Stor.E Basics 2 to USB 3.0 HARD drive

Hello

I am trying to use this external HARD drive to backup my Synology DS212J (about 900 GB) data
Failed to backup NAS holds the ejected disc.
Check the Syno forums, it seems that the Syno has some compatibility issues with ext HDD using Jmicron Chipsets.

Anyone here know what kind of chipset is used in the basics of Stor.E 2 TB HDD USB3.0?

Thank you

Hello

To be honest, I don't know what type of regulator is used in this external HARD disk.
I guess that it s a common SATA controller and HARD drive also supports the SATA properties.

But in my opinion, even if you want to know the name of the controller, it would be very useful.
Either the HARD disk is compatible and the NAS can manage this type of HARD drive or not fully compatible sound and in this case, you will need to use another.

I don t think you have other options.

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