The SSD Toolbox should run fine. However, the SSD Optimizer only supports G2 and newer drives.
Thank you for the answer. That is kind of what I suspected. I wanted to "clean" my SSD. Can you recommend how to go about that. I have two of those Gen1 models and since there is no Trim, they must be "clogged". Your guidance would be appreciated.
I have the same problem but with a brand new 510 drive. Everytime I click on the SSD drive it refreshes the screen. I can click on the two SATA drives just fine.
I have the same problem with my new 320 series.
If you have an nforce motherboard and you have the nforce chipset installed you will need to change the SATA controllers in the device manger back to the windows default Standard Dual Channel controller to get the Intel SSD Toolbox to work.