Monday, July 18, 2011

Intel recognizes the bug for the 8MB SSD 320 Series

The solid state drives Intel's 320 Series is the manufacturer of the current proposal for home and office systems. These solutions, with SATA 3 Gb / s form factor 2.5 "MLC NAND flash memory chips to 25 nm, are presented with an attractive price per gigabyte and are covered with 5 year warranty. But from a bit 'of time some users that use these SSDs have noticed a serious bug in the firmware of the product that prevents access to data stored on it and reduces the ability to just 8 MB.

After receiving numerous complaints by community support, Intel has officially acknowledged the presence of the bug asking customers who may encounter the problem contact support waiting for a solution, currently being studied. It seems that the curse of buggy firmware for Intel is not yet finished for some time dogged by problems this kind.

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