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    Angry ASUS ROG Notebook GX701GX and issue with USB Case for SSD (USB Attached SCSI (UAS))

    I have a ASUS ROG Notebook GX701GX with USB 3.1 Gen1 and 3.1 Gen2
    I have buyed a External case USB-C with UAS for SSD KINGSTON 240GB A400 2,5" SATA

    When I connect the case with USB 3 connector, the USB device was added in Windows device list:
    USB Attached SCSI (UAS))

    And in the list of Storage Device:
    Virtual Disk SCSI

    If I connect the USB case disk in another computer, if the port is USB2.0 , SSD work fine.

    I have tryed to:
    - Change the cable with USB C, USB 3.1 Gen2 certificate.
    - follow instruction of Microsoft to disable power saving
    - I have connect the SSD with external adapter USB (for IDE e SATA disk) with power adapter and work fine, but is recognized in USB Device, not SCSI UAS.
    - I have read the issue is diffused to update of Windows 10, to support USB 3 advanced feature
    - ecc.. ecc..

    Someone who knows exactly how it works and can explain and help me?
    I don't think there are faulty components, other than a device recognition problem.

    POSUGEAR Case Esterno per Disco Rigido 2.5", USB C 3.1 Gen 2(6Gbps) con UASP, Enclosure Hard Disk Caso per 2.5 '' HDD SSD SATA I/II/III 7mm e 9,5mm, Tool Free, Trasparente
    SSD: Kingston SSD A400, 240 GB Drive a Stato Solido, 2.5", SATA 3
    WINDOWS: 10 1909 x64


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