Gav Mack
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    1. shnn2011
      shnn2011
      I have been following your discussion on the Trim support issue for a while.
      I also believed that the AngelBird Drive was faking an Apple ID or Serial number.

      It may be as easy as either editing a firmware update with a HEX editor prior to flashing, or overwriting a few blocks of the hardware ID or serial number

      I have been looking to find firmware updates to popular drives to see if I can find a hardware I.D. or serial number using a hex editor that can be changed.

      Additionally, I found articles by people who accidentally wiped there SSD serial numbers using partitioning tools, or secure wiping utilities.

      Let me know what you find.
    2. Eightarmedpet
      Eightarmedpet
      Hi,
      Noticed you offering your services for mac repairs in London on the thread about the new retuna iMacs, you sound like someone who actually knows what they are talking about, would you mind if I fired over a couple of questions in a private message?
      Cheers,
      Chris.
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