ssd disconnecting problems


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    ssd disconnecting problems


    Hi recently i have been having problems basically my pc will bluescreen and instead of booting to windows it will boot to bios like the ssd is not detected but if i press the power button and restart it, it will go back to windows only to bsod or freeze after like 1 minute i do have an incompatible cord with my modular psu i am ordering a compatible one and maybe a new ssd i just need to know what the problem is because if i need to buy a new ssd there not cheap.
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    Windows 10 Pro for the Bro
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    Welcome to TenForums.

    If I'm getting this right:
    Did you already buy the cord? Is it on its way?
    If so, wait 'til the cord arrives, and try it with your current SSD. If all works well, then most likely your current cord has problems.

    IF the same thing still happens, then you can find some good SSD deals from trusted sellers off eBay.
    (Ones who have many sales, and many good reviews).

    Here's a suggestion for an SSD. This is for a Desktop PC. Depending on the size you want it to be:
    Samsung 870 EVO 2.5" 250GB 500GB 1TB 2TB 4TB SATA III 3D NAND Internal SSD LOT | eBay
    (check out the 250 GB & 500 GB ones. They're a good deal. Free returns too, just in case.)
    I have two separate Samsung 1 TB SSD drives (the ones I have are external). I have a Western Digital drive as my main drive (link below to the exact one I have). Samsung makes good SSDs. Mines are reliable, so far, for the past.. few years when I bought them.

    https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_fro...50G2B0A-00SM50
    I have a 250 GB WD one as my main SSD (with Windows installed on it).



    My computer has read over 10 Terabytes of data off it, written over 25 TB to it, been started up with the computer over one thousand times, and has been on for over 13 thousand hours (which is about 578 days), and it still functions the exact way it should.
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