10-25-2017 09:16 AM
Is there any plain download link for the ISO for update without access to MS-Windows or Mac OS X? The ZIP file does not contain any images, but just an unknown binary file.
Most people would want to perform a firmware upgrade before installing a system. And I don't even have MS-Windows or Mac OS X to upgrade after installation. A standard bootable ISO (and additionally USB memstick image) download is the most useful form of distribution, in my opinion.
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10-25-2017 11:07 AM
Bootable ISO's are available here: http://www.crucial.com/usa/en/support-ssd-firmware
10-27-2017 01:20 AM
This is the link that I have problems with. Download the firmware (with the blue button "download firmware") and unzip it. There is a binary dotfile with an ISO extension for Mac OS X that probably downloads the real ISO file. Real ISO files are a bit larger (a few MBs) and their size is most likely divisible by 2048.
I also tried to figure out the web links that are contained in this Macish "ISO" file, but I couldn't manage to download anything.
What I need is the real download link, directly for the ISO.
10-27-2017 01:24 AM - edited 10-27-2017 01:26 AM
For what drive?
Note that the ISO files are bootable and therefore by defintion OS independent.
10-30-2017 02:26 AM
I downloaded the firmware ZIP file once again and unzipped it. I can see the ISO file now in the top directory. I don't know if it was added or if the __MACOSX directory and its contents have distracted me last time I downloaded it. Sorry, my fault.
10-30-2017 02:35 AM
No problem at all. I'm glad you got sorted.