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i see your health is restored to 100% cool, did you notice anything else
post #12 of 19
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i see your health is restored to 100% cool, did you notice anything else
That was about it.

I would say my boot up times are around the same, fast.

EDIT:

I think I spoke too soon. After booting up my computer today I noticed that my sound and NIC weren't working. I restarted the computer and they were working fine but I'm getting UAC pop-ups anytime I open a file. I tried seeing if it got enabled somehow but I get a blank Window that opens for a few seconds and closes.

Ah crap. Not sure if this is related to the firmware but everything was perfectly fine last night. All I did was play a few rounds of BF:BF2 Vietnam and run LinX thereafter.
Edited by SimpleTech - 1/31/11 at 8:55am
post #13 of 19
+ Rep.

Thanks to OP im at the top of the Intel charts now

Before


After flash


I also gained 1% in ssd health.
post #14 of 19
Hi,

I have upgraded my firmware on my SSDs and my overclock settings don't work properly now it will go into the bios and reset my OC to default and then display a red message saying that it recovered from a overclock to save it from overvolting or something.

they worked fine when i had my previous firmware.

a5ian300zx
post #15 of 19
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True but I rarely use optical drives. Heck, I sold mine a few months ago because they were gathering dust.

I did find a way to put the .iso files onto a USB stick and flash it that way.
Is their a guide on how to do this?
post #16 of 19
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+ Rep.

Thanks to OP im at the top of the Intel charts now

Before


After flash


I also gained 1% in ssd health.
I have the 120GB Intel drive and my score jumped from 448 to 462. Gained 1% health too. Seems to be worth it. Although my boot time seems to have increased, and OS feels a bit more snappy.
post #17 of 19
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I did find a way to put the .iso files onto a USB stick and flash it that way.
Do you happen to have the link to that USB tutorial? Thanks.

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I have the 120GB Intel drive and my score jumped from 448 to 462. Gained 1% health too. Seems to be worth it. Although my boot time seems to have increased, and OS feels a bit more snappy.
Decreased or increased?

I'm debating on whether I should install the new 02M3 firmware. I'm on the older 02HD firmware and my computer runs flawlessly. However, I wouldn't mind upgrading to a new firmware for some free performance upgrade.
Edited by NitrousX - 3/19/11 at 1:10pm
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post #18 of 19
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Do you happen to have the link to that USB tutorial? Thanks.



Decreased or increased?

I'm debating on whether I should install the new 02M3 firmware. I'm on the older 02HD firmware and my computer runs flawlessly. However, I wouldn't mind upgrading to a new firmware for some free performance upgrade.
From the time the Windows loading screen comes up to a fully loaded desktop used to take about 7 seconds. Now it takes about 11-12. Programs open faster though.
post #19 of 19
I just flashed my X25-M to the latest FW successfully. Boot times remain the same for me. I don't have any games installed on my SSD but Firefox and Photoshop seems to open a little bit faster. Here's the USB flash drive tutorial I used to do it if anybody is interested.
Edited by NitrousX - 3/21/11 at 4:51pm
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