04-18-2013 01:56 PM - edited 03-19-2014 07:53 AM
SanDisk has released the ISO firmware images to allow SSD firmware update on operating systems that are NOT supported by the SanDisk SSD Toolkit. Each capacity drive has a separate Firmware ISO. You MUST use the correct firmware ISO for the capacity SSD you have installed.
WARNING: Applying the wrong firmware ISO to your SSD product will render the drive unusable! Please confirm the capacity of your SSD product before proceeding with the firmware download and update.
Note: The SanDisk Ultra+ SSD has two different model numbers. There is no functional difference between the two different model numbers. The Label on the SSD itself will always show SDSSDHP regardless of the internal model number.
Please verify the model number using one of the methods below. Do not use the SSD label to verify model number. Additionally you will need to know the capacity of your Ultra+ SSD and select the corresponding download below
Checking Model Number
Method 1 - Use SanDisk SSD Tool kit. The model number will be listed under Drive Info > Model
Method 2 - Under Device Manager > Disk Drives
1. Open Macintosh Hard drive > Applications > Utilities > System Information
2. In System Information on the left side select Serial ATA, The Model number will be listed on the top right window
Step 1 - Verify the capacity and model number (Using Device manager or SSD ToolKit) of your SanDisk Ultra+ SSD and download the corresponding firmware ISO
SanDisk Ultra+ SSD SDSSDH2-064GB
SanDisk Ultra+ SSD SDSSDH2-128GB
SanDisk Ultra+ SSD SDSSDH2-256GB
SanDisk Ultra+ SSD SDSSDHP-064GB
SanDisk Ultra+ SSD SDSSDHP-128GB
SanDisk Ultra+ SSD SDSSDHP-256GB
Burn image with Windows 7 or 8: Right-click on the .iso file and select 'Burn Image'
Restart your computer.
For PC and Linux
1. After restart, your system will boot to the SanDisk Firmware Updater
03-19-2014 08:52 AM
Is it still possible to have the 2316 version?
It seems to have solved a problem for Hellsfoul, and I've a similar problem and configuration than him (HDD "randomly" detected on a Dell GX620).