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Old 28th October 2009, 15:07   #1
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Default Intel pulls TRIM firmware after data corruption complaints

Are Intel's new 34-nm solid-state drives just naturally predisposed to eating your data? The chipmaker had to halt shipments this summer after a BIOS-password-related data corruption issue came to light, and today, Engadget writes that Intel has pulled its new TRIM-enabled firmware after some users who installed it complained of data loss.
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