If you have a one year warranty, I'd claim a free SSD to replace the broken one. Maybe there's an deeper cause (power supply or motherboard), but I don't expect they will be able to find and fix that.
Better have a good and regular backup scheme!
I have been looking everywhere for a fix for this issue but nothing as of yet, so I was hoping to turn to you guys for a bit of help.
So below I will explain my current situation and specs etc.
Yesterday I tried to boot my PC however on boot, it came up with this message which you can watch in the following video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QHcHVtnDYaU
Error Message: "Reboot and Select proper Boot Device or Insert Boot Media in selected Boot device and press a key".
Now, I've tried I few things so far and below I will list what I've done:
1) Boot PC and got the BIOS up via the Del key.
2) Checked to see if my PC was booting in AHCI. (It was already in this mode)
3) Checked to see if my Boot Sequence detected my SSD. (My boot sequence was as followed: 1 - CD Drive, 2 - HDD, 3 - Boot Agent) (My M.2 SSD wasn't even in the boot sequence)
4) I then reset my BIOS to the last known good config.
None of the above work!
However, this is the most annoying thing above anything, I sent my PC off for EXACTLY the same issue as I have now back in March. I bought the PC from a company called DinoPC and I had the same issue with the SSD, it was sent off and fixed. You can see the emails below of the issue ticket.
As you can see from the image above, I reported the issue, they requested it to be sent off for repairs, I got an email saying indirectly that they fixed the fault. There were ticket links on some of the emails however, the tickets no longer exist to show that they stated that they had fixed it.
Now, under UK Consumer Law, I have 6 years to claim from date of delivery for faulty components for free. Baring in mind, the PC was bought in November 2014, and was fixed with a new SSD in March 2016.
What would you guys suggest I do?