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 Post subject: Dead Intel SSDSCKKF256H6 CN-OPCFF9-1T100-6AC-018F-A00
PostPosted: November 18th, 2020, 16:23 
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Hello everyone,

I got this Intel M2 yesterday from a member of my family. SM controller 2258G. I search on this forum for those reference, no luck.

None of the chips get really hot, Sata to controller capacitor are ok.

does anyone know if there's a terminal access on those M2 ? ( I missing conventional drives :? )

I tried to mount it using USB to M2 adatper, nothing (If I connect CX1-GB512 M2, it mount directly).
I tried on PC3K but goes BSY, I don't think this model is supported however I am not sure exactly how Intel define model... PC 3K support (Postville 320 & 710 series and X25 & X18) and one Intel Marvell 510 series.

DP/N 0PCFF9
FW D07N
Model SSDSCKKF256H6
PBA J25398-100
SA J28308-102


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 Post subject: Re: Dead Intel SSDSCKKF256H6 CN-OPCFF9-1T100-6AC-018F-A00
PostPosted: November 18th, 2020, 19:30 
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The print on the PCB suggests that it is designed for the "Loyd Star" codename.

Wikipedia's references to this family identify the controller as Silicon Motion SM2256 ???

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Intel_SSDs

I suspect that the two test point at the top right corner of the first photo may be for "ROM mode". The left pad appears to be connected to a pullup resistor, in which case it should be safe to short it to ground. But you'll need to verify that for yourself.

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 Post subject: Re: Dead Intel SSDSCKKF256H6 CN-OPCFF9-1T100-6AC-018F-A00
PostPosted: November 19th, 2020, 4:18 
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Thank you for your help, that's awesome. I'll will investigate.


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 Post subject: Re: Dead Intel SSDSCKKF256H6 CN-OPCFF9-1T100-6AC-018F-A00
PostPosted: November 21st, 2020, 6:07 
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With the great help of fzabkar, I was able to access the data using PC3K terminal and DE. Happy end, case closed


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 Post subject: Re: Dead Intel SSDSCKKF256H6 CN-OPCFF9-1T100-6AC-018F-A00
PostPosted: November 21st, 2020, 6:54 
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Hm? PC3K was able to recover Intel 2258? Very interesting!

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