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Originally Posted by ryder View Post

Noob question, how do I do this using a USB drive?

I've downloaded the file, do I just drag it on my USB then somehow boot from the USB?
Step by step guide from crucial in the links.

http://edge.crucial.com/firmware/m4/000F/ProductFlyer-letter_m4-firmware000F_04-12.pdf
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*edit

thanks Sean, +rep
Edited by ryder - 7/24/12 at 9:27pm
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i get that, i just don't see a .iso file?

i downloaded the file and it is an .exe

This has been a nightmare.. Using the tool I now have a missing mbr, in addition when I out my windows 7 disc in to run a repair it says it doesn't recognize my version.

I just wanna burn this file to an iso and update that way but I don't know how. I've downloaded the file, but it is a zip file, then a .exe. Where is the iso? Do I need a special iso burner or does win 7 have a built in tool to burn an iso?

I know you guys hate giving step by step info but this has been such a headache and the crucial link hasn't helped me find the ISO file, it just gives me a zip then exe file

Link to ISO here: http://www.overclock.net/t/1241906/crucial-m4-000f-firmware-is-out#post_16950848
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Update with Crucial's Windows updater application:
Guide: (link)
Download: (link)

Update firmware manually with CD or USB drive:
Guide: (link)
Download: (link)

You haven't read the guide step by step lol. Burn the ISO to a CD or follow the guide I linked you to make a USB to update.
post #64 of 75
When I run the update it says "There are no SSDs on your system that need to be updated". How to find out what firmware version I have?
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When I run the update it says "There are no SSDs on your system that need to be updated". How to find out what firmware version I have?

 

Just in case YOU or anyone else might still need to figure this part out ===========================================================

 

If you've never updated your FIRMWARE before, it SHOULD be ON your DRIVE itself ...

OR the BEST WAY to be SURE ...

 

Validating the Current Firmware Revision

Windows 7 allows the user to check the current firmware revision of the drive by following these steps:

• Click the Windows “Start” button, and select “Computer.”

• On the disk icon which represents your drive, right-click and select “Properties.”

• In the window that pops up, select the “Hardware” tab.

• In the All Disk Drives list, highlight your SSD drive(s), and click the “Properties” button.

• In the next window that opens, select the “Details” page.

• Under the Property pull-down menu, select “Hardware Ids,” and you will see the following display:

 

• The current firmware revision is circled in red above. If the firmware revision says “000F,” no further action is necessary.

 

 

   
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There are many ways to check the firmware of a SSD. If you use the Intel SSD Toolbox, just put the mouse pointer over the SSD (any, not just Intel's) and the firmware version will be displayed.

If you use Intel's IRST driver, the Windows IRST GUI will display the firmware of any drive connected to the Intel SATA ports.

Many hardware info and monitoring tools will show a drives firmware.
post #67 of 75
very simple and quick... i am updated.. wooo lol
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Hey all, just saw new M4 Firmware '010G'

Anyone tried it?

http://www.crucial.com/support/firmware.aspx
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Version 010G includes the following changes:

• Improved Trim response time
• Improved power-on-to-ready time (known as POR, or TTR for Time-to-ready)
• Improved resume-time from low power modes, and improved reliability of warm reboot
• Improved power consumption by disabling HIPM (Host Initiated Power Management)
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Hey all, just saw new M4 Firmware '010G'

Anyone tried it?

http://www.crucial.com/support/firmware.aspx
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Version 010G includes the following changes:

• Improved Trim response time
• Improved power-on-to-ready time (known as POR, or TTR for Time-to-ready)
• Improved resume-time from low power modes, and improved reliability of warm reboot
• Improved power consumption by disabling HIPM (Host Initiated Power Management)
Yea, there is a whole thread on it already: www.overclock.net/t/1309723/crucial-m4-010g-firmware-is-out
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Yea, there is a whole thread on it already: www.overclock.net/t/1309723/crucial-m4-010g-firmware-is-out

Sorry, yes i was looking in the wrong thread
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