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My NVMe drive probably thinks it has reached its TBW, while it didn't, and now it is locked in read only state.

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After a pc crash, my NVMe SSD has gone to read-only state, i tried using diskpart, formatting, using linux, which all failed. I can even create a new partition on it. I also have tried in-built mb formatting tool, it also doesn't make a difference. Is there something i can do, or is it a warranty case?

My specs:
CPU: Ryzen 7 5800x
GPU: Geforce RTX 3070 ti
Windows: 10 pro 64 bit
Mb: Asus b550m-a
The drive from the description: PNY 1TB m.2 PCIe NVMe XLR8 CM3031
Ram: 3200 Mhz 32 GB
The drive i am now using: Seagate BARRACUDA 2TB 

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It might have failed and gone into read-only mode.
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Just now, LWM723 said:

It might have failed and gone into read-only mode.

Is there something i can do about it?

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Just now, --SID-- said:

Check the SSD with Crystal Disk Info. Post a screenshot of the result.

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3 minutes ago, SCP049 said:

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O yeah, that's bad. Nothing to do about it. Time for a RMA.

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Just now, --SID-- said:

O yeah, that's bad. Nothing to do about it. Time for a RMA.

Thanks for help, have a great day.

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