Latest Samsung NVMe Driver Released

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  1. Posts : 7,257
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       #21

    Not only do they have that awful cap on their driver, but now it's all been a mistake...
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  2. Posts : 1,806
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       #22

    Sedril said:
    Looking at the Samsung website now shows the 3.2 driver... Did they pull the new one already?
    After reading Brink's post last night I went on the hunt for a download. On the first Samsung link I received the famous "Please try again within 24 hours". Last update I downloaded from a driver site after trying Samsung for 7 days straight.

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    I left the page open to remind myself, still giving the please wait. When I toured all the Samsung links from Google this morning, I no longer get to the 3.3 version, they're all now 3.2 . Only one link offered the 3.3 version but no more. ODD!

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  3. Posts : 26,338
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       #23

    Sedril said:
    Looking at the Samsung website now shows the 3.2 driver... Did they pull the new one already?
    Same here.

    This morning at 03:30 when I woke up, it said the download for 3.3 was already maxed, and I always get the newest driver and Magician at that time.

    Now I just got home and the download is back to 3.2.

    3.3 must have been buggy, so they pulled it, I guess.
    This is why the only allow a certain amount of downloads the first couple of days.
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  4. Posts : 26,338
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       #24

    NOW we know what happened to the driver

    The CEO from Samsung stole it
    Samsung board Chairman Lee Sang-hoon resigns following jail sentence
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  5. Posts : 757
    Windows 10 Home x64
       #25

    Cliff S said:
    This post is my subscription post then
    Likewise!

    Although it does seem like a bit premature shot...?
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  6. Posts : 1,191
    Windows 11 Pro x64
       #26

    Cliff S said:
    Same here.

    This morning at 03:30 when I woke up, it said the download for 3.3 was already maxed, and I always get the newest driver and Magician at that time.

    Now I just got home and the download is back to 3.2.

    3.3 must have been buggy, so they pulled it, I guess.
    This is why the only allow a certain amount of downloads the first couple of days.

    More like a mistake. Samsung reluctantly upgrades their drivers. They do not release anything unless it is really needed and I wouldn't have expected one so soon after 3.2 Maybe they are planning a release though with support for a new device and someone made a mistake and put it up too early - I have seen no signs that anyone actually downloaded a 3.3 driver let alone downloaded and found serious bugs in that short of time.
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  7. Posts : 27
    Win 10 x64 Pro
       #27

    Looks like 3.3 is back, but of course the downloads are capped so may take a few days to get it....
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  8. Posts : 61,503
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       #28

    Sedril said:
    Looks like 3.3 is back, but of course the downloads are capped so may take a few days to get it....
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  9. Posts : 7,257
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
       #29

    It says 3.3 on the link page but then the second page still says 3.2.
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  10. Posts : 61,503
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       #30

    swarfega said:
    It says 3.3 on the link page but then the second page still says 3.2.
    If I click on the 3.2 link on the second page, it will download.

    3.2 is being offered as an alternative until 3.3 can be downloaded.

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