DeliciousKek

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The title says it all, after migrating data from hdd to ssd, my drive health status and total bytes written are N/A, any idea how to fix it? :)
 
Welcome, DeliciousKek!

I'd recommend you to answer @popatim's questions first. Then check the SSD manufacturer's website for any firmware updates on the model. I'd also check the drivers associated with the SSD in Disk Management and again make sure that they are updated.
Another thing you should try is testing the SSD's health and SMART data using a different diagnostic utility. Here's a thread with several suggestions: http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/answers/id-1926483/ssd-diagnostic-tools.html

Keep us posted! :)
SuperSoph_WD
 
Welcome, DeliciousKek!

I'd recommend you to answer @popatim's questions first. Then check the SSD manufacturer's website for any firmware updates on the model. I'd also check the drivers associated with the SSD in Disk Management and again make sure that they are updated.
Another thing you should try is testing the SSD's health and SMART data using a different diagnostic utility. Here's a thread with several suggestions: http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/answers/id-1926483/ssd-diagnostic-tools.html

Keep us posted! :)
SuperSoph_WD
 

DeliciousKek

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I used samsung's data migration, if by mode you mean ahci, it's on, also the drivers are the lastest ones :)
 

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