Kingston nv1 драйвер для установки windows



Kingston nv1 драйвер для установки windows

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Обновление прошивки твердотельного накопителя

Обновления прошивки твердотельного накопителя Kingston предоставляются через приложение SSD Manager (KSM) компании Kingston. Если обновление прошивки для Вашего продукта применимо или доступно, приложение KSM сообщит об этом, и в его интерфейсе будут отображены примечания к выпуску прошивки, связанные с обновлением.

Чтобы проверить наличие обновлений прошивки для Вашего продукта, загрузите и установите приложение SSD Manager (KSM) компании Kingston по ссылке ниже. Чтобы выполнить обновление прошивки, выберите целевой твердотельный накопитель в приложении и нажмите кнопку обновления прошивки. Обратите внимание, что приложение должно быть запущено в ОС Windows с правами Администратора. Перед обновлением прошивки необходимо всегда выполнять резервное копирование данных.

Если Вам не удается выполнить обновление в среде ОС Windows или Вам нужна копия примечаний к выпуску прошивки, обратитесь в службу технической поддержки за помощью.

ПРОШИВКИ И ОБНОВЛЕНИЯ ПРОШИВОК ПРЕДОСТАВЛЯЮТСЯ ПО УСМОТРЕНИЮ КОМПАНИИ KINGSTON ДЛЯ ОПРЕДЕЛЕННЫХ ПРОДУКТОВ КОМПАНИИ KINGSTON. ПРОШИВКИ И ОБНОВЛЕНИЯ ПРОШИВОК ПРЕДОСТАВЛЯЮТСЯ НА УСЛОВИЯХ «КАК ЕСТЬ» И ИСПОЛЬЗУЮТСЯ НА ВАШ СОБСТВЕННЫЙ РИСК БЕЗ КАКИХ-ЛИБО ГАРАНТИЙ, ЗАЯВЛЕНИЙ ИЛИ ЗАВЕРЕНИЙ СО СТОРОНЫ КОМПАНИИ KINGSTON.

КОМПАНИЯ KINGSTON ПРЯМО ОТКАЗЫВАЕТСЯ ОТ ВСЕХ ТАКИХ ГАРАНТИЙ ЛЮБОГО ВИДА, БУДЬ ТО ВЫРАЖЕННЫХ В ПРЯМОЙ ФОРМЕ, ПОДРАЗУМЕВАЕМЫХ ИЛИ ПРЕДУСМОТРЕННЫХ ЗАКОНОМ, В ОТНОШЕНИИ ПРОШИВОК И ОБНОВЛЕНИЙ ПРОШИВОК, ВКЛЮЧАЯ, БЕЗ ОГРАНИЧЕНИЙ, ГАРАНТИИ ИЛИ УСЛОВИЯ КАЧЕСТВА, РАБОТОСПОСОБНОСТИ, ОТСУТСТВИЯ НАРУШЕНИЙ ЧЬИХ-ЛИБО ПРАВ, ПРИГОДНОСТЬ ДЛЯ ПРОДАЖИ ИЛИ ПРИГОДНОСТЬ ДЛЯ ИСПОЛЬЗОВАНИЯ С ТОЙ ИЛИ ИНОЙ ЦЕЛЬЮ.

КОМПАНИЯ KINGSTON НЕ ЗАВЕРЯЕТ И НЕ ГАРАНТИРУЕТ, ЧТО ПРОШИВКИ ИЛИ ОБНОВЛЕНИЯ ПРОШИВОК ВСЕГДА БУДУТ В НАЛИЧИИ И ДОСТУПНЫ БЕСПЕРЕБОЙНО, СВОЕВРЕМЕННЫ, БЕЗОПАСНЫ, ТОЧНЫ, ПОЛНЫ И НЕ БУДУТ ИМЕТЬ СБОЕВ, ВКЛЮЧАЯ, ПОМИМО ПРОЧЕГО, ТОЧНОСТЬ ИЛИ ПОЛНОТУ ЛЮБОЙ ИНФОРМАЦИИ, ТЕКСТА, ГРАФИКИ, ИНТЕРНЕТ-ССЫЛОК ИЛИ ДРУГИХ КОМПОНЕНТОВ, СОДЕРЖАЩИХСЯ В ПРОШИВКАХ.

