@bogdan : Yep, I tried with both TGC security enabled & disabled. In both cases I had to use the PSID with 32-zeros ( and now my MSID is 32-zeros too, as stated using "sedutil --printDefaultPassword" ). Now I can only PSID-erase the unit using 32 zeros. The PSID number on the sticker is no longer valid, not sure why.
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I've found some problems with the M3CR022 firmware: 1. I've burnt the .iso update to a CD-ROM and boot it. The program updated the firmware(apparently), but an error appeared: "Failed to get format of firmware version string for model Unsupported Model". I was updating a CT2000MX500SSD1 with M3CR020. The drive is reported as M3CR022 now by Mint 18.3's Disk tool and works correctly apparently ( I can read/write files, create partitions & fstrim it ). 2. I cleaned the unit using sedutil --yesIreallywanttoeraallmydatausingthePSID [psid on the disk label] ok.... but, after that, a "sedutil --printDefaultPassword" reports the MSID as 32-zeros ( 00000000000000000000000000000000 ) and I no longer can erase the unit using the PSID which appears on the disk label. I must use 32 zeros instead. I would like to get the original M3CR020 if it's possible, please. Any way to download & re-flash it? (I can only see the M3CR022 listed now in your web ). Thanks.
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