N/APosted on - 01/13/2015
I have a 80Gb solid state desktop drive that started to behave differently after a blackout, It is not as fast as it was when it comes to saving up my contents and this worries me. How can I rectify this situation and do I need a diagnosis software to run on this drive?
Error while saving to a solid state drive
Electronic devices are sensitive to power fluctuations. Blackout can be the cause of the problem. It could corrupt files or damage components, or even something completely else. That is why you should use a UPS for your computer and other electronics.
If repairing windows doesn't help and you have already cleared CMOS, along with reseating the RAM then the next easiest step would be to test the boot drive in another computer.