Solidigm™ Bootable Firmware Update Tool (Intel® branded NAND SSDs)



The Solidigm™ Bootable Firmware Update Tool (Intel® branded NAND SSDs) enables OS independent firmware updating of Solidigm™ SSDs.

Available Downloads

  • OS Independent
  • Size: 125 MB
  • SHA1: E50F44E4BD9499F17D27A1CB1D7BBC69F88C992E

Detailed Description

The Solidigm™ Bootable Firmware Update Tool (Intel® branded NAND SSDs) provides the firmware update capabilities of the Solidigm™ Storage Tool (Intel® branded NAND SSDs) outside of an operating system (OS), so there are no OS requirements.

The tool comes in the form of an ISO image and requires a blank USB or CD (with CD burning software and a read/writable CD-ROM drive).


Getting started

  • The firmware update process is done entirely at your own risk. Before attempting to update the firmware, it is your responsibility to back up or make copies of your files. If the firmware update process is interrupted, your SSD may not function properly.
  • For the latest firmware available, check the firmware versions.
  • If you purchased your SSD from an OEM, your firmware version may have different naming. Contact your local OEM representative for latest firmware revisions.
  • Limitations, requirements and installation steps are including in the User Guide.
  • If you need any assistance with the firmware update or experience issues, please contact Customer Support.
  • This download contains both Solidigm™ proprietary software and an open source Linux* operating environment. The components of the open source Linux operating environment provided in this download are licensed under the GNU L/GPL and other licenses as applicable. These licenses are included in the "licenses" folder in the download image.

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