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Re: Flash Tool from V1711 to V1571 (revised 9/4)

Postby JAYMZ » Mon Sep 14, 2009 9:45 am

Hello All, I thought I would let you know that the downgrade tool worked in Win7 64bit.
I just used the ccompatibility tool set for xp sp2 ,I got error but the yap.....bin was installed then I restated flash and completed the 6 drives I had to do.I was getting freeze up with 1711 all seems well now. here are benches raid 0 4 drives. I hope we get a good firmware update soon ,I did run all six in
raid 0 but the IO was overwhelmed at this point

http://www.myalbumbank.com/displayimage.php?pos=-2992



System Information

Kit Installed: 8.9.0.1023
Kit Install History: 8.9.0.1023, Uninstall
Shell Version: 8.9.0.1023

OS Name: Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate
OS Version: 6.1.7600 Build 7600
System Name: THE_MACHINE
System Manufacturer: ASUSTeK Computer INC.
System Model: P6T
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7 CPU 920 @ 2.67GHz
BIOS Version/Date: American Megatrends Inc. 0707 , 08/18/2009

Language: ENU



Intel(R) Matrix Storage Manager

Intel RAID Controller: Intel(R) ICH8R/ICH9R/ICH10R/DO/PCH SATA RAID Controller
Number of Serial ATA ports: 6

RAID Option ROM Version: 8.0.0.1038
Driver Version: 8.9.0.1023
RAID Plug-In Version: 8.9.0.1023
Language Resource Version of the RAID Plug-In: 8.9.0.1023
Create Volume Wizard Version: 8.9.0.1023
Language Resource Version of the Create Volume Wizard: 8.9.0.1023
Create Volume from Existing Hard Drive Wizard Version: 8.9.0.1023
Language Resource Version of the Create Volume from Existing Hard Drive Wizard: 8.9.0.1023
Modify Volume Wizard Version: 8.9.0.1023
Language Resource Version of the Modify Volume Wizard: 8.9.0.1023
Delete Volume Wizard Version: 8.9.0.1023
Language Resource Version of the Delete Volume Wizard: 8.9.0.1023
ISDI Library Version: 8.9.0.1023
Event Monitor User Notification Tool Version: 8.9.0.1023
Language Resource Version of the Event Monitor User Notification Tool: 8.9.0.1023
Event Monitor Version: 8.9.0.1023

Array_0000
Status: No active migrations
Hard Drive Data Cache Enabled: Yes
Size: 59.6 GB
Free Space: 0 GB
Number of Hard Drives: 2
Hard Drive Member 1: STT_FTM32GX25H
Hard Drive Member 2: STT_FTM32GX25H
Number of Volumes: 1
Volume Member 1: XXX

Array_0001
Status: No active migrations
Hard Drive Data Cache Enabled: Yes
Size: 119.2 GB
Free Space: 0 GB
Number of Hard Drives: 4
Hard Drive Member 1: STT_FTM32GX25H
Hard Drive Member 2: STT_FTM32GX25H
Hard Drive Member 3: STT_FTM32GX25H
Hard Drive Member 4: STT_FTM32GX25H
Number of Volumes: 1
Volume Member 1: test

XXX
Status: Normal
System Volume: Yes
Volume Write-Back Cache Enabled: Yes
RAID Level: RAID 0 (striping)
Strip Size: 64 KB
Size: 59.6 GB
Physical Sector Size: 512 Bytes
Logical Sector Size: 512 Bytes
Number of Hard Drives: 2
Hard Drive Member 1: STT_FTM32GX25H
Hard Drive Member 2: STT_FTM32GX25H
Parent Array: Array_0000

test
Status: Normal
System Volume: No
Volume Write-Back Cache Enabled: Yes
RAID Level: RAID 0 (striping)
Strip Size: 64 KB
Size: 119.2 GB
Physical Sector Size: 512 Bytes
Logical Sector Size: 512 Bytes
Number of Hard Drives: 4
Hard Drive Member 1: STT_FTM32GX25H
Hard Drive Member 2: STT_FTM32GX25H
Hard Drive Member 3: STT_FTM32GX25H
Hard Drive Member 4: STT_FTM32GX25H
Parent Array: Array_0001

