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post #111 of 120
Okay since i reinstalled my system and went testing the toolboxses i found something strange....while 3.0.0 works perfectly and unlocks all drives as intel the other 2 versions 3.0.2 and 3.0.3 report all drives as intel and unlocks all options but when you try to run mainitance it says "drive not a intel ssd" and wont let you do anything. Thats modifying as Telnet sugested, i gues intel put some extra check to disable us from using new versions. Il put a ss when i get home from work smile.gif



Thanks
Vladimir
post #112 of 120
Could someone re-up the 3.0.0 please? All links in this thread seem be to inactive. TIA smile.gif
post #113 of 120
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Originally Posted by ShaTR View Post

Could someone re-up the 3.0.0 please? All links in this thread seem be to inactive. TIA smile.gif

anyone?
post #114 of 120
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?
post #115 of 120
still using this drive in my htpc, and am moving to windows 8. does anyone know how to mod the latest ssd toolbox, or have a modified exe? would be greatly helpful. thanks
post #116 of 120
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Originally Posted by Veedo View Post

still using this drive in my htpc, and am moving to windows 8. does anyone know how to mod the latest ssd toolbox, or have a modified exe? would be greatly helpful. thanks

Yep, you'll need to install the Intel SSD Toolbox 3.0.0 package first - here's a working link http://www.sendspace.com/file/tqll7s
Once done, replace the .exe file in your "C:\Program Files (x86)\Intel\Intel(R) Solid-State Drive Toolbox" folder with this one : http://web.newsguy.com/nomnet/Intel-SSD-Toolbox.zip
post #117 of 120
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Originally Posted by Nom View Post

Yep, you'll need to install the Intel SSD Toolbox 3.0.0 package first - here's a working link http://www.sendspace.com/file/tqll7s
Once done, replace the .exe file in your "C:\Program Files (x86)\Intel\Intel(R) Solid-State Drive Toolbox" folder with this one : http://web.newsguy.com/nomnet/Intel-SSD-Toolbox.zip

its looking like windows 8 doesn't like that version. I am getting a user interface mode not supported error.
post #118 of 120
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Originally Posted by Veedo View Post

its looking like windows 8 doesn't like that version. I am getting a user interface mode not supported error.

Bummer. If you scroll up to post #111 it looks like the later versions don't allow patching in the same way...
post #119 of 120
Hi guys does this still work with the latest version of toolbox, just done a fresh installed downloaded the latest versions and saw it doesnt work now frown.gif as telnet gave up fixing the toolbox to work with our old drives?
post #120 of 120
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Originally Posted by homerj View Post

Hi guys does this still work with the latest version of toolbox, just done a fresh installed downloaded the latest versions and saw it doesnt work now frown.gif as telnet gave up fixing the toolbox to work with our old drives?
It works with v3.0.0 - working links are in http://www.overclock.net/t/660723/using-your-kingston-40gb-ssd-with-intel-ssd-toolbox/110#post_18580422
After that, I don't know - there aren't any patching instructions for the later versions...
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