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So I was playing Battlefield when my computer just completely froze...so I had to restart the computer by hitting the switch. Upon restarting the computer, I was greeted with a screen that looked like this:
http://media.photobucket.com/image/error%20occurred%20intel%20(0)/Logun0/photo.jpg
It had the error on one of my drives and I proceeded to restart the computer. Once I got into windows my intel RST screen showed this:
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So I reset the disk to normal and things appear to be working fine, but I'm not entirely convinced. I've had nothing but nightmwares with the firmware on these drives. So I'm wondering, should I RMA the drives? I just took a drive image so I could just drop them back onto the drives once everything gets back.

The drives are 2 x 120GB Kingston HyperX SSD's
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a secure erase, hdderase, should fix you up. i do not think one failure should constitute an RMA
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Well the "Error Occurred (0)" is defined as this:
Quote:
Resetting a Disk to Normal

You can reset a SATA disk to normal when the storage system reports one of the following disk statuses:

At risk
A disk is reported at increased risk of failing in the near future that could be due to a slow degradation over time. You can choose to ignore this alert at this time by resetting the disk to normal, but it may re-appear if the disk continues to assert this condition. We recommend that you contact the manufacturer for more information to prevent potential data loss.

Failed
A SATA disk has failed to properly complete read and write operations in a timely manner, and data may be lost. We recommend that you replace the failed disk as soon as possible to return the overall storage system to normal. In this state, data may be lost, but you can try resetting the disk to normal and attempt a data recovery. If the disk operations continue to fail, the disk will return to a failed state immediately.

If the failed disk is an array disk, refer to the Troubleshooting section for guidelines on rebuilding a failed or degraded volume.

1. Under ‘Status’, in the Manage subsection, locate the disk reported as at risk or failed. You can also perform this action from Manage Disk, which is accessible by clicking the disk in the storage system view.

2. Click 'Reset disk to normal'. The page refreshes instantly, returning to a normal state.

So this doesn't seem like a software problem that secure erasing can fix?
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