targetbsp wrote: This. IIRC, 010G was particularly bad for 'losing' your drive. Thanks. I was on 0009, and it was fine for the first 6000 hours of use, then the problems started. I had no idea it was down to firmware, as I'd had a stable firmware since day one. I got it to work one day, took a copy of the drive onto a spare HDD, and switched. That started getting horrendously slow (probably needed a defrag among other things) so I was looking to get a new SSD, when I found the firmare issue. I only updated the firmware today, and so far so good. targetbsp wrote: Or resolving whatever problem is causing your PC to crash or lose power unexpectedly as that cause cause the drive to vanish too. That's useful to know, in case I lose it again, even with current firmware, thanks.
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What is the purpose of this fix? I have a Crucial RealSSD M4 128GB 2.5" SATA 6Gb/s SSD. I got the problem where sometimes my Bios could not see the drive, When it could see the drive, I could boot up, but it wouldn't be long before I got a BSOD. I get the impression that this fix gets your Bios to recognise the SSD, so you can boot properly. But how does it stop it going wrong again? My Bios already recognises the SSD sometimes. Or is the idea that once done, you upgrade your firmware, which fixes the problem long term? Thanks
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