Intel SSD and WD drivers

Recently I bought Intel SSD 330 series for my notebook.

Regarding to user manual I’ve downloaded software for migrating data from HDD to SSD. But I had “strange” problem. My notebook “didn’t see” Intel SSD. Instead of Intel SSD my notebook displays WD SSD in device manager (Device manager shows WD SSDSC2CT180A3). In that time I had installed WD SES drivers on my notebook. It seems that my notebook uses WD drivers for Intel SSD.

I couldn’t migrate data from HDD to SSD with  Intel® Data Migration Software. So I change HDD in my notebook with SSD and reinstall Windows again. Now everything is working fine, but I didn’t find reason why is this happened.

I suspect that I had “driver problem”.

This post is just announcement for future similar problems and please put your comments. Maybe we can help somebody in future.


What to do if your Hyper-v admin shares wont work

At friday had strange situation. I was installing my new Hyper-V server, and I had problems with migration. I was exported machine with Hyper-V manager but i couldn’t copy it to new Hyper-V server.

Why? I couldn’t reach admin shares (C$, D$) to copy virtual machine for import. I set up everything, checked firewall twice but problem was still here.

Then I think about solution to enable file and printer sharing.

And how to do that at Hyper-V? Because Hyper-V is Core OS any you don’t have all nice mmc plug-in for firewall setup.

You must do that using Command Prompt.

Syntax for this is:

“netsh firewall set service fileandprint”

After this all shares is accessible and i was completed my migration (import) to new Hyper-V machine.