Re: black screen with NTDLR is missing message
1.What is the maximum current consumption on Sata drive (for Fit-PC2)?
There is no current limiter on SATA. I don't think it is an overcurrent issue - maximum current is when the disk spins-up, not after 5 hrs of operation.
2. We can use the Toshiba drive with 5VDC 1Amp?
(currently drive in use is seagate with 5VDC 0.5 Amp)
Since the problem occurs consistently across systems after several hours of operation I suspect a SW/configuration issue. Seems like the IDE interface, SATA bridge or HDD gets into an unhandled state. The USB devices/device drivers may also play a role in the instability.
What to do -
- In BIOS set C-States to "GV3 only".
- If possible check with another hard disk
- Disable/disconnect the USB devices and see if the system is stable. If so, start reconnecting the devices one at a time until the system fails. Then focus on that specific device and its driver to work around the contention.