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Well here it is,The new updated firmware for the Adata S599 & MicroCenter SSD's.
http://www.adatausa.com/index.php?action=ss_main

EDIT:Well it say's it's 3.4.6,So I really don't know what going on.
Edited by AMOCO - 3/31/11 at 12:40pm
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I wonder if this works under RAID? Obviously you need to flash 1 drive at a time but the instruction manual says this will be automatically followed by a reboot. Hopefully then this wont create problems for an existing RAID array?

I also recall scanning my drives with this tool before this release and it didnt find any drives (possibly due to the fact Im running RAID?).
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I would wait on downloading and flashing your drive with this Firmware update till I get an answer from Adata.I think this is the same version they had a problem with and pulled from there support link.So when I find out what is going on,I will let you all know.
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Cheers bud smile.gif
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Ok,All this what I received from Adata.

Unfortunately, the vendor is still working on a FW update for the temperature issue. We do have a RC4 FW, or 3.5 available.
Best Regards,Adata Technology(USA)Co.,Ltd
Guillermo Arreola
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