SSD possibly failing Solved

  1.    26 Oct 2016 #1

    SSD possibly failing


    I've been having an issue where my SSD has been disappearing when a game or something just suddenly freezes/won't respond and I'll end up having to do a hard reboot to get windows to restart and function.. when it takes a minute to load up and i login.. the SSD is gone.. so i go into the BIOS and reset the bios to default settings.. it comes back.. but when i try to download a game.. issue comes right back.

    S.M.A.R.T results i will attach to the thread.. I'm going to post screenshots of the smart test of the main SSD ( OS SSD and no issues so far..) and my 500gb SSD that is giving me issues so if there any issues.. please help me by pointing it out. thanks.

    EDIT: replacement fixed the issue.
    Last edited by BrandonR188; 28 Dec 2016 at 17:32.
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