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SSD not booting...

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hi,

So I just got a new psu power 10 be quiet.

I shut down my pc, unplugged the old psu and plugged in the new one. And then I got the message to boot with a proper device. So I made the SSD main boot device. Still nothing. I don't wanna do a clean install, I still hadn't made backups?

 

Now with the old psu plugged in still nothing, can a SSD content be corrupted or erased if you remove the data cables after 5 seconds of the shut down.

Ty,

Mak.

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Probably broke either the sata data or power connection on your SSD.

It's been an issue since sata came out.

 

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Double check all the power and sata connections on the SSD are plugged in properly, also on your PSU and motherboard.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
4 minutes ago, Chronified said:

Probably broke either the sata data or power connection on your SSD.

It's been an issue since sata came out.

 

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Umm if I had broken the connection on the SSD I would've heard a click. But I handled it with care.

2 minutes ago, Enderman said:

Double check all the power and sata connections on the SSD are plugged in properly, also on your PSU and motherboard.

I had only removed the atx, cpu n Sata power cables. I double checked the connections. The SSD is detected by the motherboard since it shows in the bios. But I think should've waited 10 sec b4 unplugging the power to the SSD. Y so fragile tho ?

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Possible derp detected. Do you shut down your pc very often?

 

I had to restart my PC for a piece of software (It's a 24/7 rig) and a flashdrive was giving me the same "insert boot device" error.

Try unplugging any external storage devices, if any. 


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: Seagate Barracuda ES 750GB 7200RPM (Game overflow storage)

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Posted · Original PosterOP
9 hours ago, Chronified said:

Possible derp detected. Do you shut down your pc very often?

 

I had to restart my PC for a piece of software (It's a 24/7 rig) and a flashdrive was giving me the same "insert boot device" error.

Try unplugging any external storage devices, if any. 

So I plugged it into another desktop and. Restarted it. And I was able to access it from that desktop. But on my rig it still gives the error.

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