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  1. S. Young says:
    style=”margin-bottom:0.5em;”> 22 of 22 people found the following review helpful:
     5.0 out of 5 stars So Far So Good , 18 February 2012
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    I do not know about the rest of you, but I’ve tried the devil’s own time, a USB 3.0 hub, which functions properly. Some I did not go further than the reviews here on Amazon and other places. They seem to disappear all the same problem with drives, or stroke in high gear refuses to work after a while. Based on the initial positive reviews, last summer I bought a LaCie Hub, only to find out that, like the rest of the pack, it is a POS. I ended up having to return and replace you. The first one, then the last month I started having problems with my computer After God knows how many hours of troubleshooting, I found that. The problem is not with the computer but with the LaCie Hub If it is connected to the computer at startup, the computer would not boot at all. Be recognized, I found that when I restarted the computer, without it being connected, then connected the hub would, but only as 2.0 hub. LaCie replaced it (again!!), But in the meantime I saw this one has just been released from IOGear. I have pretty good experience with their products, so I gave him a chance.
    I W7/64 Pro as my OS, and so far it works fine. It was recognized with no problems … than 3.0 hub … and transmission rates are in “normal” USB 3.0 speeds, which I found to depend primarily on the capacity of hard drives to write data. In no way am I? “Recommendation” that device. Only time will tell if IOGear has managed what just about everyone else has failed to develop a reliable USB 3.0 hub that works not only from the first day, but in the long term. In the meantime, I’d say, “so far, so good”, and update this review periodically
    update after 5 weeks. This product is still performing flawlessly. I have zero problems with it …… not disappear drives, no crashes, nothing
    update after five months. ZERO problems. It works so well that I bought a second.

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  • C says:
    style=”margin-bottom:0.5em;”> 9 of 9 people found the following review helpful:
     5.0 out of 5 stars satisfied, but you can use this tip if access to drives disappear , 18 June 2012
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    With only one USB 3.0 port on my laptop one hub in order
    . I read many reviews on different products and had a hard time trying to find a hub, where the people were not with problems.
    After reading fairly positive reviews here, I want to 4-Port USB 3.0 Hub iogear GUH374 decided to buy in June 2012
    . I put it in, and it was recognized by Windows 7 Home Premium (64bit) immediately.
    I put 2 3 TB USB 3.0 drives in and everything looked good.
    I had a few terabytes of a transfer drive to the other, and began the process immediately.
    The speeds I saw on resource monitor were pretty good.
    Alas, to somewhere between 2 and 3 hours, all the sudden windows explorer said that the current file that has been trying to copy it could not be found. Weird! Leave this instance alone, I popped another Windows Explorer and navigate on both drives – although the drive letters are in “Computer” present, and although I could see directories were the files are not accessible from the source and simply not also listed all on the destination drive
    Here’s what I think. solved the problem for me.
    I ran “Computer Management” and went into Device Manager / Universal Serial Bus controllers.
    where I right clicked on “Renesas Electronics USB 3.0 Hub” (not the host controller or The Root Hub lines) and selected properties and then called the Power Management tab
    . I saw a check box “Leave off the power to save energy.”
    — I
    not much confidence that this would help because I already stated in Windows “Advanced Settings” for left my current “Power Plan” and under USB settings that “USB selective suspend” should be turned off when the machine is “Plugged in” will be, save the changes, restart the laptop and started to copy the data again, only the lengthy drives have “semi-disappear” again after a few hours.
    — I
    the box un-checked and clicked “ok” and restart the copy began again and went to bed.
    The next morning
    all files are copied, and both drives are still accessible.
    Sweet!
    I hope this info helps someone
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  • Steven R. Roth "AKA GeneralEclectic" says:
    style=”margin-bottom:0.5em;”> 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
     1.0 out of 5 stars cut corners cheaped out. , 7th September 2012
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    I agree with the comments here to cut corners on cable lengths. But wait! It gets worse. There are reviews, the problems associated with external hard drives to mention it. Maybe I have an explanation for it. IOGear cheaped OUT on the AC adapter. Very Cheap! The one who came out with the hub for an amazing 1.4ADC at 5VDC. Oh well. Is not that special. Memo to IOGear: The USB3 standard requires current capability of 900mA at the port. Four ports? 4 x 900mA = 3.6ADC Please tell me, IOGear how to squeeze out one plan 3.6A 1.4A adapter? Magic? Fairy Dust? Incantations? Wishful thinking? HOW? Shooting. I have a higher capacity adapter with a couple of $ 10 4-Port USB2 Hub I bought three years ago.
    This kind of bugs me. And it should bug anyone. With external loads, the count to 900mA, which would be expected to include HDDs, which are to be plugged into USB3-compliant power sources IMO, IOGear owes every buyer this an appropriate adapter. That goes double considering how expensive this thing is compared to many alternatives. You think that you are paying for a premium product and you slip garbage. Well done, IOGear.
    are suckered
    For those of us who have been in buying this thing this adapter more or less standard. You can find them in many places, including here on Amazon. They are not expensive. (And they were even less expensive IOGear who would buy them in large quantities, so there is even less reason to your customers with the junk you come, IOGear screws.) Works
    If it matters, I have the Hub okay at the moment for light loads such as flash drives. I have not yet had the pleasure of hooking demanding something. I can not wait.

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  • A. Krulisky "Mac and PC user" says:
    style=”margin-bottom:0.5em;”> 30 of 30 people found the following review helpful:
     5.0 out of 5 stars > satisfied after initial difficulties , 11th May 2009
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    review is from: IOGEAR 2-Port USB 2.0 Printer Auto Sharing Switch GUB211 (Black) (Personal Computers)

    I recommend this product highly. I had some difficulty the unit to my PC / Vista system, but had immediate success to find the right with my Macintosh system. When I called tech support, I was able to and choose the correct printer driver weird on my PC. It’s wonderful to be able to send documents to the same printer from both my Mac and PC and not have to go and manually select the printer or AC cable. This product is very solid, without . treat peculiarities

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  • Techie says:
    style=”margin-bottom:0.5em;”> 27 of 29 people found the following review helpful:
     3.0 out of 5 stars not fully Plug & Play , 10 December 2009
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    The device works fine, but the installation Installation to install full driver for my printer on two computers, and then the device drivers on both computers. After this whole process, I still need a program IOGear supplies every time I need to connect the printer to switch to the other computer run.
    This is definitely not a KVM level device and the documentation implies that no end user action or installation (Plug and Play) is necessary.

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  • T. Lekas "The Greek" says:
    style=”margin-bottom:0.5em;”> 18 of 18 people found the following review helpful:
     5.0 out of 5 stars IOGear 2-Port USB 2.0 Printer Auto Sharing Switch , 24th May 2009
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    It’s a small part, works great. If you only have two CPU sharing a printer that’s it. The software is easy! It is usually only in the background. On my laptop I have set it up so it does not start automatically. Instead, i just click on the icon, if I want to print, the window appears, click on the “OK” button and print. Then I quit the program and again, it is no longer running in the background.

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