Hello Jlison thank you for your post, on this case I suggest you to perform a full diagnostic in your Solid State Drive and confirm that the unit is working properly.
Thank you for your reply. I have already done that, and it says that the drive is working all fine.
Thank you for your post. Have your tried replacing the SATA and power cables? Avoid the use of power cable converters in case you have one of those. Some power supplies already have a native SATA power connection. If possible, you may update the motherboard BIOS and SATA controller driver.
You may also test the drive in a different computer or perform a Secure Erase and reinstall the operating system. Keep in mind the cause of the issue may come from a different component unless the same happens when the drive is connected to a different system.
I hope the suggestions help.