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Is my OS SSD Drive dying?


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I turned on my PC this morning and i got an error saying no drives found. I went to the BIOS and saw that my OS SSD drive was not on the boot list anymore. Instead it was trying to boot from one of my Storage HDD's. I dont know why this problem occurred. I'm assuming it's because my OS SSD is dying and i need to replace it...Also, i've gotten the Blue Screen a couple of times as well...Anyone know if i need to replace the OS drive or what might be going on?

 

 

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The OS SSD is about 1.5 years old (Got in September 2012)


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LOL, ok new being serious you can run a hard drive health check to see how its doing. 


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LOL, ok new being serious you can run a hard drive health check to see how its doing.


ya, the only thing that may be an issue there is that you will need a working PC that you can put the drive into to check it.

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Going to ask that age-old tech expert question: is it plugged in?

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An SSD doesn't give signs that its dying unlike an HD.. It will just die.


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Maybe you hit the reset CMOS button? Check your boot order. I know that Asus boards like to be picky about that sort of shit.

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naw I'm pretty sure it died, and needs to be replaced. if you don't see your C drive in your bios it means that your motherboad isn't reading it. It could be your mother boad as well, but I dont think that it is because it is able to detect your other drives. you might beable to transferr your data on another SSD but I would count on it. Good luck and let us know what happens




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