I am having the same issue. The tool box wont allow me to select my Intel SSD drive. It just refreshes, but nothing else. Please help. Tried 2.0.1 and 2.0.2.
Windows 7 Ultimate x64
Tried compatablity mode with each setting. No luck.
I'm having the same issue when running Toolbox version 2.02.000 on Windows 7 64-bit Home Premium.
When trying to select my Intel 320 80GB 2.5" SATA SSD the drives just keep refreshing making it impossible to select the drive for testing. Checked the drives firmware & it's up-to-date.
Does anyone have any suggestions that can help me please?
Well I was having the same problem as well and come to find out it's an issue with the 7xx Nforce boards. I was able to get around this and got the SSD Toolbox working. See below:
right click My Computer>
click on Manage>
*****I'm not sure if you all are using an Nforce board or not, but this is one of the top searches that comes up in google. So, hopefully it saves someone out there a little time should then have the same problem.
I have the same problem on Win 7 x64 with an nForce 5 chipset and the newest NVidia drivers. Changing to the MS standard drivers as bdube suggested works but this cannot be the final solution. It's just a work around.
I hope there will be nForce support by the Intel SSD Toolbox soon.
I have a problem with the optimizer to. I have a brand new acer aspire with a 320 series ssd and the optimizer says:
Error: RAID array detected. If RAID array not present, reboot and try again
I have rebooted wiped it clean and installed toolbox again and it does the same thing.
oh it also says system drivers are not supported for this setting and current storage driver does not support dpim settings
I also have this issue. Problem is it was working just fine even with the Intel v184.108.40.2063 drivers for their "Intel(R) ICH10 Family 6 Port SATA AHCI Controller - 3A22".
Well don't bother downloading the latest version......it is screwed up also..............HOW old is this thread?.......lol.........z
Maybe it's a driver issue.....I got an ASRock MOBO