РАЗРЕШЕНИЕ НА ЗАГРУЗКУ ЛЮБОЙ ПРОШИВКИ И/ИЛИ ОБНОВЛЕНИЯ ПРОШИВКИ НЕ ПРЕДОСТАВЛЯЕТ КАКОЙ-ЛИБО ЛИЦЕНЗИИ, ВЫРАЖЕННОЙ В ПОЛОЖИТЕЛЬНОЙ ФОРМЕ ИЛИ ПОДРАЗУМЕВАЕМОЙ, ПУТЕМ ЛИШЕНИЯ ПРАВА ВОЗРАЖЕНИЯ ИЛИ ИНОЙ, НА ЛЮБЫЕ ПРАВА ИНТЕЛЛЕКТУАЛЬНОЙ СОБСТВЕННОСТИ, КРОМЕ СЛУЧАЕВ, ПРЕДУСМОТРЕННЫХ НАСТОЯЩИМ ДОКУМЕНТОМ.

ЗАГРУЖАЯ НАСТОЯЩЕЕ ПРОГРАММНОЕ ОБЕСПЕЧЕНИЕ, ВЫ СОГЛАШАЕТЕСЬ НА ВЫШЕИЗЛОЖЕННЫЕ УСЛОВИЯ.

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SSD Manager

Kingston® SSD Manager — это приложение, предоставляющее пользователям возможность контроля и управления различными параметрами твердотельных накопителей Kingston®.

With Kingston® SSD Manager имеет следующие возможности:

  • Контроль исправности, состояния и использования накопителя
  • Просмотр идентификационных данных накопителя, включая название модели, серийный номер, версию встроенного ПО и другую информацию
  • Просмотр и экспорт подробных отчетов об исправности и состоянии накопителя
  • Обновление встроенного ПО накопителя
  • Безопасное удаление данных
  • Управление TCG Opal и IEEE 1667
  • Увеличенная резервная область с использованием защищенной области данных на диске (HPA)

Поддерживаемые операционные системы

Требования к операционной системе для Kingston® SSD Manager см. в приведенной ниже таблице.

Версия программного обеспечения Поддерживаемые операционные системы
Kingston® SSD Manager x64 v1.5.X.X Windows 10, 11 x64
Kingston® SSD Manager v1.1.X.X Windows 8, 8.1, 10 x86, x64

Системные требования

Для использования Kingston® SSD Manager требуется следующее:

  • Один или несколько твердотельных накопителей Kingston®
  • Режим AHCI в BIOS
  • Права администратора в Windows®

Примечание. Некоторые прежние модели твердотельных накопителей Kingston® могут не поддерживаться приложением Kingston® SSD Manager x64 v1.5.X.X. В этом случае можно продолжить использование версии Kingston® SSD Manager v1.1.X.X.

Процесс установки

  1. Щелкните ссылку на Kingston SSD Manager (KSM), чтобы начать загрузку программного обеспечения.
  2. Найдите загруженный файл и распакуйте содержимое.
  3. Запустите исполняемый файл KSM Setup от имени администратора.
  4. Следуйте подсказкам мастера установки Setup Wizard и выполните установку ПО KSM.
  5. После завершения установки может потребоваться перезапуск системы.

Примечание для пользователей MAC и Linux

ПО Kingston SSD Manager несовместимо с операционными системами Mac OS и Linux.

Примечание относительно корпусов для USB-накопителей

При работе с Kingston® SSD Manager рекомендуется использовать встроенный интерфейс для твердотельных накопителей Kingston®. Корпуса USB не поддерживаются.

