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cdawall

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I have a drive missing quite a bit of information, but smart shows the data (with unknown headers) Tried to submit and get a failure to submit.


 
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Thanks for reporting this. Will look into it.
 

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I have a drive missing quite a bit of information, but smart shows the data (with unknown headers) Tried to submit and get a failure to submit.


Try again and PM me your IP at he time so I can look into the logs
 

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Here is windows 10 which is what is installed to that disk I will see if I can get 7 to see the drive and check if that errors the same way
 

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We tracked down this bug earlier today, a fix should be implemented soon in SSD-Z
 
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It looks like your software tries to show data from device name.

I have newly realized Silicon Power S55 SSD drive. Despite it is OK that software detects it as S60 because these SSDs is similar. http://www.techpowerup.com/ssdz/details.php?id=723



New S55 SSD features Phison S10 controller, however software says that it features old Phison S8 which was in old S55/ S60. So it looks like software failure.



This looks like Toshiba memory. SSDz says that it is Intel/ Micron chips.



BTW it looks like completely new memory chips. Tried to find info about it however it wasn't successful.
(S55/S60)
 
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Thanks for reporting this. Unfortunately, these Silicon Power SSDs all report the same model name "SPCC Solid State Disk". This means that to distinguish between them through software is not a straight forward task, if even possible. Will change the detection behaviour, so all these Silicon Power SSDs doesn't show up incorrectly as an S60 model.
 
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just downloaded today.
explain this if you can

thanks for the tool.


clicked the close submission button, so how do you repoen it to submit other drives later on?

oh and its a Silicone Power 240. :)
 
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