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so samsung830(seagate) it is then?

Samsung SSD division was not part of the deal with Sesgate, only HDD.

Glad to know that Crucial will have a fix for this shortly.


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The title of this thread needs to be changed badly.

The drives are not dying and that's the false impression way too many people are getting.

The drive will get a firmware update and it's over.
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I bought one. Hoping a firmware update is all it needs.
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I bought one. Hoping a firmware update is all it needs.

Same here! Bought myself a 64GB last month
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The title of this thread needs to be changed badly.
The drives are not dying and that's the false impression way too many people are getting.
The drive will get a firmware update and it's over.

Ya, all this whining is pretty lame. Come'on people, the problem was just discovered, and they have a firmware update to fix it coming out in 2 weeks. Give it a rest already! rolleyes.gif
Be glad you bought the M4. Product support is great!thumb.gif
 
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Damn I just got my m4 yesterday frown.gif

If you don't want it, return it and buy something else. Easy!thumb.gif
 
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I've got 2 x M4's, this sucks..

From now on I'll stick with Intel or Samsung.
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Argh. I hope the firmware update doesn't wipe my OS. I don't know about you guys but doing a clean OS install, adding all my programs, settings, etc is a long and painful process for me.
    
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post #139 of 481
Yikes. i just got A M4 64 for my build and my dads christmas build. Hope it is just a easy firmware update. In my opinion o well if its not....5200 hours for a lightning fast $99.99 drive is worth it to me that 866 days or more for how often my pc is on.wink.gif
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I've got 4101 hours on my 256GB M4 and i'm not panicking!! I trust crucial will have a fix soon.
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