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    Default Re: Pro IV 64GB ZIF in hp 2510p

    Quote Originally Posted by Irlut View Post
    E-mailed Runcore again, hoping for a response either via e-mail or on this forum.
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    Default Re: Pro IV 64GB ZIF in hp 2510p

    <table cellspacing=0><tbody><tr><td>Using the ZIF SSD stiffener

    I had missed that the stiffener is available on the ZIF SSD, thinking that perhaps such a facility exists but the ZIF connector looks so fragile that I didn't dare explore in case I broke something. Well, there is a stiffener that can be flicked up which then really does make it Zero Force Insertion (ZIF).

    May I suggest disconnecting the ZIF cable, wiping it clear of any remnanets from it's last position, then reseating it?</td><td></td><td></td></tr></tbody></table>
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    Default Re: Pro IV 64GB ZIF in hp 2510p

    Quote Originally Posted by RunCore Tech_Support View Post
    Dear Sir,
    We appologize for the late reply and thanks for your concern on this.
    We have give you a reply by email, if still can't solve your problem, welcome to email us.
    I received help via e-mail. Thanks!

    For the interested: Seems like one of my flash blocks might be broken. I'll be returning the drive for RMA.


    Quote Originally Posted by nando4 View Post
    <table cellspacing="0"><tbody><tr><td>Using the ZIF SSD stiffener

    I had missed that the stiffener is available on the ZIF SSD, thinking that perhaps such a facility exists but the ZIF connector looks so fragile that I didn't dare explore in case I broke something. Well, there is a stiffener that can be flicked up which then really does make it Zero Force Insertion (ZIF).

    May I suggest disconnecting the ZIF cable, wiping it clear of any remnanets from it's last position, then reseating it?</td><td></td><td></td></tr></tbody></table>
    I tried that, but the black part does not move at all. I feel disinclined to use force on it as I'm afraid of breaking the whole thing (and it is quite an expensive piece of hardware). Thanks for the suggestion, tho!

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