The firmware updates below are for TDBT SuperC M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD Enclosure only. TDBT is not responsible for damages or data loss as a result of other than intended use.
The latest firmware improved compatibility with 2TB/1920GB M.2 SSDs, fixed overheating issues on certain motherboard chipsets, fixed disconnecting issues on large transfers.
Firmware update requirements:
- Please update firmware on Windows 8 or Windows 10 PC
- Please remove the SSD before connecting SuperC to your computer
Before firmware updating:
Check your current firmware version in Windows Device Manager.
- Right-click the Windows Start button in the bottom left, click on 'Device Manager'.
- Expand the 'Storage controllers'.
- Double-click on 'USB Attached SCSI (UAS) Mass Storage Device'.
- Click the 'Details' tab.
- Under 'Property', choose 'Hardware Ids'.
- Under 'Value', look for 'REV_xxxx', this is the current firmware version number.
Firmware update steps:
- Download the firmware update tool: TDBT_SuperC_FWUpdate_Utility_0206.zip
- Remove any SSD from SuperC enclosure and connect it to your computer.
- Unzip the file you just downloaded, and you will get a .exe file named "SuperC_FWUpdate_Utility_0206"
- Run SuperC_FWUpdate_Utility_0206.exe
- Wait about 30 seconds, the firmware update tool will check new version firmware automatically. When it found the new version firmware, please click the "Update" button to start updating
- After the firmware update finished, click the "Exit" button.
- Disconnect SuperC from your computer and re-connect it. Now, you can recheck the firmware version to check whether the firmware was the latest one.
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