Windows 10: Secure Erase SSD Samsung Solved

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  1.    24 May 2016 #11

    stealth2920 said: View Post
    Just do a clean install as recommended above but hard to say how it will come out with that other SSD attached. Won't hurt to try. You don't have a backup image when it was working good?
    no, I dont mind starting over, just heard I sould do a secure erase to make sure it cleans any bad sectors or put it back to what it was when I bought it

    Couldnt get samsung secure erase to work even after creating samesung boot USB
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  2.    25 May 2016 #12

    Well here is what happened... Got desperate and made an appointment with GeekSquad who said on phone it was going to cost $150 to $200 to fix my problem! Just as i am about to pack up laptop I said no way do they know more then billions of readers to 5 guys at bestbuy. Did clean install and BAM!! Error gone and everything back the way it was and FAST it is again... Thank again to all that replied you saved me $$...
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