SSD D: Drive recycle bin error and drive now inaccessible.

sklba1

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Hello. Hope someone can help here.

I know my D:, a Samsung SSD has issues with sleep mode where it would disappear. It would reappear on a restart, so I wasn't super concerned about it. The other day, however, somehow my C: drive, where the operating system is, ended up with 22mb of free space. I tried to clean it up quickly, but something went wrong. I started getting errors about the recycle bin on D:. It's been downhill since. I tried running rd /s /q D:\$Recycle.bin, but it didn't seem to do anything.

After a restart, the drive would show up, but it was inaccessible. I started getting diagnostic test running on windows 10 startup, but it would stall out on 0% on the D: drive. I ran Chkdisk and it gave a whole bunch of errors. Currently it now says "Can not open volume for direct access."

The windows automatic diagnostic says it can not fix the D: drive when I try a restart using that tool.

Anyone have any advice?
 

sklba1

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I believe my C drive is a Samsung.

Tried the Samsung Magician. Didn't work. :(
 

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