nutshell Posted December 4, 2010 Share Posted December 4, 2010 My first Corsair F120 had fw 1.0 and was plagued with BSOD about 50% of the time. I promptly returned that and later decided to give Corsair another try. The replacement F120 had fw 1.1 and I never had an issue with it on my HP Elitebook 8540w. Assuming Corsair had finally resolved the BSOD issue, I decided to replace the Samsung SSD in my Lenovo X200t with another Corsair F120. Apparently, Corsair still has not fixed this problem. I now get the BSOD 100% of the time when the Lenovo goes to sleep. What's worse... I assured people that Corsair/SF finally had things under control and highly recommended this drive :roll: I have updated my Lenovo X200t to the latest BIOS (3.15) The sleep BIOS issues exist, regardless of SATA drivers. I've tried MS AHCI and Intel RST 9.6. All other settings are identical to the ones on my HP 8540w, so the only variables are FW 1.1 vs FW 2.0 and different make laptops HP vs. Lenovo. Please let me know if there may be something I may have missed, because if there isn't a somewhat simple solution... and yes, I have disabled all sleep options for the time being... but that is not an acceptable "fix." I've had enough of this instability and will return and sell both of my Corsair drives and move on. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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