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Ok, so I have a few hard drives in the hot swap ports of my 800d. Two are connected to the motherboard, the other two are not. I pulled out my two raptors to take pictures listing them on eBay (not connected to mobo), and all was well. But as soon as I put one back into its hot-swap bay, 10 seconds later I get a bsod of "critical object terminated"....Is there any way that even though I don't have a sata cable connected to that port, that somehow data is transmitted to the other drives via the hot-swap board? My other hypothesis is that when I was physically pushing the drive back in the bay, it mis-aligned the connections to my o.s. hard drive and caused it to bsod. Has anyone experienced this with this case or with hot swap bays in general?
post #2 of 10
Yep. Same here when I remove the drive no problem but just like you after like 5 seconds I get a BSOD.
Also: My power led has a bad contact.. mad.gif
Edited by Maximus4 - 1/30/12 at 11:33am
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Wow nice to know Im not alone, although its strange. I have looked at the hot swap board connections closely, but I cant see where it would transfer data from one connection to another, only power. I think that the pushing of the drive back into place may be just enough to dislodge my o.s. drive from the connection. Good thing I dont use the hot swap bays often.
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Wow nice to know Im not alone, although its strange. I have looked at the hot swap board connections closely, but I cant see where it would transfer data from one connection to another, only power. I think that the pushing of the drive back into place may be just enough to dislodge my o.s. drive from the connection. Good thing I dont use the hot swap bays often.

Yea I don't realy use it neither atm. But still it isn't working like its supposed to work and that's not cool...
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Yea I don't realy use it neither atm. But still it isn't working like its supposed to work and that's not cool...

True, for the money I paid, Id like to know I have a flawless product without any quirks.

You win some you lose some I guess. rolleyes.gif
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True, for the money I paid, Id like to know I have a flawless product without any quirks.
You win some you lose some I guess. rolleyes.gif

Yea I don't like it to know I have something that isn't working properly even if I don't realy use it. But my flicking power light is quite annoying though....
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Could it be that your connection is just loose to the mobo power connectors that the led wired into? Have you pulled off the from face of the case to see if the connection is loose to the led?
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Could it be that your connection is just loose to the mobo power connectors that the led wired into? Have you pulled off the from face of the case to see if the connection is loose to the led?

The led is not connected to the front panel..
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The led is not connected to the front panel..

I'm pretty sure a faulty panel is covered by the warranty. Contact Corsair and ask for a replacement, they have the best in class support.

And unless I'm mistaken, the power led is indeed connected to the removable front io panel, unless by front panel you mean the front aluminum bezel.

corsair-obsidian-usb3-upgrade.jpg
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I'm pretty sure a faulty panel is covered by the warranty. Contact Corsair and ask for a replacement, they have the best in class support.
And unless I'm mistaken, the power led is indeed connected to the removable front io panel, unless by front panel you mean the front aluminum bezel.
corsair-obsidian-usb3-upgrade.jpg

Aha thanks alot man ! Yes that's what I meant by front panel. Yea it seems the its broken as everything is connected properly. I will send an RMA request to corsair. Thanks alot man!
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