Question Recent SSD Problem IO operation

Mar 6, 2021
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This is happening recently. The problem on event viewer before my computer is freezing is "The IO operation at logical block address for Disk 0 was retried". Lots of logs like this.

I'm not sure if this is more frequent when I'm playing a game since this usually when it happens. Not sure how this affects it though since all my games are on another M2 just bought 2 months ago

I have tried chkdsk, sfcscannow, crystaldiskinfo, samsung magician and they're all good/healthy. I don't think it's also a cable problem since this started 2 weeks earlier (tried replugging cables, havent tested on new ones yet).Also I did upgrade my AMD BIOS and chipsets recently, MPG-X570-GAMING-EDGE-WIFI with the latest Resizable BAR.

Mind you this is a 3-4 year old 250GB Samsung 850 EVO. This could just be on its last legs.
 
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What are specs of the PC?

can you give me the event number?
My PC Specs is:

MPG-X570-GAMING-EDGE-WIFI Mobo
Ryzen 7 3700x
16 GB RAM TFORCE 3600mhz
Nvidia RTX 3080
1 250GB Samsung 850 EVO. (OS drive)
1 500 GB Samsung 970 EVO m2
1 TB HDD


Here is the whole XML:



- <Event xmlns=" ">

- <System>

<Provider Name="disk" />

<EventID Qualifiers="32772">153</EventID>

<Version>0</Version>

<Level>3</Level>

<Task>0</Task>

<Opcode>0</Opcode>

<Keywords>0x80000000000000</Keywords>

<TimeCreated SystemTime="2021-03-06T13:47:31.4137968Z" />

<EventRecordID>60004</EventRecordID>

<Correlation />

<Execution ProcessID="4" ThreadID="3196" />

<Channel>System</Channel>

<Computer>Jan-PC</Computer>

<Security />

</System>

- <EventData>

<Data>\Device\Harddisk0\DR0</Data>

<Data>0x199b89a0</Data>

<Data>0</Data>

<Data>\Device\0000003a</Data>

<Binary>0F01040004002C0000000000990004800000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000042A</Binary>

</EventData>

</Event>
 

Colif

Win 10 Master
Moderator
A system administrator who encounters event 153 errors should investigate the health of the computer’s disk subsystem. Although an occasional timeout may be part of the normal operation of a system, the frequent need to retry requests indicates a performance issue with the storage that should be corrected.
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-au/archive/blogs/ntdebugging/interpreting-event-153-errors

SSD don't give any warnings so if you suspect drive might be on last legs, get a new one and replace it. Use it as storage of non essential data.

I would use the 500gb nvme as boot drive (I actually was going to do just that but got 1tb nvme instead). I don't know if its the nvme or the 3600XT but my boot is pretty much instant, once bios gives windows access. I had an 250gb Evo 850 on last PC and it took longer to boot up.
 
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