05-13-2011 05:37 PM
Has anyone tried this fix on Crucial M4?
Would love to know if this fixes it...
Also, any ideas if there is a fix for MacOS for APM?? Running a macbook pro 2011 and freezes are really getting on my nerves now. I'm planning to put the M4 in the optibay to work around the issue - hope this solves it while apple sort their **bleep** out
The M4 has more problems and blue screens my laptop, about every 2 minutes. The C300 256 works fine.
05-13-2011 09:31 PM
Even the LPM.reg was added to the registry, in the registry itself I have no port0 folder or file (HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\iaStor\Parameters\port0). Is this OK?
Also my event log display that I still have the "The device, \Device\Ide\iaStor0, did not respond within the timeout period." after I disabled (or I tried to disabled the LPM for port 0).
05-15-2011 08:06 AM
Thank you Zoork...
I just built a new system; Asus P8P67 Deluxe, i7 2600K, G.Skill 16GB RAM, Crucial C300 128GB SSD and Windows 7 64Bit Ultimate. Almost immediately I was having freeze-ups within 30 seconds of start-up. Only some would clear by themselves and most times I would have to reset. There were many times where I had to reset 2 or 3 times before I could use the system. After trying almost every fix I could find, I was almost ready to go back to my Raptor 300GB and return the SSD when I ran across your post. I quickly made the text/reg file and ran/rebooted and to my surprise - NO MORE FREEZING. I couldn't be happier.
Thank you again...
05-15-2011 01:26 PM - edited 05-15-2011 01:50 PM
After a 2 days, I still have freezes on my C300, the same error
"The device, \Device\Ide\iaStor0, did not respond within the timeout period.".
Will appreciate any suggestions
Here is my registry, and is not any data about ports
05-15-2011 02:21 PM
Zork, could you add to your first page the next text please, because I think it will be more clear for the users,
If there are no "Ports" under the iaStorV/iaStor Parameters, you will need to Manually Creating the Registry Location and Keys:
1. Go to Start-> Run..
2. Type in RegEdit and hit the Enter Key..
3. Go to the following Key location to insert or configure the registry keys for LPM:
4a. Right click "Parameters" select "New" then name it "Port0".
4b. Left click "Port0" to open and in the pane with Name/Type/Data, Right click select "New" then "DWORD" and name the new value "LPM".
4c. Repeat 4a/4b "LPMDSTATE" and "DIPM".
05-15-2011 09:45 PM
05-18-2011 02:02 PM - edited 05-18-2011 02:02 PM
I personally have had zero issues with my p67ext chipset and my C300 (64GB) as my master drive.
Haven't gone rev7 yet, but I do use the latest RST.
After my rev tonight, (and backup) I may benchmark, them do the reg changes, then benchmark again and post my results.
I use the Intel SATA3.0 port BTW (Marvell disabled in BIOS), but all 3.0 ports pass through the PCIe lanes. My AsRock board has an IC that manages all the PCIe traffic and maybe that's why it works w/o stuttering / timeouts ... just a thought.
05-22-2011 04:46 AM
What's the reason to do this on the other SATA ports besides the one where the SSD is? Also, I only did this trick for the LPM value (thinking this just disables it anyway), should it have included these too?