Intel Corporation on Monday has pulled back its X25-M and X-18-M SSD shipments equipped with 34nm technology citing its data suffers corruption on its firmware, according to ComputerWorld report.
The new series of second generation of solid state drives, X25-M and X18-M SSDs equipped with 34 nanometer technology has defects in its 02g2 firmware that cause the data corruption when users set a password.
If a password is set, modify or deleted on the drive in the system BIOS, it will be rendered corrupted and useless, the company said.
Meanwhile, the companies said do not change and disabled or create BIOS passwords until the drive firmware is update once it has fixes and release its updated next week.
For more information and firmware update please visit: http://www.intel.com/p/en_US/support