The issue wasn't with HDDs according to what you linked. To quote: "This issue has only been observed with a small subset of USB SuperSpeed thumb drives and does not affect other USB peripherals."It seems no one is complaining about it.
Can anyone test it with a plugged in external HDD and then sleep/wake the MBA?
Hi, can you share your source of Information?
Stop worrying about it. It's the most inflated minor bug ever. The link says its even software patchable as well.Hi, can you share your source of Information?
As far as i know all of the Lynx chipset group are affected. Also the QM87 HM87 and HM86, the mobile versions.
You will also see here that there's no mention of U and Y series chipset at all. If its named, it should be named U-something.Single-chip BGA-based Haswell implementations wont exhibit the issue, as Intel intervened with updated chipset components on those soldered-down packages.
Well, I've started to worry about it indeed!
Thanks. Please keep us posted.Well, I've started to worry about it indeed!
My first CCC clone to an external USB3 drive looks fine until I try to reboot. I can select it to be the startup drive in preferences, but when the restart is attempted it isn't seen. I will make a clone to my 2TB WD My Passport this evening and try again. If it also fails, the only way I will keep this machine is if apple gives me a free TB - USB3 dongle and THAT works
If there is a patch done during reboot, then it just won't work as a startup drive.
Hopefully others will try this too, but I will report back more results in 12 hours or so.