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    Default Re: Brand new Runcore IV + X40 = Blue Screen

    Quote Originally Posted by bgxmmx View Post
    Runcore, did you tested it on a X40?
    again, the disk worked perfectly on a X41, so if you didnt tested on a X40, we have no chance to know.

    The second thing is that changing the voltage is not going to change much things... the important thing is the power consumption. pushing lower voltage will just raise the Intensity by as much, and the disk would crash again.

    Thanks for the confirmations!
    Hi, bgxmmx.
    The X40 and X41 provide a voltage of 3.3V to the driver, but the voltage of our disk before is 5V. So it is unstable.
    Now our new version of P18 modify the voltage and add the resistor arrays in the interface according to ATA protocol. So it will have a better transmission performance .

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    Default Re: Brand new Runcore IV + X40 = Blue Screen

    my question is:

    1) DID YOU TEST IT ON A X40?
    -> answer the question please.

    If not, send me one and i will do the test for you!

    The reason is that the powerconsumption of your disk is much higher than what is written in the spec, and thus it does not work. changing the voltage of the disk will only barely change the power consumption of the disk. The computer is still going to supply the same 3.3V.

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    Default Re: Brand new Runcore IV + X40 = Blue Screen

    I have also tried mine on an IBM TP T42 (standard 2.5" IDE), and it had the same BSOD-problems using its 5V IDE-bus.
    It only worked on a T43 with built in SATA-IDE bridge like X41 have.

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    Default Re: Brand new Runcore IV + X40 = Blue Screen

    I just got Runcore IV 1.8" PATA and tried to install it in my x41. Even though I have pushed it in as hard as I can (no screws or metal rails or whatever) the BIOS does not pick it up.

    It says its 3.3V.

    Is this a dud or is there some trick to installing it?

    So far I am pretty disappointed with RunCore SSDs. The Intel SSD I got before worked flawlessly, none of this crap of having to push it in really hard, just fits nicely and works as expected.

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: Brand new Runcore IV + X40 = Blue Screen

    did it work in the usb enclosure?

    if no, the drive is dead.

    if yes, try to take the drive out and put it back again until it is picked up by the bios :).

    u are talking about an intel SSD. not in the X41 i guess, right?
    if yes (it would mean you did a lot of trick to make it work like bypassing the SATA=>PATA bridge), why changing?

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    Default Re: Brand new Runcore IV + X40 = Blue Screen

    I tested the runcore ssd on my X40.
    There is no BSOD as said earlier on forums.
    It's great, works as expected.

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    Default Re: Brand new Runcore IV + X40 = Blue Screen

    Quote Originally Posted by bgxmmx View Post
    my question is:

    1) DID YOU TEST IT ON A X40?
    -> answer the question please.

    If not, send me one and i will do the test for you!

    The reason is that the powerconsumption of your disk is much higher than what is written in the spec, and thus it does not work. changing the voltage of the disk will only barely change the power consumption of the disk. The computer is still going to supply the same 3.3V.
    Hello, bgxmmx

    Thanks for concern on this.
    Have your ssd could work on X40?
    We have a full test on it, if your ssd still can't work on X40, you can send it back for RMA. We will fix your problem.

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    Unhappy Re: Brand new Runcore IV + X40 = Blue Screen

    Hi bgxmmx,

    I have the same issue. I just bought a
    RCP-IV-P1832-C two days ago.
    It is 5V voltage one. When I tried to install software into my X40, it hung there with HD light flashing for a couple of minutes and then core dump with blue screen.

    Have you solved the problem? Did RunCore replace the 5V one with a brand new 3.3v?

    Thanks,
    Mike

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    Default Re: Brand new Runcore IV + X40 = Blue Screen

    Quote Originally Posted by mikeseas View Post
    Hi bgxmmx,

    I have the same issue. I just bought a
    RCP-IV-P1832-C two days ago.
    It is 5V voltage one. When I tried to install software into my X40, it hung there with HD light flashing for a couple of minutes and then core dump with blue screen.

    Have you solved the problem? Did RunCore replace the 5V one with a brand new 3.3v?

    Thanks,
    Mike
    Hello, Mike

    You can have a replacement for the 3.3v version with the reseller.

    There is no hung or blue screen phenomenon on the version of right power supply.

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    Default Re: Brand new Runcore IV + X40 = Blue Screen

    Hi,

    Finally, I have received the updated SSD. Thank you RunCore.
    No problem with XP copied from the old HDD. I have also installed
    Win7. The problem I have experienced is that disk format
    crashed in Win7 installation. I have formatted the disk with
    XP installation and after that Win7 installed normal. Device
    properties reports FW 1819. Disk is a 3.3V one (written on disk label).
    Benchmark results are same as reported by cc101.

    I will report if I discover something else.

    Thank you and best regards,


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