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HDD randomly disappearing in windows 10

Falco5150
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One of my hard drives will randomly disappear in win 10. It's not recognized anywhere (disk management, task manager, explorer, crystal disk info. It's just gone.) but if I put the computer into sleep mode then log back in or restart it shows up again with no data loss. Is there a setting that could be causing this? or is the drive just dying? (its only 2 months old)

 

It's a 6tb Wd red pro with a 32gb optane cache. Xi hero mobo. 1300watt evga 80+ gold psu.

 

I swaped the sata cable to a new one and tried a different sata port on the mobo.. swapped the sata power cable to a new one and used a different port on the psu. I set HDD shutoff to 0 in power settings. Crystal disk info is not reporting any problems when the drive is working.

Even after trying all that it's still happening and I have no idea what could be causing it.

 

More Info:

there's also a NVME OS drive and a sata ssd and I'm not having problems with either of those.

I used the program "intel optane memory" to link the optane and hdd.

The Beast:

 i9 9900k (5.1Ghz all cores)
2080ti FE
32gb 2x16 trident z royal 3200c14
xi hero mobo
evga 1300 80+ gold
2x 1tb 970 pro
1tb 860 evo
6tb wd red
view 71 case

Custom loop (cpu & gpu)
420 & 360mm rads, ek water blocks.
asus PG279Q 27in 1440p 144hz ips gsync monitor

K70 mk2 k/b, G502 mouse, hyper x cloud revolver s headset.

 

(FOR SALE)

Sager NP8372

i7 7820hk, GTX 1070, 32gb ram, 17.3 in G sync display at 90hz. 500gb 960 evo. less than 1in thick.

 

Trident Z rgb 2x16 3200c14

https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/1066259-trident-z-rgb-2x16-3200c14-fs/

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