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Old 01-18-2019, 12:57 PM
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Default MP300 M.2 SSD Odd Behavior

I have the MP300 M.2 SSD in an MSI laptop, been working fine for 6 months,

Now windows won't boot, when i run the windows installation, i can see the partitions, but can't delete the partitions, i put it in my desktop, i can read the main partition, and I have recovered my data, but i can't format the drive or secure erase it on my desktop either.
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Old 03-29-2019, 03:51 PM
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Hello Tealsteam,

Sorry to hear about your issue and the late response. Are you still having issues with the drive? If so, I would suggest reaching out to our TS team at support.corsair.com
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Hello,

I have buy this computer https://www.materiel.net/produit/201810170108.html , there 2 month ago.

And today i have same issue like Tealsteam.
No Boot !

Try Delete Partition on Install Wizard => KO
Try Delete with DiskPart with Clean => KO
Try Delete with DiskPart and Delete Parition Override => KO
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