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Intel still working on fix for 34nm SSD firmware

Posted on Friday, November 06 2009 @ 23:27:50 CET by


Hexus writes Intel admitted the recently pulled SSD firmware caused some disks to brick. The chip maker is working on a new firmware for the drives but it is unknown when the new version will arrive.
Yesterday, Alan Frost of Intel's NAND Solutions Group wrote: "Intel has replicated the issue on 34nm SSDs - X25-M - and is working on a fix."

He added: "Intel is pursuing the resolution of this as a high priority. Intel is seeking direct feedback on this issue from members of the [Intel Support Community]... asking them to send their drives directly to Intel to expedite the analysis of the issues. This action will enable us to more quickly generate a resolution for this issue."




 






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Re: Intel still working on fix for 34nm SSD firmware
by Anonymous on Saturday, November 07 2009 @ 04:36:15 CET
Kind of curious where the 320gb X25-M's are...

Next Intel will tell us those too are coming in 2011... LOL



 

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