.5.0. Just to be on the safe side i wanted to ask if this will get fixed with v2?

 

 

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While this might not be the right topic, i just wanted to ask if the 'Event-ID 153' error is fixed in version 2?

 

As said in this thread using Windows 8 with Drive Bender can cause 

 

Source:        disk

Date:          05.12.2013 02:24:10

Event ID:      153

Description:

The IO operation at logical block address 40 for Disk 9 was retried.

 

While i thought this was fixed, i still get it in Windows 8 x64 with v1.9.5.0. Just to be on the safe side i wanted to ask if this will get fixed with v2?

 

We believe this is an issue with Windows 8 as the same error can occur on normal drives (usually SSD for some reason).

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