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Kingston Drivers

Kingston is a computer hardware company that specializes in memory-related products. The company was founded in 1987 with headquarters located in Fountain Valley, California. Today they have offices and employees in different parts of the globe. Kingston is one of the largest manufacturers of memory modules in the world, and also manufacturers other products such as storage and gaming devices. Some of their most popular products include the DataTraveler 70 USB flash drive, the DataTraveler Exodia M USB flash drive and the DataTraveler Kyson USB flash drive.

Find Kingston Device Drivers by Model

  • Updates PC Drivers Automatically
  • Identifies & Fixes Unknown Devices
  • Supports Windows 11, 10, 8, & 7

Recent Help Articles

Popular Kingston Device Categories

Featured Kingston Downloads

Popular Kingston Hardware IDs

How to Update Kingston Device Drivers Quickly & Easily

Tech Tip: Updating drivers manually requires some computer skills and patience. A faster and easier option is to use the Driver Update Utility for Kingston to scan your system for free. The utility tells you which specific drivers are out-of-date for all of your devices.

Step 1 — Download Your Driver

To get the latest driver, including Windows 11 drivers, you can choose from the above list of most popular Kingston downloads. Click the «Download driver» button next to the matching model name. After you complete your download, move on to Step 2.

If your driver is not listed and you know the model name or number of your Kingston device, you can use it to search our driver archive for your Kingston device model. Simply type the model name and/or number into the search box and click the Search button. You may see different versions in the results. Choose the best match for your PC and operating system.

If you don’t know the model name or number, you can start to narrow your search down by choosing which category of Kingston device you have (such as Printer, Scanner, Video, Network, etc.). Start by selecting the correct category from our list of Kingston Device Drivers by Category above.

We employ a team from around the world. They add hundreds of new drivers to our site every day.

Tech Tip: If you are having trouble deciding which is the right driver, try the Driver Update Utility for Kingston. It is a software utility that will find the right driver for you — automatically.

Kingston updates their drivers regularly. To get the latest Windows 11 driver, you may need to go to the Kingston website to find the driver for to your specific Windows version and device model.

Step 2 — Install Your Driver

Once you download your new driver, then you need to install it. To install a driver in Windows, you will need to use a built-in utility called Device Manager. It allows you to see all of the devices recognized by your system, and the drivers associated with them.

Open Device Manager

In Windows 11, Windows 10 & Windows 8.1, right-click the Start menu and select Device Manager

In Windows 8, swipe up from the bottom, or right-click anywhere on the desktop and choose «All Apps» -> swipe or scroll right and choose «Control Panel» (under Windows System section) -> Hardware and Sound -> Device Manager

In Windows 7, click Start -> Control Panel -> Hardware and Sound -> Device Manager

In Windows Vista, click Start -> Control Panel -> System and Maintenance -> Device Manager

In Windows XP, click Start -> Control Panel -> Performance and Maintenance -> System -> Hardware tab -> Device Manager button

Install Drivers Using Device Manager

Locate the device and model that is having the issue and double-click on it to open the Properties dialog box.

Select the Driver tab.

Click the Update Driver button and follow the instructions.

In most cases, you will need to reboot your computer in order for the driver update to take effect.

Tech Tip: Driver downloads and updates come in a variety of file formats with different file extensions. For example, you may have downloaded an EXE, INF, ZIP, or SYS file. Each file type has a slighty different installation procedure to follow.

How to Update Drivers Automatically

If you are having trouble installing your driver, you should use the Driver Update Utility for Kingston. It is a software utility that automatically finds, downloads and installs the right driver for your system. You can even backup your drivers before making any changes, and revert back in case there were any problems. You can safely update all of your drivers in just a few clicks. Once you download and run the utility, it will scan for out-of-date or missing drivers:

When the scan is complete, the driver update utility will display a results page showing which drivers are missing or out-of-date. You can update individual drivers, or all of the necessary drivers with one click.

For more help, visit our Driver Support Page for step-by-step videos on how to install drivers for every file type.

