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Old 09-10-2019, 03:53 PM
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For those not seeing the update in SSD Toolbox. Can you try the following:

Method 1:
- Open SSD Toolbox
- Run FW update check
- If it doesn't show an available update, leave computer on with SSD Toolbox open

If after a few hours it's still not showing an available update try

Method 2:
- Open command prompt
- Type "ipconfig /release all" and press enter
- Type "ipconfig /renew" and press enter
- Open SSD Toolbox and run the FW update check

If that doesn't work, try

Method 3:
- Shut down computer
- Physically uninstall the MP600
- Reinstall MP600
- Reboot
- Run the FW update check in SSD toolbox

There's a caching oddity in Windows with the Toolbox that prevents it from seeing an updated version of a backend file that SHOULD have the newest FW listed on there.

I personally experienced this just now and was able to circumvent the issue by doing this. I'm going to attempt to replicate the issue on another system, and I'll share my findings.

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Old 09-10-2019, 09:29 PM
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Originally Posted by Corsair Kevin View Post
For those not seeing the update in SSD Toolbox. Can you try the following:

Method 1:
- Open command prompt
- Type "ipconfig /release all" and press enter
- Type "ipconfig /renew" and press enter
- Open SSD Toolbox and run the FW update check

If that doesn't work, try

Method 2:

- Shut down computer
- Physically uninstall the MP600
- Reinstall MP600
- Reboot
- Run the FW update check in SSD toolbox

There's a caching oddity in Windows with the Toolbox that prevents it from seeing an updated version of a backend file that SHOULD have the newest FW listed on there.

I personally experienced this just now and was able to circumvent the issue by doing this. I'm going to attempt to replicate the issue on another system, and I'll share my findings.
Thank you for posting the firmware update info! I just applied the update without a problem using the SSD Toolbox. It found the new firmware just fine and applied it to the drive. Windows 10 1903 ver 18362.356
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Old 09-11-2019, 10:27 AM
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This metod worked for me
Method 1:
- Open command prompt
- Type "ipconfig /release all" and press enter
- Type "ipconfig /renew" and press enter
- Open SSD Toolbox and run the FW update check
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Old 09-11-2019, 01:13 PM
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This metod worked for me
Method 1:
- Open command prompt
- Type "ipconfig /release all" and press enter
- Type "ipconfig /renew" and press enter
- Open SSD Toolbox and run the FW update check
That's great to hear! Can you re-run the Crystal Disk Mark tests as mentioned in the other thread? Really want to make sure you're getting the most out of your SSD.
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Old 09-12-2019, 01:30 AM
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I posted on MP600 1TB didnt helped screenshot added.
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