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Yeah modding it basically unlocks the Toolbox to allow for other SSD's with Intel Internals to work with the application. It will still work for your Intel drives as you have already found out. Yeah Unfortunately Intel have gone and changed things with 1.3 and I am no genius with Hex Editing and where to find the Address that will manipulate the application. I will PM Telnet and see if he has any idea. If anyone can do it, its him lol.
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Yeah modding it basically unlocks the Toolbox to allow for other SSD's with Intel Internals to work with the application. It will still work for your Intel drives as you have already found out. Yeah Unfortunately Intel have gone and changed things with 1.3 and I am no genius with Hex Editing and where to find the Address that will manipulate the application. I will PM Telnet and see if he has any idea. If anyone can do it, its him lol.
In the meantime - save toolbox 1.2 in a safe place for any future needs...I have it saved in different locations on different media. Thanks Intel ...
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I registered here just to say thank u verry much to Enterprise and Telnet for guides and files, i managed to get it working.
A small question: now that version 1.3 from SSD toolbox is out can Telnet take a look over and see if it can be modified to support Kingston SSD`s ? I tryed to look over it but did not find the correct hex address. Thank u again
I didn't know a new version was out. For version 1.3 you have to change byte 25359 ($630f) from 16h to 17h. All drives are Intel drives after that modification.
Edited by Telnet - 4/3/10 at 2:41am
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Cheers Telnet that's awesome. I will put that into this guide a little later.

Cheers bro.
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I didn't know a new version was out. For version 1.3 you have to change byte 25359 ($630f) from 16h to 17h. All drives are Intel drives after that modification.
Forgive me, I am probably seeing things incorrectly as modifying toolbox is the first time I have used a hex editor, but I am seeing address 25359 as showing 00 unmodifid. How do we change this from 16h to 17h. Thanks
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Forgive me, I am probably seeing things incorrectly as modifying toolbox is the first time I have used a hex editor, but I am seeing address 25359 as showing 00 unmodifid. How do we change this from 16h to 17h. Thanks
Using XVI32 as your Hex Editor, do this:
  1. File
  2. Open...
  3. Choose Intel SSD Toolbox.exe
  4. Click Open
  5. Address
  6. Goto...
  7. Choose hexadecimal
  8. Type $630F inside the box
  9. Click OK
  10. Modify value by replacing 16 with 17
  11. Save

Done .
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Using XVI32 as your Hex Editor, do this:
  1. File
  2. Open...
  3. Choose Intel SSD Toolbox.exe
  4. Click Open
  5. Address
  6. Goto...
  7. Choose hexadecimal
  8. Type $630F inside the box
  9. Click OK
  10. Modify value by replacing 16 with 17
  11. Save

Done .
Thanks, worked great.
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thanks man, or should I say men ..modified worked ..and then I saw this last page, naturaly
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hi there, im using kingston ssdnow v series G2 64gb. (SNV425) when i use intel tool box. it keep show me failed without any error msg. Does that mean iam not able to use?

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The 64GB Series does not use Intel Internal workings. So the Intel SSD Optimizer is not able to work with it.
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