This has been fixed in the latest firmware update - works fine now
Source Transfer Width
1 = Use 128-bit source read width.
0 = Use 32-bit source read width.
I didn't know this - why is that and what kind of issues are we talking about?Joe Schmoe wrote: It is also true that when you put it into the /etc/rc* sequence, if it fails, it gums up your booting process (and this can be fatal). You have to be careful what you put there. Human frailty and all that...