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    SSD storage board

    Hi everybody,

    There have expert replace third party M2 size SSD module on i series instead of original Storage Board?

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    Re: SSD storage board

    Sure
    If you dont have a contributor badge, dont ask me for firmware or manuals.

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    Re: SSD storage board

    Oh, the specific brands of SSD storage the copier is supported?

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    Re: SSD storage board

    to be honest with you, your post was a poor translation to english and my response was apathetic indifference.
    If you dont have a contributor badge, dont ask me for firmware or manuals.

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    Re: SSD storage board

    It's like that with all his posts, maybe language barrier is too big. I think he asked if new i-series bizhubs storage board(SSD) may be replaced with aftermarket SSD(cheap) than original KM.
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    Re: SSD storage board

    As far as I know, they can't be replaced by any other consumer NVMe disk. There are two kind of NVMe disks mounted in i-Series - PHISON (the bigger) and Toshiba (the smaller one).
    I've tested Toshiba KBG30ZMS256G as the closest to the original (KBG30AMS256G), unfortunately even this was not enough.

    Long story short...
    Disks distributed by KM are most probably whitelisted (by firmware revision number) in the copier firmware - both kind of disks have the same firmware rev. and that's pretty impossible in real world in case of different manufacturers.
    You can't edit firmware revision number, you can't extract firmware from OEM disk controller to upload to another disk, you could probably manually edit revision in firmware controller update image... but it's encrypted.

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    Re: SSD storage board

    the question is
    Why do you want a ssd from the i series?
    Are they giving problems?
    has to connect another ssd m2 but I have not seen anything in the manual
    and the microsd thing drives me crazy

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