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Intel 905p I cannot change LED color through command line

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I have a 905p 960gb as my only drive and I have Intel SSD Toolbox 3.5.8 and Client NVME 4.2.0.1002 installed. Says my firmware is current as of SSD Toolbox 3.5.8 release. In command prompt after getting to destination I type :

"Intel SSD Toolbox".exe -drive_index 0 -led_color -red

and get the response:

Welcome to the Intel SSD Toolbox

Color: Blue

Result: Completed Successfully.

 

I have tried every color/on/off and still I cannot change from default blue. Any suggestions? Thank you!

 

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try this: "Intel SSD Toolbox".exe -drive_index 0 -led_color red

 

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try this: "Intel SSD Toolbox".exe -drive_index 0 -led_color red

 

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Hello, Deficatus,

Thank you for contacting Intel® SSD Support.

In order to further assist you regarding your inquiry related to your Intel® SSD DC S4500 Series. We will appreciate if you can provide us with the following information:

• The SSU logs.

1- Go to

https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/25293/

and download the software.

2- When finished downloading it, open it.

3- Attach the file obtained to your reply.

• We will appreciate if you can provide us with the SMART details.CSV file (SMART logs) from your Intel® Optane™ SSD 905P Series. In the “IntelSolidStateDriveToolboxUserGuide.pdf” section 3.2 you can find the instructions on how to get this file.

The following steps describe how to change the LED status:

1. Install the latest version of Intel® Solid State Drive Toolbox (must be 3.5.3 or later).

2. Find and copy the path* to the Intel SSD Toolbox application.

example:

C:\Program

Files (x86)\Intel\Intel(R) SSD Toolbox

* The path may be different depending on the computer.

3. Open the Administrator: Command Prompt and navigate to the Intel SSD Toolbox folder.

- You can use the following command (using cd

C:\..)

as an example:

4. Execute the following command (including the quotation marks):

a) "Intel SSD Toolbox".exe -drive_index # -led_color ?

b) Replace # with the number of the drive as it shows up in Disk Management

c) Replace ? with one of the following:

- green

- red

- blue

- off

- on

5. The command prompt will notify if the operation was successful after executing the command.

We will be looking forward to your reply.

Have a nice day.

Best regards,

Josh B.

Intel® Customer Support Technician

Under Contract to Intel Corporation

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Thank you so much, removing the hyphen before color did the trick. And thank you JoshB for your response as well. Consider this closed and you all have a great rest of your day/evening.

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