Checking my SSD510 (PPG2) with Intel's SSD Toolbox (v.3.0.2) it (now) also gives an error message:
- with "Quick Diagnostic Scan" the "Read Scan" fails at 80%, though "Data Integrity" does (not yet?) give any error.
- with "Full Diagnostic Scan" the "Read Scan" already fails at 1%, whereas "Data Integrity" check completes again successfully.
Although I did not run the test directly before running the firmware upgrade tool I did run it several days ago and it did not give any error messages.
CrystaldiskInfo (v.188.8.131.521) does now not even start up anymore and a following Error Scan with HD Tune (v.5.0) revealed defect blocks, which had not been there when I last scanned the drive.
Did the programmers of this firmware upgrade utility just miss out the the possibility of the existence of SSD drives? Or is this a incompatibility between Seagate's utility and especially Intel SSDs?
Hardware: standard mATX Gigabyte board with AMD 785G-Chipset.
p.s. similar message posted in Seagate support forum.