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    Default Re: New FW1916 available for DL and Bug Fix Report By Model

    What motherboard are you using?

    I would go in and double check that you are setup on channel 0 (the lowest SATA numbered, sometimes it is 1) and just for good measure load the bios defaults, then go in and make sure your SATA is set to IDE mode.

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    Default Re: New FW1916 available for DL and Bug Fix Report By Model

    Phoenix motherboard, which is set by default to channel 0 IDE (its a mini laptop so config options v limited)

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    Default Re: New FW1916 available for DL and Bug Fix Report By Model

    Quote Originally Posted by chrisram View Post
    What motherboard are you using?

    I would go in and double check that you are setup on channel 0 (the lowest SATA numbered, sometimes it is 1) and just for good measure load the bios defaults, then go in and make sure your SATA is set to IDE mode.
    Someone on the Pocketables forum succeeded in updating to 1916 on a 64GB Intel-die RunCore drive so it doesnt appear to be an issue with the motherboard per se

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    Default Re: New FW1916 available for DL and Bug Fix Report By Model

    How on earth do you find out how many chips are on the ssd?

    All I know so far is

    HP NC2400
    RCP-IV-Z1832-C
    PN 14073200
    SN 320912230194

    From this I know it is
    Intel and 32GB
    But my install of the firmware failed with

    Image buffer alloc failed!

    When I tried IE3208.EXE

    Help!

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    Default Re: New FW1916 available for DL and Bug Fix Report By Model

    A RCP-IV-Z18XX-C has 8 flash chips, according to the Firmware Upate Guide I got from RunCore with the IM2808 file for my 128GB drive (also 8 chips).

    However you need to know whether it is Samsung M-die, D-die, Intel or Micron flash to determine which firmware updater to use.

    I was in communication with rd@runcore.com for my Guide and Firmware (both the 1916 and the 1812).

    Best of luck
    Simon.

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    To narrow the search and possibilities I can confirm that Intel and Micron flash IC's are one and the same thing. They will be usually labeled as micron. This is due to the special relationship between the companies and the fact that Intel does not directly fabricate NAND, just the SSD Controllers.
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    Arrow Re: New FW1916 available for DL and Bug Fix Report By Model

    #1 Computer Model
    HP 2710p

    #2 Runcore Drive Part # and Serial # if accessible
    RCP-IVZ1828C (128GB / Intel 8pcs, ZIF PATA)

    #3 Describe Bug
    After using for several moths became slowly

    #4 Does the new FW fix the bug
    Yes, now I have the same number and even better.

    #5 What FW did you upgrade from
    1819

    #6 Any new bugs or observations to report
    TRIM command and Windows 7 still freezes the system randomly. I disabled with the fsutil command.

    #Comment
    EASY firmware update, but in my case there was a message
    "[ERROR] Firmware download fail! "
    but it seems to be ok, and device manager tells 1916.
    And problems intalling Windows 7 but the sanitary_erase resets the flash memory and then I could intall Windows 7 (thanks to cappac).

    #Results
    ---------------------------------------------------------------
    CrystalDiskMark 3.0 Beta2 (C) 2007-2009 hiyohiyo
    Crystal Dew World : Crystal Dew World
    ---------------------------------------------------------------

    Sequential Read : 80.486 MB/s
    Sequential Write : 64.567 MB/s
    Random Read 512KB : 75.585 MB/s
    Random Write 512KB : 63.281 MB/s
    Random Read 4KB (QD=1) : 19.740 MB/s [ 4819.4 IOPS]
    Random Write 4KB (QD=1) : 8.617 MB/s [ 2103.9 IOPS]
    Random Read 4KB (QD=32) : 26.308 MB/s [ 6422.9 IOPS]
    Random Write 4KB (QD=32) : 9.365 MB/s [ 2286.4 IOPS]

    Test : 50 MB [C: Used 75.3% (14.5/19.2 GB)]
    Date : 2010/02/02 23:16:33
    OS : Windows 7 Ultimate Edition [6.1 Build 7100] (x86)


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    Default Re: New FW1916 available for DL and Bug Fix Report By Model

    Same specs here (HP 2710p, RCP-IVZ1828C 128GB / Intel 8pcs, ZIF PATA)!

    TRIM command and Windows 7 still freezes the system randomly
    Not only randomly. TRIM locks up the drive EACH TIME!

    Runcore, there's a problem with GC, please advise!

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    Default Re: New FW1916 available for DL and Bug Fix Report By Model

    No Go with an Acer 1410TZ or Apple MacBook

    So tried everything ...

    1 Computer Model
    Acer 1410TZ latest Bios..

    Also based on the tip on OS X.. MAC Book ALU 13"

    Tried also a couple of sony but could not set to IDE Mode !!!

    #2 Runcore Drive Part # and Serial #
    RunCore Pro IV 256GB 2.5" SATA SSD
    Model: 0900006964
    PN:IM56GCS216
    starts with IM (im assuming according to the PDF instructions this is samsung M-die, however I am also assuming 16 chips..)
    FW: 0.1

    #3 Describe Bug
    When i boot into DOS using a USB flash drive (or bootable CD) and run IM5616.exe (tried the other ones but also no luck), the ssd is not flashed, and I receive the following errors:

    [ERROR]DMA Invaid device.
    [ERROR]Firmware customer type read fail!
    Invalid SSD!

    I also tried in an acer 3810T but no luck :(

    and the answer is ?

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    Default Re: New FW1916 available for DL and Bug Fix Report By Model

    Quote Originally Posted by NoBackUp View Post
    No Go with an Acer 1410TZ or Apple MacBook

    So tried everything ...

    1 Computer Model
    Acer 1410TZ latest Bios..

    Also based on the tip on OS X.. MAC Book ALU 13"

    Tried also a couple of sony but could not set to IDE Mode !!!

    #2 Runcore Drive Part # and Serial #
    RunCore Pro IV 256GB 2.5" SATA SSD
    Model: 0900006964
    PN:IM56GCS216
    starts with IM (im assuming according to the PDF instructions this is samsung M-die, however I am also assuming 16 chips..)
    FW: 0.1

    #3 Describe Bug
    When i boot into DOS using a USB flash drive (or bootable CD) and run IM5616.exe (tried the other ones but also no luck), the ssd is not flashed, and I receive the following errors:

    [ERROR]DMA Invaid device.
    [ERROR]Firmware customer type read fail!
    Invalid SSD!

    I also tried in an acer 3810T but no luck :(

    and the answer is ?
    I'm in the same boat, same error code, waiting for answers

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