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I modified the 02M3 firmware loader. It can be found at

http://ultrashare.de/f/9857/iSSDFUT.exe.html

You have to replace the original iSSDFUT.exe with the exe above on Intel firmware updater cd.

Good luck with updating.
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Originally Posted by Silviu View Post
Thank u verry much Telnet it worked
Here is the iso modified in case somebody else wants it :
http://rapidshare.com/files/44521350...M388208850.ISO

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All the links are dead.

Please reupload. Thank you
Edited by kstud - 5/3/11 at 12:37pm
post #262 of 285
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All the links are dead.

Please reupload. Thank you
https://rapidshare.com/files/461484882/iSSDFUT.exe
post #263 of 285
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Nice one thanks Telnet
post #264 of 285
Hi there,

I followed the instructions in the first post and got as far as seeing the "TRIM"-sign highlighted in black in the crystildiskinfo-window. The Intel toolbar didn't work for me, but what really disturbed me first, is that the kingston drive from now on appears in the taskbar-icon "secure withdrawal".
But the really bad issue decided to reveal itself some time later: The drive just dies down from one to another second without any warning! As this has happened the third time since 4pm yesterday, I'm really worried about having damaged my htpc-booting-drive.
Is there any oppinion to restore the old firmware?

Best regards,
Satinav
post #265 of 285
I'm aware of the fact that damaging the drive ist my own fault as I followed your instructions. But why won't anyone even reply to my question - it's been three days since i asked for help
Did you (telnet/Enterprise) even think of restoring the old firmware when you found out that method?
post #266 of 285
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Hi there,

I followed the instructions in the first post and got as far as seeing the "TRIM"-sign highlighted in black in the crystildiskinfo-window. The Intel toolbar didn't work for me, but what really disturbed me first, is that the kingston drive from now on appears in the taskbar-icon "secure withdrawal".
But the really bad issue decided to reveal itself some time later: The drive just dies down from one to another second without any warning! As this has happened the third time since 4pm yesterday, I'm really worried about having damaged my htpc-booting-drive.
Is there any oppinion to restore the old firmware?

Best regards,
Satinav
The part with "Safely remove hardware and eject media" is normal. What u need to do is install Intel® Rapid Storage Technology and it will "go away"
The other part with drive dying, i have no ideea tho mine works perfect till now and i am on latest FW 2CV102M3, before i had it on FW 2CV102HD, and first when i buyed it 2CV102HA
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post #267 of 285
Ok thanks. As I don't want another driver installation (on my htpc I install as few drivers as possible) it's ok for me, that the drive appears in the "safely remove"-area, when that's an "common bug".
As the dying down happens to the hole system, I'm currently believing it has to do with my power supply, the chassis or the mainboard.
I've tested the Kingston a while in a dockingstation and it seems to work fine so far.
Edited by Satinav - 7/22/11 at 8:33am
post #268 of 285
Thread Starter 
The Firmware Update would not make your drive intermittently die down. As you say, it is likely another component. As for your drive appearing as ''Safely remove hardware'' or something of that nature, do not worry.
post #269 of 285
Thanks for your reply!
post #270 of 285
Can someone explain the process to go from Firmware 2CV102HD to the newest Firmware 2CV102M3 and provide the modified files or ISO?

Also does someone have a HEX edited version of Intel Solid State Toolbox 3.0 that works?
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