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    Well, this is doing my head in. I am usually good at solving a problem by narrowing down the issue but this one is giving me a headache.

    My setup is in my sig underneath. (Asus P8P67M, Intel 2500k , 8GB Corsair XMS, 128GB Crucial M4 SSD and 500GB Samsung F3, Sapphire Vapour X 7950 3GB)

    • Basically I can be browsing internet, playing games etc and I will get a BSOD.
    • I/O Error comes up.
    • When the computer reboots it says BOOTMGR Cannot be found and won't load windows.
    • If I go into BIOS it does not list my SSD in the boot priority list. But rather, lists my WD secondary drive (holds my files of music etc) instead.
    • If I turn off computer and unplug WD drive the computer boots into the SSD as normal.
    • I can then reboot computer and recconnect WD drive and all works again until I get another random BSOD.



    I have tried running with just the SSD but still got a BSOD last night.

    I have ran CrystalDiskInfo and it detects no issues at all. I have ran Memtest and it also detects no issues at all.

    So, I don't know what the issue is? I thought it was my SSD which was faulty but now I don't know!

    Any help is appreciated.

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    Re: BSOD becoming more frequent please help

    Does sound like a issue with the SSD personally, what firmware version are you currently running on it?

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    Re: BSOD becoming more frequent please help

    I have absolutely no idea. Let me check haha.

    According to Crystal it is '0001'
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    Re: BSOD becoming more frequent please help

    Just crashed again. Before it happened. Everything became non respondent. Trying to use internet it said 'waiting for cache' then i got the BSOD.

    I( should say that this setup has been working perfectly for a few years. It is only in the past few months it has been messing me about!
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    Re: BSOD becoming more frequent please help

    Their have been a lot of firmware updates since then lol, might be worth updating it fixes a lot of issues with the drive itself.

    http://uk.crucial.com/gbr/en/support-ssd-firmware

    Other options being the sata cable itself, only seen that a few times or try changing the sata port the drive is running from.

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    Re: BSOD becoming more frequent please help

    Change sata cable on ssd.
    Different sata socket
    As above firmware
    Which memtest? The older versions apparently don't work anymore.
    Recent thing due to it being hotter?

    Clutching at straws if you haven't guessed already :/

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    Re: BSOD becoming more frequent please help

    Already changed lead and slot to no avail. I have not done the firmware update but as it has only started recently I think it is more hardware related. I have owned the system for about 3 1/2 years with no problems? If anything ym new house is cooler than my old flat

    I will get a new version of memtest now and check that.

    I have also ordered a Crucial 256gb MX100.
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    Re: BSOD becoming more frequent please help

    I run 1 full pass of Memtest 5.01 and it found no errors.

    Is there any software which checks an ssd for errors?
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    Re: BSOD becoming more frequent please help

    Did you try sfc/scannow from a command prompt with admin privileges.?
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    Re: BSOD becoming more frequent please help

    it has to be SSD and/or motherboard related. No other reason why the SSD would be missing after the first reboot.

    I've seen many SSDs do this. Some have been fixed with drive firmware, some with updates to the system ROM (if you use EFI, you can inject all the latest firmwares using "UEFI BIOS Updater" (UBU)....others have been RMAed or thrown away.

    There have been a number of SSD firmwares with bugs that don't show util a certain amount of writes or uptime.....so firmware is still potentially on the cards even if the problem has just started happening.
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    Re: BSOD becoming more frequent please help

    Just update the SSD firmware or it'll crash within an hour of boot up forever. Once done, the M4 will be as good as new (the bug triggers after a set number of hours on: ~6 months up time).

    EDIT: http://forum.crucial.com/t5/Solid-St...ur/ta-p/130218

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    Re: BSOD becoming more frequent please help

    I need to look up how to update firmware on an ssd first
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    Re: BSOD becoming more frequent please help

    Ok drive updated. Will see if that fixes it!
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    Re: BSOD becoming more frequent please help

    Unfortunately it crashed again.

    BSOD win32k.sys

    I tried using 'WhoCrashed' but "Crash dumps are enabled on your computer.

    No valid crash dumps have been found on your computer"
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    Re: BSOD becoming more frequent please help

    Win32k.sys might be a red herring, best to cut back on the need to guess and get some logs to analyse first - please carefully read and follow the topic here: http://www.sysnative.com/forums/bsod...a.html#post303

    If you can't attach the zipped folder(s) back here, upload them to a site that's publicly accessible (Skydrive/Live/ ... ) and post the URL here.

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    Re: BSOD becoming more frequent please help

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    My System=Gigabyte X470 Aorus Gaming 7 Wi-Fi, AMD Ryzen 7 2700X, Patriot 16 GB DDR4 3200MHz, 256GB Crucial SSD, Kingston 256GB SSD and 500GB Samsung F3, Palit GTX1070 GameRock Edition , Enermax Liberty 620W, Akasa Eclipse-32,Dell 2715H & Dell U2311H
    Home Server 2/HTPC - Ryzen 5 3600, Asus Strix B450, 16GB Ram, Gigabyte 1660 Super, Corsair TX550, Kodi with MadVR
    Diskstation/HTPC - Synology DS2415+ with 41TB
    Portable=Microsoft Surface Pro 4, Huawei M5 10" & HP Omen 15 laptop

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