Question After a restart something is wrong with my ssd

agis89

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Hello. So, the issue that i am having is that after 3 years with my 850 evo ssd suddenly i cant boot from it. I tried unpplugging alla the usb, unpplugging my HDD etc . The only solution so far was to boot from the HDD but that is only possible if i completely disconnect my SSD, just disablening the SSD from bios does not work , i have to mannually pull the connector from the SSD. So i cant really test if the SSD died or run diagnostics to it. Do you think there is somenting else i can try or the SSD is dead?
 

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How is the system booting from the HDD?
Do you have an OS installed on both drives? If so, why?

Please give us a full parts list of this system.
And whatever screencap is possible of the Disk Management window.
 

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How is the system booting from the HDD?
Do you have an OS installed on both drives? If so, why?

Please give us a full parts list of this system.
And whatever screencap is possible of the Disk Management window.
The set up is the the one under the question with a 500 gb 850 evo ssd. I just installed windows 10 on my HDD so i could use my pc , until now my HDD was only for storage. There is nothing other than the HDD on the disk management because i cant connect the ssd, whenever i connect it, even as a secondery or storage drive my pc does not boot. So its not possible to check the ssd in any way with this pc. Maybe if a had a sata to usb cable i could try it on my laptop
 

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The set up is the the one under the question with a 500 gb 850 evo ssd. I just installed windows 10 on my HDD so i could use my pc , until now my HDD was only for storage. There is nothing other than the HDD on the disk management because i cant connect the ssd, whenever i connect it, even as a secondery or storage drive my pc does not boot. So its not possible to check the ssd in any way with this pc. Maybe if a had a sata to usb cable i could try it on my laptop
I looked at that list in your sig, and saw nothing mentioning an 850 EVO.
Hence, the question.

If your 850 EVO is 3 years old, it is still under warranty.
Free replacement.

Drives die. Not often, but they do. Samsungs even less often.
 

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I looked at that list in your sig, and saw nothing mentioning an 850 EVO.
Hence, the question.

If your 850 EVO is 3 years old, it is still under warranty.
Free replacement.

Drives die. Not often, but they do. Samsungs even less often.
Yeah unfortunately i think that's the case. It just died, i will test it tommorow again
 

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