I assume it doesn't make a difference if you disconnect that new drive. That's true? Then it's just this SSD that doesn't work anymore.
1. Just by accident the power or the data cable came loose. Easy to check and correct.
2. You broke something on the motherboard or in the SDD. Then replace the defective component.
3. You didn't break something on the motherboard or in the SSD but it just happened to happen at the same time. Then also replace the defective component.
Let's hope it's #1 !
Hello can anyone help me with my hard disk problem?
I just bought a new CD-DVD driver and when i put it into my motherboad, my SSD SandDisk 128Gb crushed or something like this and doesnt work now... it repeat the same process by telling me "Reboot And Select Proper Boot Device" any ideas?