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NV1 NVMe PCIe SSD — Technical Support

Frequently Asked Questions

SSDs do not require defragmentation. Since they do not contain a physical disk, there is no need to organise the data in order to reduce seek time. Therefore defragmenting an SSD is not effective. Also, defragmenting an SSD can put undue wear on specific areas of the drive. SSDs are designed to write data as evenly as possible over the entire drive to reduce undue wear to any one location. Defragmenting your SSD drive a couple of times will not harm it. However, if it is done continuously over a long period, it may reduce the life of the drive.

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The Windows Experience Index (WEI) merely measures the relative capability of components. The WEI only runs for a short time and does not measure the interactions of components under a software load, but rather characteristics or your hardware.

The WEI does not therefore measure the performance of a system, but merely the relative hardware capabilities when running Windows 7. An article about the WEI can be found here: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/e7/archive/2009/01/19/engineering-the-windows-7-windows-experience-index.aspx

In Vista, the WEI scores ranged from 1.0 to 5.9. In Windows 7, the range has been extended upward to 7.9.

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Self-Monitoring Analysis and Reporting Technology (SMART) is a built-in monitoring capability in hard drives and SSDs. It can allow users to monitor the health of a device. It does this through monitoring software designed specifically for the SMART feature. All of our SSDNow drives support SMART.

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Performance decreases have been reported on some SSDNow drives. If you have an older SSD drive that does not have effective Garbage Collection, SSD drive performance will decrease over time. This is due to the way the system overwrites data that has been flagged for deletion.

Try using the Secure Erasetool like HDDErase to wipe the drive and restore it to its original condition.

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Trim and garbage collection are technologies that modern SSDs incorporate to improve both their performance and endurance. When your SSD is fresh out of the box, all of the NAND blocks are empty so the SSD can write new data to the empty blocks in a single operation. Over time, most of the empty blocks will become used blocks that contain user data. In order to write new data to used blocks, the SSD is forced to perform a read-modify-write cycle. The read-modify-write cycle hurts the SSD’s overall performance because it must now do three operations instead of a single operation. The read-modify-write cycle also causes write amplification, which hurts the SSD’s overall endurance.

Trim and garbage collection can work together to improve SSD performance and endurance by freeing up used blocks. Garbage collection is a function built into the SSD controller that consolidates data stored in used blocks in order to free up more empty blocks. This process happens in the background and is completely handled by the SSD itself. However, the SSD may not know which blocks contain user data and which blocks contain stale data that the user has already deleted. This is where the trim function comes in. Trim allows the operating system to inform the SSD that data has been deleted so that the SSD can free up those previously used blocks. For trim to work, both the operating system and the SSD must support it. Most modern operating systems and SSDs support trim, although most RAID configurations do not.

Kingston SSDs take advantage of both garbage collection and trim technologies in order to maintain the highest possible performance and endurance over their lifetime.

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Open the Control Panel, open Administrative Tools and then open Computer Management. Click on Disk Management and see if the SSD drive is shown in the right window pane. If it is, right-click on where it is labelled as disk 1, disk 2, etc. and select «Initialize disk» (this may come up automatically when you go into Disk Management).

In XP, right click on the area to the right of that and choose «New Partition». Then choose «Primary Partition» in the partition wizard. Continue with the wizard by choosing the size, drive letter and formatting of the partition.

In Windows Vista and 7, right click on the area to the right of the disk label and choose «New Simple Volume». Continue with the wizard by choosing the size, drive letter and formatting of the partition.

In MacOS, a «disk insertion» window will appear. Click on the «Initialize» button. This will take you to the disk utility. Select the Kingston drive from the list of drives on the left side of the window. From the actions available, choose Partition. For the «Volume Scheme», choose «1 partition». For the format, choose MacOS extended for a permanent drive. Choose ExFAT for an external drive (available on MacOS 10.6.6 and above). Click Apply. A warning window will appear stating that you will erase all data from the drive. Click on the partition button at the bottom.

