Samsung Firmware Update For Mac

  • I had just updated firmware on my Samsung 860 Evo to RVT04B6Q, and write performance dropped from 550 to 300-310Mbps. So this firmware broke the performance of SSD seriously. I tested 10times, restarted PC, trim is enabled. Really annoying.
  • 1) 1GB=1,000,000,000 bytes, 1TB=1,000,000,000,000 bytes. Lower capacity may be demonstrated by your computer due to use of a different measurement standard. 2) Compatible with USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 3) Exact weight of product may vary by capacity. 4) Performance may vary depending on host configuration. To reach maximum read/write speeds of up to 1,050/1,000 MB/s, respectively, the host device.
I am a proud owner of MacBook Pro i5 with a Samsung 128 SSD.
Recently, Samsung issued a firmware update. Normally, I'd have to take the SSD out, plug it into a SATA Windows machine, create bootable USB and update the firmware there.
Does anyone know any workaround on how to update SSD firmware on my Mac without having to plug SSD into windows machine? I recently found some blog about creating bootable WinXP CD and install firmware that way. I tried that, but it did not work, as I got some error messages while creating the BootCD and then the SSD updater from Samsung did not work...
I need this firmware because of TRIM support for Win7.
Thanks in advance,

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