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PC wont boot until a specific HDD is Unplugged

CreepNo1C
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Hello,

 

I have an old SATA HDD which was causing problems for some time now, so i decided to buy a new one and copy my data over. 
The problems to this point were mostly inaccessability or a very slow performance. Unfortunatly there was an interuption in our powergrid, so my pc turned off mid copying.

 

After the power came back i tried to restart my PC ... nothing not even a post. After some troubleshooting i found out that the pc post and load into Windows without problems as long as the drive is unplugged.

When i try to plug it back in while Windows is running the explorer as well as the disk management tool seem to stop working (let it sit for hours and nothing happend) until i unplug the drive again. 

 

Same happens when i try to mount the drive in a Unix OS. When i try to list all disk, (fdsik or hwinfo) the command seems to be paused until the drive is unplugged.

 

Im out of options for my Part. Here are some Infos about my system:

 

Asus Crosshair VII Hero BIOS Versio 4901

G.Skill Ripjaw V 32Gb on 4 banksF4-3200C16D-16GVKB

Ryzen 9 5900X

AMD Vega 64

LEPA B800-MAS 800W

2x M.2 SSD

2x SATA SSD 2.5"

2x HDD

 

the one HDD failing is a WD10EADS if this matters.

 

Help is appreciated :)

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You can maybe try using it in a USB dock, but it seems the drive is just gone. 

F@H
Desktop: i7-5960X 4.4GHz, Noctua NH-D14, ASUS Rampage V, 32GB, RTX3080, 2TB SX8200Pro, 2x16TB Ironwolf RAID0, Corsair HX1200, Thermaltake Overseer RX1, Samsung 4K curved 49" TV, 23" secondary, Mountain Everest Max

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Asus Zenbook UM325UA, Ryzen 7 5700u, 16GB, 1TB, OLED

 

GPD Win 2

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sounds like a hard head lock.  can happen when it's active during shutdown..  but it's realy bad luck. 

 

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