Although Corsair has iCue as its star software, it's amazing that it doesn't put its SSDs on it. In this case, it has some of the best and lowest quality software, but it completely describes its treatment and which we talked about at one time: SSD Toolbox.
So you can update your Corsair SSD firmware
Toolbox Strange continues to exist as software designed for SSDs, especially since Corsair hasn't updated it much CUE and there again its interface isn't such a surprise.
It sounds like old software, but the fact is that it works, in the end that's what matters. Logically, the first thing we'll need to do is uninstall it from the official download site and install it.
The installer is normal, next, next, next. It doesn't have much mystery unless we want to install the program on another system or disk drive, something that would be recommended for this type of program.
Once installed it will have its usual sign, which will display it like this:
Our favorite section is the very first one shown, the details of the unit, where we can see the specific model, exact number, the latest, most important firmware version temperature (and it is important to optimize) as well as the total amount of study material and host authoring.
The ma in thing to keep in mind is that before updating, it is important to back up our data, especially the information contained in the SSD, because although there is no problem in this type of update, there is never more to prevent.
Temperatures will determine regeneration
One of the things we will need to consider before backup is the active temperature of the SSD before the update. It is recommended that this be a small probability of doing nothing, because, even though the update is such a control, it appears that hot cells may report some internal error when we update, assign an error during the process and leave the firmware with it more.
Therefore, whenever possible, we recommend that SSD be as new as possible to avoid errors with NAND Flash cells. To update the firmware we know all of the above we will have to just click button & # 39; small & # 39;
If the software is pressed, it will find out whether we have the latest version of the firmware or, on the other hand, if any new version is installed. In the latter case and unfortunately it will not tell us the development it contains, so it is worth looking for information on certain Corsair network or platforms in developing the specifications, since many completely destroy the controller and cells, leaving the SSD factory (which is why the backup we talked about earlier).
When the process is complete, we will be asked to restart, which will enable the firmware to work with its new version after the UEFI POST.