I'm operating a SSD 320 / 120 GB. It is running perfectly in my PC system. It's used for the Windows partition.
Anyway, I tried to update the firmware to avoid the 8 MB bug.
When I boot from the update CD the tool does not find my SSD. It tells there is no SSD in my system.
Any idea what might be wrong here?
Thanks in advance!
I'm having the same issue : SSD 320 series / 40GB
It's intended as a storage in an embedded linux system / machine controller.
I tried the following :
First with EXT3 partitions on the drive (although I don't see the relevance of which partitions would be on the drive)
1/ attach with USB-SATA bridge to regular PC, booting from CD the Firmware Upgrade Tool but SSD isn't visible.
2/ attach directly with SATA to the motherboard of desktop PC, booting from CD the Firmware Upgrade Tool but SSD isn't visible.
3/ attach with USB-SATA bridge to regular PC, booting WinXP and SSD Toolbox : the toolbox doesnt' see the drive, although Windows storage manager sees the drives and the partitions
Then I reformatted into FAT, thinking that the FreeDos tool would like FAT as well as SSD Toolbox,
4/ attach with USB-SATA bridge to laptop, SSD drive mounts in WinXP, but Toolbox doesn't see the drive...
Anybody have any suggestions left??
Please consider the following;