TeraByte Support wrote:
> Means it the BIOS reported an error when it asked the BIOS to read from the
> If you have USB2, you can directly access it.
> "giulia" wrote in message news:firstname.lastname@example.org...
> TeraByte Support wrote:
> > See
> > If it's on a USB3 port , the BIOS must map it in as a drive when
> > at
> > boot. Otherwise attach to USB2 port.
> > If you have Image for Linux full version and license for BIBM as well,
> > can use partwork in the IFL GUI full version which supports USB3
> > "giulia" wrote in message news:email@example.com...
> > Hi
> > i have the lastest bootit bare metal
> > but it can't detects a wd my book 3TB
> > why?
> > thanks
> i got this error message , "bootit was unable to read from an area of hd5
> which is required to properly manage it"
> might you test this drive? will be fixed in the future update
> i tried everything but nothing
i found out this
if i turn my external hd on , and my desktop bibm works , i mean can detect my drive
i guess it's something related to the bios fast boot feature
maybe could be usefull to others