Updating sandisc vista
Their SSD Toolkit supports drives such as the San Disk Ultra Plus, Extreme II and Extreme.
Something that differentiates the San Disk firmware process from some of the others we've written about is that the installer requires users to use a bootable USB flash drive or a burned CD. For desktop users, it won't make much of a difference, but for laptop users who can only have one drive installed at a time, it means they won't have to install the update via other means such as installing their SSD in a desktop.
For security purposes, the new i Xpand drive also includes encryption software for password-protecting the flash drive.The new i Xpand Flash Drive is available in 16GB (.99), 32GB (.99), 64GB (.99), and 128GB (9.99) capacities.