Bsod loop due to full disc, stop code inaccessible device.

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       #41

    I've done what you've asked as best I can, I hope this is enough
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       #42

    All of the drive tests indicated failure or predicted imminent failure.
    The inaccessible boot device was the latest problem related to the impending failure.
    As long as important data is backed up and you have a drive replacement planned you can use the drive until the terminal event.
    There could be additional performance problems before the terminal event.

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    zbook said:
    All of the drive tests indicated failure or predicted imminent failure.
    The inaccessible boot device was the latest problem related to the impending failure.
    As long as important data is backed up and you have a drive replacement planned you can use the drive until the terminal event.
    There could be additional performance problems before the terminal event.

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    I've made backups of everything, but it sounds like the ssd genuinely needs replacing. How do I go about replacing such a central piece of hardware? It's not trivial, because it is the main drive and is internal. It may sound silly but I've never physically opened the system and would not know how to approach changes within the PC environment itself.
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       #44

    Please mark this thread solved.

    See MSI motherboard owners manual adobe download and MSI videos.

    And consider opening a new thread for hardware.

    These are links for the motherboard:
    Specification for Z87-G43 GAMING | Motherboard - The world leader in motherboard design | MSI USA
    https://asset.msi.com/pdf/main/us/pr...87-G43-GAMING?
    Support For Z87-G43 GAMING | Motherboard - The world leader in motherboard design | MSI Global


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    Code:
    Many SATA devices also need a power cable from the power supply. Such devices
    include disk drives (HDD), solid state drives (SSD), and optical drives (CD / DVD /
    Blu-Ray). Please refer to the device’s manual for further information.
    Many computer cases also require that large SATA devices, such as HDDs, SSDs,
    and optical drives, be screwed down into the case. Refer to the manual that came
    with your computer case or your SATA device for further installation instructions.
    Please do not fold the SATA cable at a 90-degree angle. Data loss may result
    during transmission otherwise.
    SATA cables have identical plugs on either sides of the cable. However, it is
    recommended that the flat connector be connected to the motherboard for space
    saving purposes.



    The MSI downloadable manual has a section for: mSATA SSD Installation
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       #45

    Thankyou for all of your help and advice. Before I close the thread please can you tell me whether you think the absence of the D drive in the file explorer, whilst still being listed among my disks and devices, is a result of the failure of the c drive which you are asking me to replace? It would be very helpful to know. Thanks again, everyone!
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       #46

    Long thread so I may have missed this, but in Disk Management, have you tried assigning a letter to Disk 1?
    Right click on it, Change drive letter ..., Add?
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    Ztruker said:
    Long thread so I may have missed this, but in Disk Management, have you tried assigning a letter to Disk 1?
    Right click on it, Change drive letter ..., Add?
    That actually seemed to work! It's 2 since there is already a disk 0 and 1, but I expect that's ok. Thanks again everyone, going to try to find a new hard drive!
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