I have a Kingston 2.5" 240GB ssd that I used previously to upgrade a laptop. I removed the ssd and about a month later I plugged the ssd into my laptop (not the one it was previously installed) and using a 2.5" sata enclosure. Using Windows 7 disk manager a window popped up saying the disk needed to be initialized. When I clicked okay, I received and error the disk was not ready. I checked the Device Manager which showed the enclosure was operating correctly. Nonetheless, I uninstalled and reinstalled the driver but there was no change. I then plugged it into my Windows 10 PC with the same results. It should be noted this ssd previously worked with the enclosure. Finally I used a sata adapter that has a power supply and ssd showed up in the disk manager with the previous OS installation. I deleted the partitions and reformatted the drive, but once again, if I tried to use the enclosure I get a disk not initialized window, but clicking to initialize the ssd gets an error message. I have not tried to installing the ssd to see if it will work as an internal drive. Do you think the ssd is failing or corrupted?