Crucial m4 2.5 inch SDD Firmware 070H for Windows 7

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Date: September 25, 2013
File Size: 1.2 MB
OS Support: Windows 7
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Transform your system's performance.

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What's New:

  • Firmware 070H is recommended for anyone currently running 040H or previous firmware releases. It includes incremental improvements and refinements over these versions which may improve the overall user experience.
  • Like recent firmware versions, version 070H has improvements over versions 000F which are specific for Windows 8 and new UltraBook systems, although systems running Windows 7 and other operating systems may also see improvements. Any m4 firmware version will function normally in Windows 8, even without these performance improvements.
  • Resolved a power-up timing issue that could result in a drive hang, resulting in an inability to communicate with the host computer. The hang condition would typically occur during power-up or resume from Sleep or Hibernate. Most often, a new power cycle will clear the condition and allow normal operations to continue. The failure mode has only been observed in factory test. The failure mode is believed to have been contained to the factory. This fix is being implemented for all new builds, for all form factors, as a precautionary measure. The fix may be implemented in the field, as desired, to prevent occurrence of this boot-time failure. To date, no known field returns have been shown to be related to this issue. A failure of this type would typically be recoverable by a system reset.

Supported Products:

  • 64GB Crucial 2.5" m4 SSD Part #: CT064M4SSD2
  • 128GB Crucial 2.5" m4 SSD Part #: CT128M4SSD2
  • 256GB Crucial 2.5" m4 SSD Part #: CT256M4SSD2
  • 512GB Crucial 2.5" m4 SSD Part #: CT512M4SSD2

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