Crucial M4 Firmware Update 040H.

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  1. TheDeeGee

    TheDeeGee Ancient Guru

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    Crucial has released a new firmware update for their M4 line.

    http://www.guru3d.com/files_details/crucial_m4_010g_firmware_download.html

     
  2. TheDeeGee

    TheDeeGee Ancient Guru

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    Just updated mine from 000F. Worked just fine.

    If you use the Win7/8 installer and it says "finished_" for a while just wait, it will do a Coldboot after like 20 seconds.
     
  3. BlackZero

    BlackZero Guest

    After what happened last time I think I'll wait a little while. I do like the fixes mentioned though.
     
  4. Ven0m

    Ven0m Ancient Guru

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    2 more confirmed successful upgrades & I'll install it myself.
     

  5. sancez

    sancez Guest

    Heya,
    would like to run it too. But after the last firmware update not working with UEFI I kinda feel it's better to wait until some1 confirms it working.
    I'm too dependent on my notebook to try it myself.
     
  6. iancook221188

    iancook221188 Ancient Guru

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    i mite have to try this one, this time know ones is say it not working for them
     
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  9. Zboe

    Zboe Guest

    Still rocking 000F and won't be changing it soon. If it's not broke I'm not going to "fix" it.
     
  10. rta

    rta Guest

    Same here. Scared to death now my UD5H won't boot.
     

  11. HeavyHemi

    HeavyHemi Guest

    The Windows based updater still does not work on my E758 board running Win 8. It start's reboots then gives me a boot failure. Rebooting the system fixes that error. Burning ISO to disk works fine. I've not tested the one major issue I think this may fix on my drive. When changing a BIOS setting that requires a reboot, changing the bclk for example, the drive disappears from the BIOS. I have let the drive sit on the BIOS screen for 5 minutes or so then reboot and it's revived. It's happened several times. No other issues besides that one. But it's scary enough having your drive disappear just from simply changing BIOS settings. Enabling or disabling HT does it too.

    Edit UPDATE

    I rebooted several times changing both HT and Bclk both together and independently and nary an issue detecting the drive. Finally something actually fixed!
     
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