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Dying M4

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Today I was reinstalling windows onto a different HD and during the process ran into some complications. During the complications I had to revert to my M4 to look up some stuff and it was acting weird. During one reboot, I got a BSOD and couldn't see the code.
When I was able to boot into desktop, the SSD ran very slow. Didn't bother doing any benchmarks to see if it was actually running slow or not, but to me it left weird.

My connectors are slighty bent because of a friend, but it bents back in when I connect it to the power SATA cable.

Is there any diagnostic software to see if there is anything wrong with my SSD?

Running HD tune right now.
    
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You can use SSD Life also. Thanks
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HD tune and SSD life didn't report any errors..
What the hell..
    
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Try wiggling the cable and see if anything happens. Perhaps the cable is in a spot where it is making a solid connection. Thanks
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