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It might be a good idea to save these results pictures and post new ones in one month as to compare if this firmware update really did fix things.
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    I agree.  We'll see how it goes soon enough! smile.gif
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One more screenshot, this time for Crucial M500 120GB, SATA II laptop, OS drive, used space 39 GB, free space 72 GB.

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Would this also manifest itself as a controller error? My system is freezing up and I've been wracking my brains out trying to troubleshoot. With only my 840 (non EVO) SSD in, when the system freezes, it shows the atapi controller error in my event log.
"The driver detected a controller error on \Device\Ide\IdePort2."

Basically my system would freeze for a couple of minutes, then proceed as normal. Just started happening a couple of weeks ago.

I've run the SSDReadspeed test without defragging. I'll post another when I'm done w/ defrag.

Image below is for 120GB 840 SSD


Edited by joesc - 10/20/14 at 5:44pm
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Here's the run for my 120GB 840 SSD after defragging with MyDefrag. Overall a much more consistent response time. Although doesn't seem to have helped with my controller errors showing up in the event log.

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Would this also manifest itself as a controller error? My system is freezing up and I've been wracking my brains out trying to troubleshoot. With only my 840 (non EVO) SSD in, when the system freezes, it shows the atapi controller error in my event log.
"The driver detected a controller error on \Device\Ide\IdePort2."

Basically my system would freeze for a couple of minutes, then proceed as normal. Just started happening a couple of weeks ago.

    That sounds more like a bad (or poorly connected) SATA cable to me.  Try a different cable, or unplug the existing cable and try turning it around.  Another thing (this wouldn't be causing the hangups): Is your SATA controller running in IDE (legacy) mode, or in AHCI mode?  I ask because the error message you gave seems to indicate that it is running in IDE mode.
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I do find it particularly interesting that the Windows only firmware released requires you to run their dodgy tool which obviously moves the data around.
The question is, is the problem actually fixed?
I can't just "move the data around" on my PS4 Samsung Evo, so I need to remove it, flash it, re-install all my PS4 software. Fine no problems, except who knows if the entire fix is just the moving of data? :/

I'm skeptical now it's 100% fixed.
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I do find it particularly interesting that the Windows only firmware released requires you to run their dodgy tool which obviously moves the data around.
The question is, is the problem actually fixed?
I can't just "move the data around" on my PS4 Samsung Evo, so I need to remove it, flash it, re-install all my PS4 software. Fine no problems, except who knows if the entire fix is just the moving of data? :/

I'm skeptical now it's 100% fixed.

As am I.
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Looks to be quite the improvement.
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As am I.

It's a worry because ripping my PS4 HDD out, doing all that work to it, just to have the problem potentially come back is a concern.
How can Samsung have even fixed it so quickly and tested without "aging" the data somehow? They only found out about it a month back.
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