Can't recognize SSD after erase error.

Hi guys,

I bought a 480GB OCZ TR150, and when I first connected it from a USB box my Mac recognized it.
I tried to delete it, but it gave me an error message. Once the message is accepted the computer no longer recognizes it.

I tested it with my laptop via USB, via SATA and nothing. I have also looked into /dev.

Guys, is it really serious? Does anyone know how to do it?


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Looks grim.

Time for a warranty call IMO.

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I didn't ask but describe the tools you use to see the drive.

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