as I didnt use my SSD X25-M for almost 1 year, I wanted to use a USB Adapter Kable for Using my SSD as External Storage.
First the SSD woked fine, haveing 4 Partitions (I dont remember exactly how it was configured). After formatting 1 Partition and filling it with data, I switched the "external SSD" to another Computer the get all the pictures. During that my Systempartition (Win7 from a third Computer) crashed. Windows asked me to format the partition to use it. I thought it could be a Problem with the USB Adapter Cable and connected the SSD with an SATAII Cable from the Computer. Now all Partitions moved away and instead I see a 8MB unformatted Storage in the Discmanagementsystem from Windows 7.
I really dont care about the Data on the SSD but I wish I could reactivate the SSD for using itsStorage.
Do you have any idea or tooltip for solve this problem?
I already tried to use the SSD on a Computer with win7 and a Tablet PC with win8.1
Here you have a AIDA64 log from the SSD
[ INTEL SSDSA2M080G2GN (BAD_CTX CD1FAF05Ì) ] ATA Device Properties: Model ID INTEL SSDSA2M080G2GN Serial Number BAD_CTX CD1FAF05Ì Revision 2CV102HA World Wide Name 5-001517-9591A909C Device Type SATA-II @ Oxford Parameters 16383 cylinders, 16 heads, 63 sectors per track, 512 bytes per sector LBA Sectors 16384 Physical / Logical Sector Size 512 bytes / 512 bytes Multiple Sectors 16 Max. PIO Transfer Mode PIO 4 Max. MWDMA Transfer Mode MWDMA 2 Max. UDMA Transfer Mode UDMA 6 Active UDMA Transfer Mode UDMA 6 Unformatted Capacity 8 MB Rotational Speed SSD ATA Standard ATA/ATAPI-7 ATA Device Features: 48-bit LBA Supported, Enabled Automatic Acoustic Management (AAM) Not Supported Device Configuration Overlay (DCO) Supported, Enabled DMA Setup Auto-Activate Not Supported Free-Fall Control Not Supported General Purpose Logging (GPL) Supported, Enabled Hardware Feature Control Not Supported Host Protected Area (HPA) Supported, Enabled HPA Security Extensions Supported, Disabled Hybrid Information Feature Not Supported In-Order Data Delivery Not Supported Native Command Queuing (NCQ) Not Supported NCQ Autosense Not Supported NCQ Priority Information Not Supported NCQ Queue Management Command Not Supported NCQ Streaming Not Supported Phy Event Counters Supported Read Look-Ahead Supported, Enabled Release Interrupt Not Supported Security Mode Supported, Disabled Sense Data Reporting (SDR) Not Supported Service Interrupt Not Supported SMART Not Supported SMART Error Logging Not Supported SMART Self-Test Not Supported Software Settings Preservation (SSP) Supported, Enabled Streaming Not Supported Tagged Command Queuing (TCQ) Supported Write Cache Supported, Enabled Write-Read-Verify Not Supported SSD Features: Data Set Management Supported Deterministic Read After TRIM Supported TRIM Command Supported Power Management Features: Advanced Power Management Not Supported Automatic Partial to Slumber Transitions (APST) Disabled Device Initiated Interface Power Management (DIPM) Not Supported Device Sleep (DEVSLP) Not Supported Extended Power Conditions (EPC) Not Supported Host Initiated Interface Power Management (HIPM) Not Supported IDLE IMMEDIATE With UNLOAD FEATURE Supported, Enabled Link Power State Device Sleep Not Supported Power Management Supported, Enabled Power-Up In Standby (PUIS) Not Supported ATA Commands: DEVICE RESET Not Supported DOWNLOAD MICROCODE Supported, Enabled FLUSH CACHE Supported, Enabled FLUSH CACHE EXT Supported, Enabled NOP Supported, Enabled READ BUFFER Supported, Enabled WRITE BUFFER Supported, Enabled ATA Device Physical Info: Manufacturer Intel SSD Family X25-M (34nm) Family Code Name Postville Form Factor 2.5" Formatted Capacity 80 GB Controller Type Intel PC29AS21BA0 Flash Memory Type Intel 34nm MLC NAND Physical Dimensions 100.45 x 69.85 x 7 mm Max. Weight 76 g Max. Sequential Read Speed 250 MB/s Max. Sequential Write Speed 70 MB/s Max. Random 4 KB Read 35000 IOPS Max. Random 4 KB Write 6600 IOPS Interface SATA-II Interface Data Rate 300 MB/s Buffer Size 32 MB ATA Device Manufacturer: Company Name Intel Corporation Product Information http://www.intel.com/design/flash/nand/productinformation.htm Driver Update http://www.aida64.com/driver-updates
Thanks all for hint and helping
See ya, Yngvar