ReadMe.txt Driver File Contents (LiteOn_20CA3-8D256-Q11_CA3-8D512-Q11_20W3WWY_ZPE.exe)

Driver Package File Name: LiteOn_20CA3-8D256-Q11_CA3-8D512-Q11_20W3WWY_ZPE.exe
File Size: 2.7 MB

Note:
You are advised to back up the data in the system and close all open applications. It is also recommended to connect the power cable if it is not a desktop and disconnect all external storage devices.

Firmware upgrade through the Windows utility

Procedure
1. Go to the folder where you have unzipped the package.
2. Right-click on the file and select Run as administrator to run the file with administrator privilege.
3. Click Yes to proceed.
4. Select the solid-state drive from the drop down and click Update to begin the update process.
After the firmware completes, a popup window is displayed
5. Click OK to continue.
A message prompting to reboot the system is displayed. Close all open applications and save your data.
6. Click Yes to reboot the system.

New firmware is applied when you power on the system. To confirm whether the firmware update was successful, repeat the upgrade procedure steps from 1 to 3. Present firmware version and the available update is displayed under the respective solid-state drive.

Firmware upgrade through the DOS utility

Using Bootable USB drive
Note: Rufus is not a Dell certified software. Dell does not support issues regarding this software.
1. Download Rufus from https://rufus.ie. Rufus is a stand-alone program and does not require installation.
2. Connect an empty USB drive and open the Rufus program. The USB drive should be of at least 4 GB.
3. Select Device as the connected USB drive.
4. Choose Disk or ISO image from the drop-down list under Boot selection.
5. Click SELECT and browse to the DOS folder in firmware utility to choose the ISO image file.
6. Click START once the ISO image file is selected.
Rufus prompts a warning message that all the data in the USB drive will be destroyed.
7. Click OK to proceed.
The ISO image file starts copying to the USB drive. This process can take several minutes.
8. Close Rufus and remove the USB drive once the status shows READY.
9. Plug-in the USB drive into the system that requires the firmware update.
10. Boot the system from the USB drive.
11. Press Enter to proceed when prompted.
12. Read the warning message that is displayed and press Y to proceed.
The update tool automatically detects the solid-state drives present on the system.
13. Press Y to proceed with the update.
14. Reboot the system after the update completes.

To confirm whether the firmware update was successful, open Device Manager -> open Disk drives -> right-click the SSD -> click Properties -> choose Hardware Ids from the list under Details tab and check the firmware version. 

Using a CD
1. Go to the DOS folder.
2. Insert a blank CD into CD/DVD R/W drive.
3. Burn the ISO image that is present in the DOS folder into the CD.
4. Insert the CD into the CD/DVD drive of the system that requires the firmware update.
5. Boot the system from the CD/DVD drive.
6. Select the drive that is targeted after the system boots into DOS. 
The update tool automatically detects the solid-state drives present on the system.
7. Read the warning message that is displayed and press Y to proceed.
8. When the update finishes, remove the CD from your CD/DVD drive and reboot the system.

To confirm whether the firmware update was successful, open Device Manager -> open Disk drives -> right-click the SSD -> click Properties -> choose Hardware Ids from the list under Details tab and check the firmware version.
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