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Old 04-09-2011, 06:43 PM
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Default Question about alignment, speed on 60GB

Sorry, guess this went into the Firmware section, should be in General section.

I went ahead and picked up a CSSD-F60GB2-BRKT (without the -A). Restored an Acronis image, system boots. I'm getting 31K - OK (think alignment) in AS SSD and the following speeds:

Does it look like the alignment is good? Also got the following ATTO speeds:

One more question, in AS SSD, I'm selecting English, but still get some Dutch. Is there any way to get everything in English?

Thanks,

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I am sorry but you would need to contact AS SSD we do not support or suggest using that software at this time, and the results you posted from ATTO show the drive is working fine.
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