[SOLVED] Windows 10 cant detect my Kingston SSD

Apr 26, 2021
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Hello Community,
I am stuck from last two days and did all the online researching but am not seeing any way out, So here i am, Hoping to find an answer.

Two days back 24 April 2021, I got blue screen which says "Your PC/Device needs to be repaired, Error code : 0xc00000e", (IDK why that happened ) so i did everything which i got from internet, Created a bootable flash drive and try to repair, and ran some commands but no luck.

So i decided to format OS and start fresh, But in a window where we select in which drive we want to install windows, i saw my SSD is fully empty (which is was not supposed to be) and also i cant install OS, I got an error which says "Ensure that the disk controller is enabled in the computer BIOS menu" . So i check sata configuration and enable AHCI, and tried again , yet it didn't solve that issue.

I don't know what is happening to my SSD, to make sure i used my other HDD and now i can see my SDD in BIOS and in disk management but i cant use it.
Any help could be appreciated, I am uploading the images just to show this is where i am stuck.

1> View: https://i.imgur.com/EKdhCwc.jpg

2> View: https://i.imgur.com/LSUUYb9.jpg

3> View: https://i.imgur.com/hXM3xkW.jpg

4> View: https://i.imgur.com/mdO17Rp.jpg
 
So it shows up/is recognized, but, errors out when trying to initialize it for formatting....

Offhand, I'd say is probably 'done for', i.e., hard failed. (Not bashing Kingston, but, when these sorts of SSD failures pop up occasionally, Kingston's name often figures quite prominently, and dare I say on a ' disproportionately high ' basis... (in my opinion)
 
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So it shows up/is recognized, but, errors out when trying to initialize it for formatting....

Offhand, I'd say is probably 'done for', i.e., hard failed. (Not bashing Kingston, but, when these sorts of SSD failures pop up occasionally, Kingston's name often figures quite prominently, and dare I say on a ' disproportionately high ' basis... (in my opinion)
 
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Apr 26, 2021
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1
10
0
So it shows up/is recognized, but, errors out when trying to initialize it for formatting....

Offhand, I'd say is probably 'done for', i.e., hard failed. (Not bashing Kingston, but, when these sorts of SSD failures pop up occasionally, Kingston's name often figures quite prominently, and dare I say on a ' disproportionately high ' basis... (in my opinion)
Thank you for your response sir, you mean this SDD is dead ? there is no way we can make it work ? Its still in warranty so can i replace it ?
 

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