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  1. Thanks for your answer! The physical connections are checked, I even uninstalled and reinstalled the ssd into the m.2 slot. No errors in Events log and device manager events. Windows CHKDSK and the MSI NVMe Error detection function in the BIOS returned zero errors, SMART Data also says "Ok" and zero critical warnings... I guess it might be a problem with the mainboard but the really strange thing is that it works absolutely finde, once I restart the PSU...
  2. Hi people, I have a strange issue with my Corsair MP400 m2 NVME SSD (boot drive). It works fine, I can work with my computer without any problems and even turn it off and restart it. But when it has been turned off for several hours and I try to turn it on again, the SSD isn't showing up in the BIOS and my computer can't boot. I have to manually swith off the PSU for a few seconds and turn it back on again, then everything works fine again. Does someone have any ideas what the problem might be? Corsair MP400 1 TB NVMe PCIe M.2-SSD (latest Firmware ECFM53.0 installe
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