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Other than the setting in the 'Power Plan', I'm not sure how to prevent other drives from going to sleep. Maybe that 1 setting controls all HDD's?
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post Yesterday, 01:59 PM
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Separate controls sounds like overkill to me. But will all HDDs be awakened at the same time, or separately when needed?
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Seems to me 1 setting can control all drives. I did not write Windows and MS didn't ask for my help. But, if I did write it I would use 1 setting for all drives. The sleep clock starts when a drive is finished reading/writing. The sleep clock resets when the drive is accessed. Therefore, only drives that are needed will wake up, not all at once.
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I think they awake separately, at least they used to. I could hear that on my old machine. Probably on this too, but I haven't payed attention to it.
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