There is no reason why power saving settings in the operating system would affect SSDs. SSDs are able to idle, sleep and hibernate as well as regular HDDs, and this should not affect them in any way.
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"The issue is being called the Bad Context 13x Error, and it occurs when your SSD 320 drive suffers a power loss. On rebooting, the drive may only be recognized as having 8MB of storage rather than the 40GB-600GB capacities they ship with."
So, which power losses do NOT affect the SSDs? My computer, with the OS on a SSD RAID 1 array, froze when the disk-sleep function powered off the mechanical backup HDDs.