04-20-2014 06:06 PM - edited 01-30-2015 10:06 PM
If you want to do a PSID revert on a Crucial drive please use the official Crucial tool, this will allow you to get support form Crucial.
Msed has been updated to allow you to use the hardware encryption built into your drive on a bios machine, if you want to USE the hardware encryption you may still be interested in msed.
I released an alpha version of msed (manage self encrypting drives) today. So far the utility has only been tested by myself and one other person, I have tested on WIN 7 HP 64bit and UBUNTU 13. 64bit desktop. I forgot to ask Matthew which version of Windows he ran it on. You need to be root/administrator to run this utility (linux users see Readme_LINUX.txt for kernel flag requirement) One of msed's functions is PSID Revert. To perform a PSID Revert using msed: 1. msed --scan <- SCAN to find Opal Drive (you should see Yes next the the drive your working with. 2. msed --query \\.\PhysicalDrive? <--this will show the Opal status look at the locking feature and see if it is Locked = Y or LockingEnabled = Y that's a good sign that this should work 3.msed --yesIreallywanttoERASEALLmydatausingthePSID <PSIDALLCAPSNODASHES> \\.\PhysicalDrive? Linux device names would be /dev/sd? If you use this utility or have an empty Opal drive that you can run TestSuite.(cmd|sh) on please do so and send me the output. I would be very interested in results on 32 bit OS's and versions of windows other that Win 7. Thanks
04-20-2014 10:15 PM - edited 04-20-2014 10:16 PM
That is strange. I updated the post but I know my DNS is set up to send r0m30.com to www.r0m30.com and it works here in both lunux and win7.
04-21-2014 12:12 AM
It seems that this DNS setup does not work properly Take a look at the bottom of this page - http://www.dnssy.com/report.php?q=r0m30.com
04-21-2014 01:06 AM
The last line of the test is REALLY interesting.
"Your domain does not have a WWW record. This means that people will not be able to find your web site at http://www.r0m30.com. Skipping further WWW tests."
04-21-2014 01:11 AM
Good point! So you have to invastigate it on your side I guess. http://r0m30.com/ doesn't work for me.
04-21-2014 03:59 AM
Great stuff r0m30!!
Can't test it now but hopefully others in need can and post some feedback!
Great to have such a tool in case somethig nasty should happen