Hard Drive 0
Usage: Array member
Status: Normal
Device Port: 0
Device Port Location: Internal
Current Serial ATA Transfer Mode: Generation 2
Model: STT_FTM32GX25H
Serial Number: P566971-BDIX
Firmware: 1571
Native Command Queuing Support: Yes
Hard Drive Data Cache Enabled: Yes
Size: 29.8 GB
Physical Sector Size: 512 Bytes
Logical Sector Size: 512 Bytes
Number of Volumes: 1
Volume Member 1: XXX
Parent Array: Array_0000

Hard Drive 1
Usage: Array member
Status: Normal
Device Port: 1
Device Port Location: Internal
Current Serial ATA Transfer Mode: Generation 2
Model: STT_FTM32GX25H
Serial Number: P568832-HDIX
Firmware: 1571
Native Command Queuing Support: Yes
Hard Drive Data Cache Enabled: Yes
Size: 29.8 GB
Physical Sector Size: 512 Bytes
Logical Sector Size: 512 Bytes
Number of Volumes: 1
Volume Member 1: XXX
Parent Array: Array_0000

Hard Drive 2
Usage: Array member
Status: Normal
Device Port: 2
Device Port Location: Internal
Current Serial ATA Transfer Mode: Generation 2
Model: STT_FTM32GX25H
Serial Number: P567935-ADIX
Firmware: 1571
Native Command Queuing Support: Yes
Hard Drive Data Cache Enabled: Yes
Size: 29.8 GB
Physical Sector Size: 512 Bytes
Logical Sector Size: 512 Bytes
Number of Volumes: 1
Volume Member 1: test
Parent Array: Array_0001

Hard Drive 3
Usage: Array member
Status: Normal
Device Port: 3
Device Port Location: Internal
Current Serial ATA Transfer Mode: Generation 2
Model: STT_FTM32GX25H
Serial Number: P567935-ADIX
Firmware: 1571
Native Command Queuing Support: Yes
Hard Drive Data Cache Enabled: Yes
Size: 29.8 GB
Physical Sector Size: 512 Bytes
Logical Sector Size: 512 Bytes
Number of Volumes: 1
Volume Member 1: test
Parent Array: Array_0001

Hard Drive 4
Usage: Array member
Status: Normal
Device Port: 4
Device Port Location: Internal
Current Serial ATA Transfer Mode: Generation 2
Model: STT_FTM32GX25H
Serial Number: P567935-ADIX
Firmware: 1571
Native Command Queuing Support: Yes
Hard Drive Data Cache Enabled: Yes
Size: 29.8 GB
Physical Sector Size: 512 Bytes
Logical Sector Size: 512 Bytes
Number of Volumes: 1
Volume Member 1: test
Parent Array: Array_0001

Hard Drive 5
Usage: Array member
Status: Normal
Device Port: 5
Device Port Location: Internal
Current Serial ATA Transfer Mode: Generation 2
Model: STT_FTM32GX25H
Serial Number: P569318-ADIX
Firmware: 1571
Native Command Queuing Support: Yes
Hard Drive Data Cache Enabled: Yes
Size: 29.8 GB
Physical Sector Size: 512 Bytes
Logical Sector Size: 512 Bytes
Number of Volumes: 1
Volume Member 1: test
Parent Array: Array_0001
JAYMZ
 
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Re: Flash Tool from V1711 to V1571 (revised 9/4)

Postby STT-MJ » Wed Sep 16, 2009 10:27 am

Hi Jay:

Your inforamtion is so detail. I will PM you later when I get the solution for it.
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Re: Flash Tool from V1711 to V1571 (revised 9/4)

Postby mscsnoopy » Thu Sep 17, 2009 1:18 pm

After spending the whole afternoon trying to downgrade the XXXX S/N model (FTM28GX25H) back to 1571 without any success, I guess downgrading XXXX S/N is NOT possible?

Can anyone confirm this thought?

