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Thread: How to update fw on a mac?




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    Default How to update fw on a mac?

    Hi…
    I am absolutely blown away of my new RunCore Pro IV 128GB in my MacBook Pro…

    But i've read some articles that say after an update of the firmware the ssd would have been even faster…

    The drive came with the firmware 1571…

    So my questions are:

    1. Where can I find the fw updates?
    2. Is there a newer version?
    3. How can I update the drive? Any apps for mac?

    Thanks in advance…and sorry if the questions are silly…I am totally new to the SSD-technology…

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    Default Re: How to update fw on a mac?

    Hi, Rincewind.
    Thank you for purchasing an RunCore SSD.
    We will upload the new firmware 1819 in a few days. You can use the boot from CD, download the ISO version, then Burn the ISO image to CD media. Then boot DOS, update your SSD from 1571 to 1819.

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    Default Re: How to update fw on a mac?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rincewind View Post
    Hi…
    I am absolutely blown away of my new RunCore Pro IV 128GB in my MacBook Pro…

    But i've read some articles that say after an update of the firmware the ssd would have been even faster…

    The drive came with the firmware 1571…

    So my questions are:

    1. Where can I find the fw updates?
    2. Is there a newer version?
    3. How can I update the drive? Any apps for mac?

    Thanks in advance…and sorry if the questions are silly…I am totally new to the SSD-technology…
    Answer
    1. send a email to support@runcore.com we will sent a program to you
    2. we have new firmware 1819
    3. you can copy the new firmware in a bootable USB drive , reboot by it and run the program under DOS

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