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Thanks man, the USB worked a treat. +rep smile.gif

Glad to know it worked out for you smile.gif
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can this be done with a usb drive?
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can this be done with a usb drive?

It pays to look through the whole thread wink.gif

But here's my guide:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1195353/crucial-m4-hourly-reboot-bug-solved-firmware-released/330#post_16185138

Hope it works for you smile.gif
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Well done Crucial - glad to see you didn't pull an "AMD"
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So is it a safe SSD now? Or is it still having issues?
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So is it a safe SSD now? Or is it still having issues?

It is safe, I updated 3 myself, all went through fine. The drive is great.
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So is it a safe SSD now? Or is it still having issues?

As sean said. Perfectly safe. I have done on two dif ssd in under 5 minutes. Perfect performance after in all benchmarks.
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655 hours and not a single bsod. I never updated the firmware.
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post #389 of 481
Wow a fix already?, amazing biggrin.gif, so glad i bought one, M4 128GB, 156 hours biggrin.gif.
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WARNING: The firmware update process is done entirely at your own risk. Before initiating the update process be sure to backup or make copies of all important files. If the firmware process is interrupted your solid-state drive may not function properly.

Downgrading firmware has been suggested by some as a possible fix for various issues. However, doing so will cause the drive to be unusable, and also voids your Crucial SSD product warranty. Please do not attempt to downgrade (a.k.a. down rev) the firmware from version 0006 to version 0002. If you have questions or need assistance, please contact our Technical Support department.

disclaimer from the Crucial Firmware d/l page...
http://www.crucial.com/support/firmware.aspx?AID=10273954&PID=4003003&SID=nlyoi2n0ayel

So, am i to understand, that we download the firmware flash to fix Crucial's foul up of the M4s and in doing so void our warranty?????????? WT*???
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