Regards,
Marcel
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Re: Flash Tool from V1711 to V1571 (revised 9/4)

Postby Magic_k0 » Fri Sep 18, 2009 1:55 am

im not able to downgrade my XXXX drive too.
only getting an error msg:
debug assertion failure
..\..\host\host_install.c : 431
and the drive now gets recognised as YATAPDONG BEARFOOT-ROM
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Re: Flash Tool from V1711 to V1571 (revised 9/4)

Postby zaskar » Sat Sep 19, 2009 3:15 pm

Same to me...

Im getting ERROR: DOWNLOAD_MICROCODE is not supported on this platform

Image

WinXP/SP3 newest Software updates
SDD: FTM64GX25H -DEBX- (as you can see in the Picture)
Mainboard: Asus Mainboard P5K-VM/VP-G33
CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo E4700 2.66GHz

yes, i ereased all partitions with Partition Magic
yes, i take the downgrade tool FTM64GX25H_TH.exe

I now spend 10 hours to get this SDD run and always a new error...
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Re: Flash Tool from V1711 to V1571 (revised 9/4)

Postby zaskar » Sun Sep 20, 2009 5:17 am

Hello again

I've got it... 1711 to 1571

Everybody who has Problems wit incompatible WinXP should try it with BartPE WinXP

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BartPE

The Picture is after Firmware downgrade
Image

Download the newest BartPE Builder (v3.1.10a) where you can choose a second Folder.
In this Folder you can put the FirmwareTool in and burn it as a BootDisk. Then run it on your Notebook/Desktop and start with the Explorerer the Firmware downgrade software.

I got no Errors while downgrading...

my Components:

WinXP/SP2 English Version (BartPe Boot CD)
SDD: FTM64GX25H -DEBX- (as you can see in the Picture)
Mainboard: Asus Mainboard P5K-VM/VP-G33
CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo E4700 2.66GHz


hope the Win7 and Office installation runs better now...

Greetz from Germany, Zask
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Re: Flash Tool from V1711 to V1571 (revised 9/4)

Postby sal » Sun Sep 20, 2009 8:08 am

Hi,


I've got a STT_FTM28GX25H with XXXX in the sn, which i want to downgrad to 1571 (from 1711 ;)) cause i am getting freezes under win7 x64...

But i can't downgrade it, no matter what i try...

When i use the FTM28GXXXH.rar file i get the message that the SSD is not supported (tried it under win7 x64, vista x64 and WinXP BartPE Live CD)

When i use the FTM28GX25H.rar file i get beyond the first step (selection of the disk) but then i get the ERROR: "DOWNLOAD_MICROCODE is not supported on this platform" (tried it also under win7 x64, vista x64 and WinXP BartPE Live CD)

Is there an other file which i have not seen?
Should i contact customer support to get an apropriate file?

Thanks
sal
 
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Re: Flash Tool from V1711 to V1571 (revised 9/4)

Postby Moros » Sun Sep 20, 2009 11:53 pm

When using the tool with Vista/Win7, it has to be started in XP-compatibility mode and with admin rights. Also you will have to open/execute it two times, the first time will give you an error, which is normal.
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Re: Flash Tool from V1711 to V1571 (revised 9/4)

Postby sal » Mon Sep 21, 2009 12:05 am

Yeah, i know and started it at least two times... and it didn't work.

That's why i build a BartPE Live CD from XP SP2 Corp. Edition and it didn't work too.

What puzzles me is, that i have XXXX in the sn and tool for the XXXX version won't work, but the normal one does, well at least it gets one step further...
sal
 
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Re: Flash Tool from V1711 to V1571 (revised 9/4)

Postby mscsnoopy » Mon Sep 21, 2009 1:33 am

sal wrote:Yeah, i know and started it at least two times... and it didn't work.

That's why i build a BartPE Live CD from XP SP2 Corp. Edition and it didn't work too.

What puzzles me is, that i have XXXX in the sn and tool for the XXXX version won't work, but the normal one does, well at least it gets one step further...


exactely the same problem here. Any solution? Would be nice if a memer of ST could say at least ANYTHING about this problem. Don't let us die like dumbs...
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