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Wednesday, October 28, 2009
Intel Takes Down New TRIM Firmware For SSDs


Intel's latest firmware for its SSDs was made unavailable today by the company duw to issues related to the Windows 7 operating system

The new firmare Ver.02HA for Intel's X25-M Mainstream SATA SSDs had been released yesterday.

"Intel has been contacted by users with issues with the 02HA firmware upgrade on Windows 7 systems and are investigating. We take all sightings and issues seriously and are working toward resolution. We have temporarily taken down the firmware update while we investigate,' reads Intel's announcement.


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