Hopefully you didn’t find out the hard way by killing your SSD and losing all of your data by upgrading to Apple Mountain Lion 10.8 operating system. Many of the OCZ Technology SSD Drives are not compatible with Apple Mountain Lion OS 10.8. OCZ has known about this for at least 2 months and did nothing to notify it’s users about the issue and as a result an operation as simple as upgrading your system will cause you to lose all of your data. Their current response to this major imcompatiblity is the following which was taking from the OCZ Support Forums:
07-31-2012, 06:27 AM
OCZ is aware of the issue regarding Mountain Lion and the above OCZ SSD models. We have the firmware team looking into the issue and we will post an update or fix as soon as one is available.
Thank you for your patience.
With no fix in sight it’s probably best to go with SanDisk or Crucial SSDs.
now beta driver on rdc7tool.sourceforge.net
- Note on Kodak file formats
Kodak’s early proprietary .KDC photo format varies from camera to camera. DC-40 / -50′s .KDC may be similar to one used in the DC-120, but at least one Linux-based conversion program can handle only DC-120′s .KDC’s, but not DC-40 or DC-50′s. Perhaps the change of CCD between the DC-40 / -50 & DC-120 generation cameras explains difference.
- Cameras that work with a USB filesystem but lack a webcam driver.
Aiptex Smart MegaCam A low-end digital camera and webcam Genius Videocam NB Another low end WebCam by Genius
The following CDROM drives have been classified as RED BAND, and are not recommended for purchase:
- Creative 8x CDROM drive, Model CD822 – Will not boot Linux based CDROM disks
- Mitsumi 8x CDROM drive, Model CRMC-FX810T4 – Will not boot Linux based CDROM disks
- Mitsumi 32x CDROM drive Model FX320M – Will not boot Linux
based CDROM disks
The following devices are classified as YELLOW BAND. Devices classed as YELLOW BAND are considered to be unreliable or do not provide complete functionality and are not recommended for purchase:
Netgear RP614 – This device keeps freezing (To prevent freezing, a workaround has been found which involves configuring the internet domain name server as that of the provider, rather than the address of the Netgear device)
Linksys WRT54G – This device keeps freezing. (It is reported that it is possible to reflash this device with open source based firmware, which may resolve the freezing problem. However, it is unconfirmed whether this fixes the “freezing” problem.) The device does not freezes with the OPEN source DD-WRT firmware, unless you do remote management with https enabled.This firmware also increase the transfer rate of the unit.
BT Home Hub 2.0 – There is a bug in the current versions of the BT Home Hub firmware, which prevents the user from updating the DNS server settings. This has been deliberately implemented by British Telecom for “security reasons”.