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Lost your data on a corrupted SDD or hard drive? Worried about repairing the SSD without losing the data? Don’t worry here we are with the solutions. Here in this article, we will discuss some effective methods to fix the corrupted SSD. The discussion will cover the common problems that occur with the SSD.  

Common Problems that Occur with SSD

If you find the following problems with your SSD, be aware and take steps to stop the damage.

Unreadable Data File

If you cannot read a file in your system or if you cannot write any new data i.e. when your SSD becomes read-only, or even you cannot copy any file, it is an indication that your SSSD is getting dead.

Regular Boot Crashes

If your system tends to crash in between the boot-up or you are using an SSD with slow read/write speeds, you need to check your SSD.

Bad Blocks Present in SSD

If the system frequently shows an error message or gets a Boot BCD error message on Windows, it indicates that your SSD or hard drive needs a thorough check-up.

Blue Screen

SSD or Hard Disc damage also results in a blue screen on the computer. If the blue screen problem occurs during the computer start-up process try to reinstall the system. If the reinstallation does not resolve the problem, take a step quickly to prevent permanent loss of data.

Solutions to fix a dead SSD drive

If any of the above-mentioned problems irritate you while working on your system try the following methods step by step to cure your SSD drive and Hard Drive Recovery.

Unplug and Re Plug SATA Data Cable on SSD Step by Step

  • Unplug the SATA Data cable on SSD, don’t disconnect the power cable.
  • Turn the PC on and boot into BIOS
  • Let the PC in BIOS for a minimum of half an hour then turn off the PC.
  • Plug the SATA data cable into SSD again and turn the PC on to boot into BIOS.

Now check whether the problems are there. If yes then follow the following methods,

Update Firmware of Dead/ Not working SSD

  • Check the firmware of your SSD.
  • Start the SSD firmware update tool.
  • Hit on the Licence option and choose to ACCEPT option.
  • Click on the ‘Update Driver’ to confirm the update by clicking on YES.

After the update is completed if it is not working well then opt for the following.

Update the drivers to fix the non-responding SSD

  • OPT for device manager
  • Select the ‘update driver option’
  • Reboot your system.

If it does not heal your SSD, don’t panic there are still ways to cure your SSD.

Run CHKDSK to fix the SSD

  • Press Win + R to open the Run dialog
  • Open ‘Command Prompt’
  • Click ‘Run as administrator’ and log in as administrator
  • Type ‘CHKDSK C:/f/r/x’ in the command prompt and hit Enter.

Professional SSD Repair Tool

If the above-mentioned methods failed to help you, you can turn on the third-party SSD repair utility that offers you 3different options to help you fix damaged/corrupted SSD and SSD Hard Drive Recovery.

  • Repair SSD bad sectors by checking the file system.
  • Rebuild MBR on SSD
  • Formatting and erasing damaged SSD.


If the above-mentioned methods cannot help you to fix your SSD contact your SSD manufacturer for a better solution.

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