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    Default Re: SSD Bricked I Assume

    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    then go kill your brother....lol
    HAYYYYY!!! lol

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    Default Re: SSD Bricked I Assume

    Hi, everyone! I have the same Kingston SSD like Chriss and this morning i decided to update my firmware. Guess what happend?

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    Default Re: SSD Bricked I Assume

    Quote Originally Posted by valiv1985 View Post
    Hi, everyone! I have the same Kingston SSD like Chriss and this morning i decided to update my firmware. Guess what happend?
    Talk to Kingston and explain what happened, they should replace the SSD for you.

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    By the way, Welcome to Pure OC !

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    Welcome to PureOC valiv1985.

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    Woo! I'm not the only one!!!!!!

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    i guess i will stay away from Kingston ssds
    You don't know me and that's the way i like it!

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    Default Re: SSD Bricked I Assume

    I have to say that my Kingston Hyper-X 120GB SSD is fantastic. I've had zero problems with it. Kingston will make it good for you guys, they have a reputation for great customer service. They are also one of our sponsors when it comes time to give away prizes, so don't just write them off folks.

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    Hi, guys! I'm glad to be here. I had no problem with my SSD so don't ask me why I need it so bad to upgrade the firmware. It worked great overall. There is allways a risk when you make this kind of choises so my advice is to keep in mind that knowledge saves you from a lot of troubles.

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    Default Re: SSD Bricked I Assume

    Most SSD makers recomend using their newest SSD drive flashes for the best performance and reliability.

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    Default Re: SSD Bricked I Assume

    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post
    Most SSD makers recomend using their newest SSD drive flashes for the best performance and reliability.
    I updated the firmware on my SSD but did it on a clean drive no operating system on it, and had no problems
    you do realize that on some of these updates they forewarn you to back up your data first for that very reason.

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    Yes, I back up my DATA first before flashing any SSD drive. Flashing an empty drive is a good practice too.

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