Is it in an HP server? If so the easiest way is to use one of the Service Pack for Proliant images to boot from. Otherwise you have to boot with something that has drivers for your controller (say Linux or DOS) and have the flash program that runs in that environment to push the binary to the...
Looks like the latest version of firmware is HPG4 (C). I don't see any advisories that have the known hour limit firmware bug. I did see an advisory for them going unresponsive and into read only mode. The firmware above should fix that. Here are the links:
Give me a picture of the drive label, I can look it up and see if it's on any lists. Knowing what firmware the drive is on would help too. HP6, HP7, HP8 etc. The drive that is dead I don't think can be resurrected by firmware if it hit that bug. at 47k hours though I'm guessing these aren't...
There was an issue with some HP SSD drives hitting an hour limit and failing (yes Samsung was part of it). They had released a firmware update to address the issue. I would advise anyone who bought these drives to find the latest firmware for these on HPE's support site and install it. It may...
Ask @fohdeesha about licenses, he may be able to point you in the right direction.
Well, the firmware can be taken care of easily enough either by the one klui mentioned or one of the several that are in my Google drive.
I don't see your license in that output, but there are "fixes" for that. ;)