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Bad SSD? Assistance Pls

ShadowChaser
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It's the old boot drive from my Aero 15x that I just upgraded to a Toshiba - wanted to clone my files over but I left it in my workbench a little too long and Microsoft applied an update (New build of Windows).

Now, nearly 100% of the time it does not show up in BIOS, Disk Management, or Disk Part. When it is able to boot, it locks up either at the lock screen before I unlock it, or on the desktop, and BSODs to critical_process_died

What should I be doing to try and fix this? Is it hardware or software?

I did try it in a total of three different M.2 slots over 2 PCs and it doesn't show up in any, while a HP EX920 will show up in all three. (I'm guessing it's hardware so should I just RMA it to save some trouble?)

I should note that I was able to run an SFC Scan on it through sheer luck and it didn't fix the issue.

 

Drive in question is a Transcend TS512GMTE510T - 512GB NVMe.

Also, If I'm installing Windows directly from a usb bootloader to NVMe, none of my drives show up even though they are present in BIOS, where can I find drivers?

Current Project: Xbox 360 Ryzen Sleeper Budget Build

Daily Driver: Asus ROG Flow X13 - 5900HS/3050Ti

Gaming Desktop: NCase M1 - 5800X/3060Ti

 

Past Devices:

Razer Book 13 - i7-1165G7, 16/256GB

Gigabyte Aero 15x - i7-8750H, GTX 1070MQ, 32/512+512GB

Dell XPS 13 9360 - i5-8250u, 8/256GB

Mi Notebook Air - i5-8250u, MX150, 8/512GB

Ideapad S500 Touch - i5-3337u, GT720M, 8/256GB

Macbook A1181 (Late 2006) - C2D T7200, 4/512GB

 

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Seems like a bd drive. Just get it swapped under warranty.

 

28 minutes ago, ShadowChaser said:

Also, If I'm installing Windows directly from a usb bootloader to NVMe, none of my drives show up even though they are present in BIOS, where can I find drivers?

What system? Normally you shouldn't need drivers.

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10 hours ago, Electronics Wizardy said:

Seems like a bd drive. Just get it swapped under warranty.

 

What system? Normally you shouldn't need drivers.

Aw shucks, that means I have to send the whole system back :(

Trying to install win 10 pro on to eitheran HP EX920 or Toshiba XG5 inside an Aero 15x

Current Project: Xbox 360 Ryzen Sleeper Budget Build

Daily Driver: Asus ROG Flow X13 - 5900HS/3050Ti

Gaming Desktop: NCase M1 - 5800X/3060Ti

 

Past Devices:

Razer Book 13 - i7-1165G7, 16/256GB

Gigabyte Aero 15x - i7-8750H, GTX 1070MQ, 32/512+512GB

Dell XPS 13 9360 - i5-8250u, 8/256GB

Mi Notebook Air - i5-8250u, MX150, 8/512GB

Ideapad S500 Touch - i5-3337u, GT720M, 8/256GB

Macbook A1181 (Late 2006) - C2D T7200, 4/512GB

 

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