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Thread: RCP-IV-S7064-MC & EEE 901 big problem

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    Default Re: RCP-IV-S7064-MC & EEE 901 big problem

    They answered me the next day after the inquiry at support@runcore.com!
    They said that the solution is not applicable in the field (as an electronics engineer, I asked for firmware--faulty unit has version B001), and advised RMA.
    ["we are sorry to tell you that the items have the firmware problem but the update can't be finished by yourself and it needs to be sent to factory"]
    FYI, my faulty unit data:

    RunCore RCP-IV-S7032-MC
    S/N: 321109230137
    Indilinx Barefoot Plus controller IDX110M02
    firmware B001
    Micron 4 GB NAND 29F32G08CBABA (8 pcs)

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    Default Re: RCP-IV-S7064-MC & EEE 901 big problem

    I'm also having problems with my new runcore 32gb pro iv sata ii on an eeepc900. How did you all figure out what firm ware was on your ssd?

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    Default Re: RCP-IV-S7064-MC & EEE 901 big problem

    Here. My Corsair SSD has firmware version 1.3.2
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    Last edited by Insider; 12-20-2011 at 02:26 AM.

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    Default Step By Step Video Guide How To upgrade the Runcore Firmware

    Hi People!

    I decided to do a step by step video guide for it.
    How To RunCore SSD Firmware Update - YouTube
    these are the requirements:

    Checklist:

    Hardware

    - Runcore SSD Pro IV
    - Srewdriver (Comes With RunCore SSD)
    - External RunCore Enclosure (Comes With RunCore SSD)
    - Compatible with but not limited to: Asus EEE PC 900, 900A, 901, 901 Go, and S101
    - Paper Clip

    Software

    - MP Tool Indilinx

    Material supplied by official support@runcore.com:

    - Instructives PDF:
    http://db.tt/UV92oLm8

    - MP Tool: (Flashing Tool With Latest Firmware 2030 version)
    http://db.tt/RUOz5rdD

    Thanks Insider for the brilliant Idea for the paper clip.

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    Default Re: RCP-IV-S7064-MC & EEE 901 big problem

    I just had my RunCore Pro IV 32GB stop being detected in my eeepc 901 after 3 years of use. I've successfully fixed it (losing all data) using the help from this thread.

    Here are a few more notes about my experience...

    SSD manufacturers -RunCore SSD Official Website > service > firmware upgrade > RCP-IV-XXXX-MC_SSD_Rework_or_FW_upgrade_Tools_FW2030
    (I had to register to download. The download contains Indilinx MP Tool for both Samsung and Intel flash chips)

    My Flash chips are Intel. I asked RunCore via tech support email which option I should choose in 'Device type', but they never responded, so I went for trial and error until the flash succeeded.

    I checked the 'use usb bridge' option on the 'option' tab.

    I found that some USB controllers or possibly PCs don't seem to work reliably. If you get a hang after 'RAM BIST' in the console window, try another PC.

    Here are pictures of my SSD and the 'Device type' setting that finally worked for me.
    Photo Album - Imgur

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