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corsair force 3 120gb ssd problem

Discussion in 'Storage' started by arnoo1, Feb 24, 2012.

  1. arnoo1

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    hello forums friends

    i have a problem with my corsair force 3 120gb ssd
    after using it for 3 months i decided to enable ahci in bios, i did a clean instal of windows, after a few times rebooting i god a message'no os found,ctrl+alt+del to reboot' after a few reboots it does boot and works fine, but a week a ago i installed gta 4, pc froze and i rebooted, the pc said missing bootmgr, i decided to to do a re-install of OS, but windows install allways froze or failed to install os, after 7 times i was sick of this bullcrap, i decided to install os in a hdd and work just fine, in one try:S after a a slow format i put my ssd through ATTO, i get wierd scores and failed to continue

    Error(s) on reading file, code 1117 (0x0000045d)

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    sounds like you may need a secure erase
     
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    it's a goner, see pic
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    arnoo1 says thanks.
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    lol thanks, i allready send for rma, i don't wanna flash the firmware by meself, also if i can't install os and give me bricked block in hdtune there must be some serious problem, i enabled ahci but that was the thing that screwed my ssd, in ide it was fine no probs
     

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