6 Replies Latest reply on Aug 12, 2014 1:56 PM by vaal12

    Intel 320 80GB SSD 8MB Bug


      Hi there,


      I got an Intel 320 and copied my system with Acronis Disk Director on it, reboot and Windows 8 booted fine. After Login (30 seconds) the System crashed and displayed "critical_process_died".


      On a reboot there is no data to boot on disk.


      So I switched to the BIOS, the SSD is displayed with BAD_CTX 0x ....


      I booted Linux and searched for information, i found this link, wrote it to CD and tried...


      Download Center


      It just displays that the update of the drive does not success and I may try to disable password, enable SMART or switch to IDE legacy mode. The third one is the only one on my (latest version) BIOS which is possible.


      So I switched to SATA "IDE Mode" and retried, with no success. The same message displayed as on the first try.


      So I switched to Intel Support and selected my product ... which results in "Keine Ergebnisse gefunden für Solid-State-Laufwerke und Caching + Intel® Hochleistungs-Solid-State-Laufwerk + Intel® 320er-Solid-State-Laufwerke (80 GB, 2,5"/6,35 cm, 3-Gbit/s-SATA, 25-nm-Technik, MLC)" ... means no result found.




      Where do I find the latest firmware for my device which enables it again?