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      Firmware update for Micron C400 series Solid State Drives to fix bluescreens and system hangs - ThinkPad

      Symptom

      Systems with Lenovo Branded Micron C400 series 2.5" solid state drives (SSD) may experience bluescreens, system hangs, crashes, or the drive may not be seen.

       

      Affected Configurations

      Affected Configurations:

      • ThinkPad
      • ThinkCentre
      • ThinkStation

      Affected Systems (machine types, model types):

      • Any ThinkPad or ThinkCentre with a 128GB or 256GB Micron C400 2.5” solid state drive, or ThinkStation with a 512GB Micron C400 2.5” solid state drive.   

      The system is configured with

      • A Lenovo branded Micron C400 128GB, or 256GB, or 512GB 2.5” solid state drive.  These drives can be identified as follows:
        • The 128GB drive's label will show a P/N of MTFDDAK128MAM-1J1.
        • The 256GB drive's label will show a P/N of MTFDDAK256MAM-1K12.
        • The 512GB drive's label will show a P/N of MTFDDAK512MAM-1K1.
       

      Below is an example of a Micron 256GB C400 drive label:

       

      Applies To

      All Operating Systems

       

      Solution

      A new firmware has been released that addresses these issues as well as some encryption compatibility problems.  For the 128GB and 512GB drive, the new firmware is 070H.  For the 256GB drive, the new firmware is 08TH.

      There are two versions of this firmware: a bootable CD version and a Windows executable.  Regardless of version, any existing hard drive password that was set up in BIOS needs to be removed.  If running any full disk encryption software (e.g. Bitlocker, Endpoint Encryption, PGP, SafeGuard, etc.) use of the Windows based firmware updater requires that the drive be decrypted otherwise the firmware update will fail.  For this reason, it is recommended that users with encrypted drives use the CD version to update their drive's firmware since no decryption is needed.

      Although the firmware update makes no changes to the data on the drive, it is recommended that a backup be performed prior to any firmware update.

      Bootable CD version:

      For 128GB and 512GB drive:

      micron-c400.070H.iso

      For 256GB drive:

      micron-c400.08TH-TCG.iso


      Microsoft Windows 7 version:

      For 128GB and 512GB drive:

      Micron SSD Firmware Update Utility 
      Unzip and run Lenovo_070H_Win7_SSDFirmwareUpdater.exe. View and accept the license agreement.

      For 256GB drive:

      Micron SSD Firmware Update Utility
      Unzip and run Lenovo_08TH_Win7_SSDFirmwareUpdater.exe. View and accept the license agreement.

       

      Microsoft Windows 8:

      For 128GB and 512GB drive:

      Micron SSD Firmware Update Utility
      Unzip and run Lenovo_070H_Win8_SSDFirmwareUpdater.exe. View and accept the license agreement.

      For 256GB drive

      Micron SSD Firmware Update Utility
      Unzip and run Lenovo_08TH_Win8_SSDFirmwareUpdater.exe. View and accept the license agreement.

      • There is a specific file depending upon whether you have a 128GB or 256GB drive and whether running Microsoft Windows 7 or Windows 8.
      • Before running the program, save and exit any running applications.
      • Run the appropriate firmware update program for your drive.  Upon completion, the machine will automatically shut down and reboot to finish the update.

      NOTES:

      1. For either method used to update the firmware, when booting back into Windows, the operating system may say that new hardware was detected and a reboot is necessary to complete the installation.  This is normal behavior after update drive firmware.
      2. If the drive failed diagnostics prior to updating the firmware, it will likely continue to fail after the update.  If the drive still fails, it will be replaced under warranty.  Please contact Lenovo support for replacement.

       

      Notes
      1. For either method used to update the firmware, when booting back into Windows, the operating system may say that new hardware was detected and a reboot is necessary to complete the installation.  This is normal behavior after update drive firmware.
      2. If the drive failed diagnostics prior to updating the firmware, it will likely continue to fail after the update.  If the drive still fails, it will be replaced under warranty.  Please contact Lenovo support for replacement.

       

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      • Alias ID: SF13-T0005
      • Document ID: HT076505
      • Last Updated :17 Jun 2014
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