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Possible dead Corsair Performance 3

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Sorry about the quality of the pic, the flash of my blackberry is the main reflection.

As the pic shows I keep getting a disk read error.

So everything was working fine when I went to bed last night. I tried a few things this morning before I left for work. I first tried Ctrl Alt Del which resulted in the same result and back to the screen in the pic. I also confirmed that the SSD is being detected in the POST and in BIOS. I also changed from ACHI to IDE, same result. The only thing I did not have time to try was a repair of the OS.

Is this the result of a dead SSD or is it just corrupt files for the OS?

My system does weekly backups to the 1TB F3 so I should only have data loss for about a week, if this died before last nights back up.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.


EDIT
FYI this is the Sig Rig.




EDIT
This has been resolved, turns out a patch Microsoft sent out hosed the Master Boot Record. Completely rebuilt the MBR and everything is back to operational.

Edited by bratas - 4/28/11 at 7:23am
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Unplug all drives except for the boot drive and make sure you don't have a flash drive plugged in.

If you installed win with the bios set to ahci then make sure that's where it is still.

Verify that you have the boot drive as first in line in the bios options for boot order.
    
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