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506 Firmware 1 year 6 months ago #17

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We have released firmware revision 506, it covers all Atlas/Chronos/Catalyst/Callisto(with 502/504 fw) SSDs
You can download the firmware here

How to update in Windows is here
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506 Firmware 1 year 6 months ago #19

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Are there any release notes?
Also will the update delete the data on the ssd
Using a ext4 partation (implies i am using linux, which i am) in a GPT partation Table if that matters
the motherboard is a FM2A75 Pro4-M
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506 Firmware 1 year 6 months ago #21

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There are no release notes.

The update is non destructive to your data, but anytime you update fw things can happen so make sure to back up any important data just in case.
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506 Firmware 1 year 6 months ago #28

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I am just going to try and be helpful and ask if you are using the SSD with Intel SRT (Smart Response Technology)
I think that may hide the drive from the updater, I should be updating the firmware for my neighbor later today.
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506 Firmware 1 year 6 months ago #35

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stanchev,

If the updater does not discover the drive typically it is either the AHCI driver blocking the updater or the system is in RAID mode in the BIOS.
What is the mobo and O/S?

Borjanovic,

Usually the symptom you are getting is caused by the storage configuration in the BIOS being set to IDE mode, you must be in AHCI mode for the update to work.
What is the mobo and O/S?
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506 Firmware 1 year 6 months ago #38

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Borjanovic wrote:
The system is actually in AHCI mode. The mobo is Asus P8Z77-V DELUXE and AHCI mode is default in the BIOS (SATA configuration). The OS is Win 7 x64 Pro. Normally I use IRST drivers 12.0.0.1083. Take a look at the System Report from IRST. In the hardware information part, line 3, it states "AHCI". However, I had to switch back to Msahci.sys in device manager for updater to find the drive, so it was Msahci.sys in force when I launched the update. Otherwise I would not be able to place a check mark beside the drive name in the updater.
Good to hear you fiured it out. But, that was in the instructions for windows linked in the op, it is right under intel chipset
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