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Best Answer jds63 , 25 June 2015 - 01:33 PM

Been 10 days since putting a different SSD on Port 1, the port i may have suspected to be bad or being the other SSD. So far other SSD has not disappeared yet. Give it more time since in past somet... Go to the full post »


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Talked to Gigabyte support on this issue, thoughts too would be to try another SSD on this port if this HDD does not react to issue or being SSD not failing on other port. Same thoughts of possibility of an HDD not being as sensitive to loss of connection or signal. Been over a week since swap, tried using the SSD a lot, works fine and the HDD.


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Had not happened in over a week with HDD on Port 1. I put another SSD on port 1 to see if it will react to issue i have had. This will only say was the it's the port if it disappears. Other thoughts from people were stating maybe drivers, controller drivers, but as i learned BIOS does not need a driver to recognize a device, so saying if the drive disappears from the BIOS as what was happening it's not due to that, as the other SSD (OS) had no issues on another port with the said drivers. All intel drivers, chipset and controller.


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Been 10 days since putting a different SSD on Port 1, the port i may have suspected to be bad or being the other SSD. So far other SSD has not disappeared yet. Give it more time since in past sometimes went on for about 2 weeks before happening again.


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Been just day over 2 weeks since i put another SSD on suspected port 1, no issues have happened. Feel need to then RMA other SSD. Give it a bit more time as say this post is solved.


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