Discussion in 'HP ProBook 4530s' started by RehabMan, Nov 7, 2012.
Did you check your SMART status? May be something peculiar about the specific SSD you have...
Ive ran a app called Smart utility in OS X and it says its passed is there anyway i can check in windows or do you know a program i can run?
Crystal Disk Info can display SMART data. Maybe the BIOS has an option to disable the SMART check.
I have this. Is this correct? if it is then it says that the SSD is 100% and theres no option in the bios. It keeps coming up now when I first turn on the laptop I don't get it tho.
That's what I thought but I wonder why it does it then. I erased snow leopard but still does it. But if I reboot out of Windows 10 it doesn't do it it only seems to do it when I reboot out of OS X. It's weird.
Make sure you have the latest firmware on your SSD.
I never used the Samsung EVO series on my 4530s. At the time I had the 4530s fitted with SSD, it was a Crucial M4.
I downloaded the tool to check the firmware and it's got the latest. I'll just ignore the message if it does die I can RMA with Samsung.
Hi RehabMan. Do you think i should send this Samsung EVO 850 SSD back i updated clover rebooted and that smart error came back what do you think i should do? actually what would you do?
It is more a question for Samsung or HP. I have no issue with my Crucial M4 in my 4540s, and no issue with the Samsung 840 EVO in my u430.
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