Originally Posted by Blameless
Going to be very difficult to get that back on and be strong enough to be plugged in and unplugged more than a few times.
A temporary fix with super glue or epoxy is probably easy enough, but you are probably going to need a whole new connector (not worth it on such a small/cheap SSD) or a new SSD for a permanent fix.
Ok so i tried to fix it with super glue, yeah i think its really temporary fixing method, maybe two times to plug unplug
As for a new ssd its goinna be a really hard to get fast
Also noticed that mine ssd has a spare palces to solder a memory modules maybe eight more
and thoose are TOSHIBA JC4868
Big thanks you two saved me temporary from small disaster