02-02-2014 02:06 PM
I have installed a 525 60Gb SSD in my old ibm thinkpad x41 (by the use of a small PATA to mSATA interface card). When I try to boot issdfut 2.0.9 from a usb, it fails to boot past start of Xorg with a:
Fatal server error:
Caught signal 4 (Illegal Instruction). Server aborting
I also have a newer hp 2540p laptop, which boots fine the same usb with issdfut...
Any idea of why it will not boot?
Will you release a firmware update utility for linux (as the utility on the usb is running linux anyhow)? I'm running Ubuntu on both laptops.
02-03-2014 10:01 AM
In this case the best recommendation is to use the Intel® SSD 525 in direct connection with the mSATA port.
I am sorry for any inconvenience.
02-03-2014 01:59 PM
There is no mSATA port on the thinkpad x41, which is why i use the PATA to mSATA interface card. In my HP 2540p laptop there is only normal SATA connection.
My 525 SSD has the LLLi firmware. How can I see if this is the latest.
I'm looking into this update of firmware, because I experienced an issue when formatting partitions (to ext4) or issue fstrim (
sudo fstrim -v /) from ubuntu on the drive. When doing this the SSD suddenly gets non-accessible, and I get "input/output error" and I need to do a cold restart (power off, power on).
02-06-2014 01:59 PM
The drive already has the latest firmware. This could be due to compatibility.