I can't help on that error message, but assuming you have correctly imaged the firmware do you have a BIOS option for Compatible and Enhanced in the IDE mode settings? If so try Compatible. If that does not work try to update from a different PC if you can. It's worth the update
if you have a dos bootable usb flash drive, you can extract issdfut.exe from the iso (7-zip can do this), put it on the flash drive, boot from it, and update it that way.
For some weird reason I was not able to do that with this f/w version. Previously it has worked, but this time I got a "not enough memory" message. Maybe just a quirk on my mobo. The CD image worked no problem.
was it a clean dos boot? it worked for me.
- InitDiskBad or missing Command Interpreter: command.com /P /E:256
Enter the full shell command line:
In order for the update tool to work you must change any and all SATA controllers to IDE even if your SSD is not on that SATA controllers port this is because the tool scans all ports.
Intel makes scary update tools as I did three SSD's in a row with the last one finished the bottom half of the screen fills with random characters but lucky didn’t do any harm after restarting.
redux, mistermokkori and PeterUK,
thank you for your good advices.
Finally, I can not boot a firmware CD from both of IDE-attached and USB-attached DVD-ROM drives. No SATA-attached DVD-ROM drive in my home.....Intel recommends this.... Today I got a USB FD drive and made a DOS boot diskette. I can update a SSD to V1.7 firmware successfully!
Hellow! I was in toruble just like same of your's. But, I've solved it. how to...
Reconnect and change Motherboard port No. of Optical drive
For example, change (your optical drive )port 6 to port 1.
maybe,this trouble is in cause of (condigsys derectory wrong with intel iso imgage files)