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Kingston realises the importance of keeping our customers’ personal data and information confidential and secure. Kingston takes measures to ensure the security of all of our customers’ personal information when a Solid State Drive (SSD) is returned to our RMA facility for warranty replacement or repair. When an SSD reaches our repair centre, it will undergo a thorough testing process. During the first phase of testing, an ATA Secure Erase is performed on the SSD, which erases all data and information. ATA Secure Erase is federally approved by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST 800-88) for legal sanitisation of confidential user data. If the SSD is not in a functional state and not capable of undergoing an ATA Secure Erase, the SSD is dismantled and the NAND Flash Memory is destroyed.

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Any of our SSDs can be used in RAID. However, due to endurance specifications, only certain part numbers should be used in RAID. For servers, please contact Kingston to determine the best Kingston SSD to use for your workload.

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First, open an Elevated Command Prompt window.

To open an Elevated Command Prompt window: Click on Start Orb > Type «CMD.exe» in Search box > Right click on «CMD» and select «Run as Administrator» (If you receive a prompt confirmation, click YES)

To verify that the TRIM command is enabled, type the following and press enter in the Elevated command:

fsutil behavior query disabledeletenotify

The results will be as follows: DisableDeleteNotify = 1 (Windows TRIM commands are disabled) DisableDeleteNotify = 0 (Windows TRIM commands are enabled)

To enable the TRIM command,type the following and press enter in the Elevated command:

fsutil behavior set disabledeletenotify 0

To disable the TRIM command,type the following and press enter in the Elevated command:

fsutil behavior set disabledeletenotify 1

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Encrypted solid state drives utilise the hard drive security command available on most business-class computers and motherboards.It is accessed through the BIOS. This will allow you to create a password for multiple HDDs and SSDs and securely erase the drives if needed. Some computers will not have this feature. If this is the case, the drive can still be used, just without these security features. Be sure not to confuse the BIOS password with the hard drive security password.

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You can, but you must first disable the security for the drive in the original computer. Then you can enable it again in the new computer.

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No. If you forget the password for this drive, it cannot be accessed. Be aware that forgetting your password is not covered under Kingston’s warranty.

The only exception to this is using a master or administrative password for the drive in addition to the user password. The BIOS would have to support this and it would have to be enabled at the time you initiated the ATA security for this drive. Using a master password would allow an administrator to reset the drive.

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When the SSD is recognised in the BIOS, but the Windows 7 installation does not detect the drive:
Follow these steps:

Disconnect any other hard drives or SSDs. Boot the Windows 7 installation disk. Choose repair, then advanced, then command prompt. Type: «diskpart» without quotes and press Enter. You will see a prompt labeled «diskpart». Type the following commands and press Enter after each one.

Diskpart > Select Disk 0
Diskpart > Clean
Diskpart > Create Partition Primary Align=1024
Diskpart > Format Quick FS=NTFS
Diskpart > List Partition
Diskpart > Active
Diskpart > Exit

Then, reboot the computer to the Windows 7 installation disk.

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ElectroStatic Discharge, ESD is simply the discharge of built-up static electricity. ESD should not be taken lightly as this is one of the few things that an individual can do to damage or destroy their computer or hardware components. It is like when you rub your feet on the carpet and you touch something metal. ESD can occur without the user feeling a shock and will occur when only working on the inside of the computer or handling hardware.

How to help prevent ESD
The best method of preventing ESD is to use an ESD wrist strap or an earthing mat or table. However, because most users do not have access to these items, we have included the below steps to help reduce the chance of ESD as much as possible.

  • Standing – We recommend that you are standing at all times when working on the computer. Sitting on a chair can generate more electrostatic.
  • Cables – Make sure that everything is removed from the back of the computer (power cable, mouse, keyboard, etc).
  • Clothes – Do not wear any clothing that conducts a lot of Electrical Charge, such as a wool jumper.
  • Accessories – To help reduce ESD and prevent other problems, it is also a good idea to remove all jewellery.
  • Weather – Electrical storms can increase the ESD risk; unless absolutely necessary, try not to work on a computer during an electrical storm. In very dry areas, the air itself becomes a part of the electrostatic build-up mechanism every time there is an air flow (wind, air conditioning, blower) passing over an insulated surface. Do not let high humidity levels build false confidence, and beware of corrosion problems with interconnects and other electrical interfaces.

