I feel it put hard drive to sleep too often, so I want to make hard drive active time longer.
Thanks for posting with your comment.
While we’re unfortunately not able to adjust the sleep timer from 10 minutes, there are a couple of applications that can be used to keep a drive spinning.
On Windows, Crystal Disk tools are the option I personally prefer, and on OS X I’ve used Caffiene. In either case, the application simply makes a write to the drive at a time you set, so anything under 10:00 will keep the drive spinning.
Hope this helps!
What makes the drive go to sleep after 10 minutes? Is it the enclosure’s firmware, or is it the operating system itself?
Also where can I download updated firmware (or check that I have the latest)?