05-24-2013 11:27 AM
I just updated BIOS ver. from 1.30 to 1.37. Had no problem with it. The system restarted and got the message that " 2101: Detection error on HDD2 (mini SATA)"
This is a Crucial M4 256Gb SSD, which I'm using since 5 month.
Changed it back to my old KINGSTON 64GB SSD , and it works. I've downloaded BIOS ver 1.3 , downgraded the system, but the problem still exists.
It boots without any problem with the Kingston , but not with the Crucial.
Currently I don't have another computer to test the Crucial SSD if it's broken, but I think it's rather BIOS related.
Plese advise what to do now, because I had all my work on that SSD.
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05-24-2013 11:33 AM
05-25-2013 07:43 AM
I've contacted crucial about this and got this anser : http://forum.crucial.com/t5/Solid-State-Drives-SSD-Knowledge/Why-did-my-SSD-quot-disappear-quot-from...
Tried it many times with BIOS 1.36 but no succes. After then I changed back to BIOS 1.30, did the power cycle again, and BINGO.
I noticed that with BIOS 1.36 the HDD LED was off after power on,(idling in BIOS) but with BIOS 1.3 it was lit all the time (until ~ 20 minutes).
I guess this problem was generated by the BIOS update... But need to have a buggy SSD...
I've made a firmware update on the drive, hope it will work now. I'm not brave enough to try to upload BIOS 1.37 again.