To learn more about ESD and how to protect your electronics, please refer to the below site.

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During the OS installation, go to UTILITIES / TERMINAL

In terminal type:

diskutil list

Then press RETURN. Scroll up to top and verify the Kingston SSD disk (i.e. disk0, disk1, etc).

diskutil mountDISK disk0 (or whichever ddisk is the Kingston SSD).

Then press RETURN. It should show «mounted successfully».

diskutil eraseDISK apfs YOURDRIVENAME disk0 (or whichever disk is the Kingston SSD)

Warning – This step (eraseDISK command) will delete all data on the target drive. Confirm that you have selected the drive you wish to delete and then continue.

Then press RETURN. It should show «successful». Then exit terminal and proceed with the normal installation of the OS.

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Kingston SSD Manager 1.1.2.6 will not offer firmware updates for NVMe SSDs until IEEE 1667 support has been disabled. In order to complete the firmware update you must do the following:

1. First, we recommend you backup your data.
2. Then use a secondary system to complete a REVERT using the PSID on the drive label. Note: Performing a REVERT will securely erase all data on the drive.
3. Disable IEEE 1667 support
4. The firmware update will become available upon refresh or restart of KSM

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Secure Erase User Guide for Linux
This guide will walk you through securely erasing your Kingston SSD using Linux tools

SATA Secure Erase Procedure

Warning
Please make sure to have a full backup of any important data before you proceed!

Prerequisites
• You must have root privileges.
• You must have your SSD connected to the system as a secondary (non-OS) drive.
• You must have lsscsi and hdparm installed. You may need to install them with your distribution’s package manager.
• Your drive must not be in a security freeze.
• Your drive must not be password protected.

Instructions
1. Find the device name (/dev/sdX) of the drive you wish to erase:
# lsscsi

2. Make sure drive security is not frozen:
# hdparm -I /dev/sdX | grep frozen

If the output shows «frozen» (instead of «not frozen») then you cannot continue to the next step. You must try to remove the security freeze by trying one of the following methods:

Method 1: Put the system to sleep (suspend to RAM) and wake it up. On most distributions the command to suspend is:
# systemctl suspend

Now issue the hdparm command again. If it worked the output will show “not frozen” (instead of “frozen”).
Method 2: Hot plug the drive. This is done by physically unplugging the SATA power cable from the drive and plugging it back in while the system is powered on. You may need to enable hot plug in BIOS. Not all systems support hot plug.

Now issue the hdparm command again. If it worked the output will show “not frozen” (instead of “frozen”).

3. Set a user password on the drive. The password can be anything. Here we are setting the password to “p”:
# hdparm —security-set-pass p /dev/sdX

4. Issue the secure erase command to the drive using the same password:
# hdparm —security-erase p /dev/sdX

This command may take a few minutes to complete. The drive password is removed upon successful completion.
If the secure erase is interrupted or otherwise fails your drive may become security locked. In this case you can remove the security lock using the command below and then try the secure erase procedure again:
# hdparm —security-disable p /dev/sdX

SATA Secure Erase Example

NVMe Secure Erase Procedure

Warning
Please make sure to have a full backup of any important data before you proceed!

Prerequisites
• You must have root privileges.
• You must have your SSD connected to the system as a secondary (non-OS) drive.
• You must have nvme-cli installed. You may need to install it with your distribution’s package manager.
• Your drive must not be password protected.

Instructions
1. Find the device name (/dev/nvmeXn1) of the drive you wish to erase:
# nvme list

2. Issue the format command to the drive. Here we set the secure erase setting to 1 which indicates a user data erase:
# nvme format /dev/nvmeXn1 —ses=1

This command may take a few minutes to complete.

NVMe Secure Erase Example

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