Since these SSDs are Samsung (not Intel), I would be contacting Sony support for your laptop, or Samsung for the drives, and check their warranty.
Also, your processor is not supported on Windows 10. You may want to go back to Windows 7.
HI Al Hill
thanks for you reply
But i have had window 10 on it for over 5 months and had no issues. why now ?
Thanks for your prompt reply
sorry I am not getting it. are you saying my PC has more CPU than window 10 can support. for example mine has 8 CPU but window 10 can only support 2 CPU?
From the link I provided:
"If you do not see your processor on the list, consult Microsoft's website for more details or run Microsoft’s upgrade advisory. Microsoft may support upgrades on earlier Intel® Processors if the system passes the Windows Upgrade Advisor system review."
i get it now. I have contacted Sony, they are useless and they advise me to change the SSD which cost £500. They have not even checked if its SSD or something else. They have the worse customer service ever.
Your advise makes a prefect sense and I need to contact Microsoft and Sumsang. I may get something
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