Plextor Comes Up with Firmware 1.02 for the M5 Pro SSD

The Japanese manufacturer pushed out another firmware update to help M5 Pro SSD owners

  Plextor M5 Pro Firmware 1.02 is out
Plextor has come out with a new and improved firmware for their M5 Pro series SSD. Version 1.02 does not pack too many fixes; therefore the product must have been pretty well revised before launch.

Plextor has come out with a new and improved firmware for their M5 Pro series SSD. Version 1.02 does not pack too many fixes; therefore the product must have been pretty well revised before launch.

The 1.02 addresses the M5 Pro family only (128GB - PX-128M5P, 256GB - PX-256M5P and 512GB - PX-512M5P) and brings in some fixes and a performance upgrades for reading/writing to the disk.

With this update, the problem regarding the wrong World-Wide Name signal on some systems and the WHQL TRIM Failure symptom is, as well, history.

The 2.5” device is a remarkable piece of hardware bearing in mind that it has a SATA 6Gb/s interface capable of blazing fast speed. Added to that is the estimated lifetime of the drive itself: more than 2.4 million hours. And if we further mention the 5-year warranty service that Plextor offers, the M5 Pro SSD becomes a very handy tool for any user out there.

As usual, we leave you with the download links so you can stay “updated one minute ago.”

Plextor M5 Pro SSD Firmware 1.02

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