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Intel Series 320 SSDs: 600GB to 8MB If Power Lost

jafo (11982) writes | more than 2 years ago

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jafo writes "Over the last couple of weeks there have been many reports that Intel Series 320 SSDs, including the mighty 600GB version, are downgrading to a capacity of 8MB. Speculation is that this is caused by the drive being disconnected from power. Intel has responded with few details other than that they are working on a firmware fix. My own personal experience has been a nearly identical failure over the weekend of a 32GB Intel X-25E Enterprise drive, forcing me to wonder if the problem is more widespread than just the Series 320."
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