Hi all, I recently bought the HP N40L as a home NAS system. I've connected an IcyBox 5.25" caddy to it, inside which sits a blu-ray player. It connects and is recognised initially fine, and the drive can be seen in My Computer. Then randomly after a period of use (say, 5 or 10 minutes), it drops off the radar. There are some errors in the event viewer, one error titled "cdrom" and a warning titled "atapi", both of which don't yield anything obvious other than memory dumps. Also strangely, as I type this, it has dropped off but the copy I'm doing from the blu-ray drive is still progressing. I have verified that the issue isn't with the caddy, the drive itself, or the cable because it works when plugged into my laptop. Does anyone know if there are some BIOS settings / power management settings that are attributable to this issue? Cheers. EDIT === OK so when I thought it was continuing to read, it was in fact not working correctly. The data it read after disappearing was corrupt. I'm going to try the same read on my laptop tonight to re-confirm that the caddy / cable / drive work as expected. One last thing for me to try is instead of connecting the caddy via esata, connect via USB instead and see if it disappears again.