05-09-2013 12:14 PM
When I flash my Crucial m4 SSD I have message 'resetting dos filesystem and bios disk handler.'
But it shows more than 10 min...20 min....
I just reboot my comp. New firmware flashed. But what about this message and these freeze?
05-09-2013 09:13 PM
I got that message as well using the windows 7 automatic installer, but only appeared for 10 seconds max. Hopefully someone can explain why yours is staying soo long.
05-15-2013 07:51 AM - edited 05-15-2013 07:52 AM
I'm sorry to hear that you are having problems with the firmware update. Can you provide a bit more details about your system and firmware.
For example can you confirm the make and model of your computer? The operating system? What firmware you were flashing on the SSD?
It's possible that it's something to do with the system set up you have as it's not a common issue, the more details about your system the better as it will help us investigate what is causing the problems. Once you provide the details I will certainly have a look in to what is causing this problem for you.
05-15-2013 11:10 AM
This happens with all latest firmwares. (I flash my ssd with new firmwares 2 times)
But after reboot my SSD work fine and firmware is updated.
Asus p5w DH Deluxe
8 gb ddr2 dual-channel (2gbx2 corsair, 2gbx2 samsung)
1 tb WesternDigital EZEX (for data)
05-16-2013 02:20 AM
Thanks for providing that information.
I have had a look at the system to see if we have had any issues reported in the past, unfortunately we don't seem to have had problems with that specific motherboard.
As the firmware is updating I would try not to worry about it. It seems like it's a problem with that specific board when upgrading firmware, it's not a problem with the SSD at all. If you do want to know exactly what is causing it you could contact ASUS and ask what that error means however as it is updating fine I would not worry about it.
05-16-2013 02:26 AM
I think I have read somewhere that you could get that error code/message returned in case there is no floppy drive in the system, but I didn't check that thoroughly.
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