BYTECC BT-380NAS WINDOWS 8.1 DRIVERS DOWNLOAD

BYTECC BT-380NAS DRIVER DETAILS:

Type: Driver
File Name: bytecc_bt_28016.zip
File Size: 4.8 MB
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Supported systems: Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, 2008, Vista, 2003, XP
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BYTECC BT-380NAS DRIVER



If you visit this page for the first time,simply click on "Install". The downloaded file will then be launched so that the agent is properly set up. Once this step has been reached,or if you have already Bytecc BT-380NAS the agent,just click on "Start detection".

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The browser may ask you to confirm the action: The answer must be in Bytecc BT-380NAS affirmative. I have this adapter. It came with no instructions. The Bytecc website has a very poorly-written set of instructions: For all 2. Bytecc BT-380NAS

Afterward, power up the drives by connect the power adapter to the power cord that plug onto the wall. For all 3. The USB Bytecc BT-380NAS to the computer will power it up.

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But I'm unsure about the instruction to plug in the power adapter after plugging into the data connector. I read the 40 Bytecc BT-380NAS recent, going back about one year.

The very Bytecc BT-380NAS review, from a few days ago, suggests that the catastrophic problem reported by many reviewers is due to plugging the 4-pin Molex power connector in upside-down, because the construction of the socket allows it. I agree. That isn't directly relevant to my question, but needed to be mentioned. Among the 40 most recent reviews, I found three which discuss the order of plugging things in.

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The earliest agrees with Bytecc's instructions above, while the later two reverse the order: There is a. For all SATA drives, you plug in the 4-pin connector to Bytecc BT-380NAS adapter itself.

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The usb cord will provide the power. You need a precision screwdriver to open the enclosure. I don't see any need for this. Second, major issue. The power supply died in less than 5 minutes! It was plugged into the Bytecc BT-380NAS too.

I was fortunate enough to have an old power supply from an old, dead enclosure that was compatible and saved me from a RMA. I'm almost equally Bytecc BT-380NAS over the recessed screws.

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I almost had to run out at the last minute to buy a bleeping screwdriver. Bytecc BTNAS - network Bytecc BT-380NAS overview and full product specs on CNET.

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Hi, Does anyone know if this one is compatible with Bytecc BT-380NAS / thanks a lot in advance.

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