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So I started up my pc this morning and noticed that my ssd was not showing up in file explorer. Then i restarded the computer and the motherboard screen came up as it normally does, but windows didn't want to boot up. After a while it did but the missing ssd drive was still a thing. I figured out that the issue wasn't in the cables connecting the ssd to mobo. Do I have to get a new ssd or is there anything else that i can do?

 

 

I have a ASRock steel legend b450 motherboard. And i have a panther apacer 512gb ssd.

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25 minutes ago, Man7 said:

So I started up my pc this morning and noticed that my ssd was not showing up in file explorer. Then i restarded the computer and the motherboard screen came up as it normally does, but windows didn't want to boot up. After a while it did but the missing ssd drive was still a thing. I figured out that the issue wasn't in the cables connecting the ssd to mobo. Do I have to get a new ssd or is there anything else that i can do?

 

 

I have a ASRock steel legend b450 motherboard. And i have a panther apacer 512gb ssd.

Use CrystalDiskInfo and see what it says

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Do you still have warranty?

 

Anyway that's what happens when buying cheap low quality SSDs.

It has an unknown controller and is DRAM-less.

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