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dohtar1337

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  1. Hey guys, I am not sure if this is in the correct category, please move it if not. So I would like to make two same folders on two different disks. I have a 2TB hard drive and another 120GB SSD(I have windows installed on 500GB NVME). I would like to save my backups, pictures, etc. in 2 folders on both drives that are automatically synchronized. So that if I add a new file to the folder, both folders would update. This way I could protect myself in case of HDD or SSD failure.
  2. Tried that, I used the same sata cable and port that I use with another disk, it was not recognized
  3. Out of the blue, when I click start in windows I do not get any results when typing anything. The only thing that happened was that my PC crashed twice in a row upon booting. But then I went to Windows normally and continue to use it ever since. What could be the issue? Anyone else had a similar issue before?
  4. As the tittle suggest, one of my two 120GB SSDs in RAID 0 is not recognized neither by motherboard or windows when connected via SATA data cable, but when I connect it via docking station it gets recognized. I even tried ReclaiMe software which actually finds all the files on the RAID 0, but it is requires 80$ payment which is a bit too much for me at the moment. Is there a way to connect them together without the 3rd party software? You can find screenshots of disk manager in attachment.
  5. I did this, multiple times. Did not make a differance
  6. Hey guys! I have been facing an odd issue. I have a vega 56 PowerColor GPU and I have a code 43 error, which should be a driver issue. I have deleted the drivers with DDU multiple times(both Nvidia and AMD) before installing the new drivers, nothing solved the issue. More things that I have tried: Using another GPU on the same PC (RTX 2060, not mine) - Working normally. Enabling integrated GPU and reinstall drivers(DDUed first) - not working. Tried different preinstalled BIOS modes (the physical switch on the GPU) - not working I have tried the latest AMD drivers (19.7.3) - not working Tried blockchain drivers (Aug23) - not working What else should I try before sending it back to the seller?
  7. After the post, I was not able to see the drive anymore. I was able to get into troubleshooting mode and run chkdsk..it turns out that the disk is in RAW "state". I have another PC at home, I added the NVME disk to it, booted the PC and couldn't see the NVME disk. I tried to format it, but couldn't see it in disk manager. Any other solutions?
  8. update: once I saw the disk in windows setup, I restarted the PC, now the disk is not recognized in Windows Setup either. What BIOS settings should I try?
  9. Weird thing happened to me. I was away for a few days, when I came home, my bios did not recognize the nvme SSD. I inserted the windows installation USB, I saw that I can see the "missing" nvme, but it is empty. There was a power loss when I was away, the pc was turned off but still connected to the power. Could that erase my SSD? Another thing that came to my mind is that I recently got a new monitor and decided to use DisplayPort. When I shut the pc down, I could still see the nvme rgb lights flash(I have aorus RGB m.2 SSD) even when I removed the power plug from the PSU and waited for few minutes. Then I removed the DisplayPort cable and the flashing stopped immediately. When I put the DP back in, the flashing began again. Could this cause data loss? TL;DR Bios does not recognize SSD while Windows setup does. There was a power shortage. Windows setup shows that the ssd is empty(it had windows on it before).
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