It's easy to figure out since the old HDD can be slipped in as a test.
And even today, you know these SSDs will fail. It's something the industry is pretty quiet about.
And you can bet folk may claim it's gotten better. They also sell bridges.
Just a quick question. While on exchange in Norway my laptop harddrive broke. I then had it fixed at a local I.T service who replaced the HD with an SDD. A little over a week later I had installed a few games from Steam, nothing that was from harmful or black listed sites. I was then blue screened, I took it back to the same service centre. two weeks later they informed me that the motherboard was screwed as well and now advised me to buy a new one. My question is how likely is this new SDD was the cause or at least a significant factor involved in this?