Solved SSD failure error message when booting up.

July 21, 2017 at 14:00:21
Specs: Windows 10, core I5 3.5ghz 16gb ddr4
I'm getting this failure message with my ssd. The thing that confuses me though is that I ran crystal disk and that software said that my SSD which also has my os on it is 100% healthy but my mechanical hard drive is unhealthy so I'm really confused what to do. I've purchased a new ssd and an external hard drive for backups just in case though. What do you suggest I do.

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July 21, 2017 at 16:26:27
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"Normally" one doesn't run chkdsk on an ssd... - see this discussion about it all; one of many on the web:

What are the exact errors you seem to be getting/seeing re' your ssd?

Certainly ensure you have safeguarded "all" your personal files to external media - and make this a regular event regardless.

Also check the copies at regular intervals and whenever you make or renew, or add to the external copy.

Ideally make the duplicate (to external storage) each time you make the new content on your actual computer hard drive itself.

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