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My SSD cleaned itself?

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Today when I turn on my PC I get a boot manager error 0xc000000f. The boot selection failed because a required device is inaccessible. " It was absolutely fine yesterday, I did not change or install anything. I installed OS on my HDD and saw that my SSD is simply empty. There are only 3 folders: PerfLogs, Program Files and Windows.old and bootsqm.dat file. and they are completely empty. Total space filled is 166mb only.
So simply everything I had, some documents, OS and software disappeared. I reinstalled everything I could on SSD again..
I find it really devastating. What could cause it? Does it mean it is faulty ? My PC is relatively new. I bought it about 7 months ago.
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a virus? a PEBCAK error? a lot of things could have happened, depending on what you were doing prior to the boot manager error.
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I did nothing special. Did not install or unistall anything, nothing suspicious tongue.gif Just turned on PC and a BUMMER..
However, sometimes when turning on the PC I was getting one of my disks contingency checks. Not really sure what it means though, but it was taking a minute or two maximum, afterwards windows loaded normally.
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1TB SATA HDD SSD 128GB Kingston Windows 7 64bit Home THERMALTAKE TPX-775M TOUGHPOWER 
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