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Old 03-27-2014, 12:47 AM
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Sad Corsair toolbox not compatible with GPT partition in EFI system

I've recently just finish building my new computer system about a week ago. This is my current spec. MSI Z87 GD-65 Gaming, 180GB Corsair GT ssd, 8GB corsair vengeance blue, and H80i Corsair water cool, Antec 750 watt power supply unit, asus GeForce GTX770 DIICU OC graphic card, Intel I5-4670k Hashwell cpu and Windows 7 pro system build 64bit OS. My issues here is that my MB uses the EFI GPT partition instead of the MBR partion and now when I try to use the Corsair toolbox's TRIM command on my ssd. It just comes back saying Corsair Force GT Failed: Unhandled OS error. I wanted to find out if there's any firmware update to make the Corsair toolbox to work on GPT partition drive. Please help! This is my first time encountering this problem whereas before I was using the MBR partition and the TRIM command was working fine except for this new MB.
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Old 03-28-2014, 03:47 AM
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I've seen the issue before but i'm not sure if there was a solution to it.

Have you tried different chipset driver versions?
Have you tried running the program as admin?
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