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Im working on some of the laptops at my work installing new ssds to replace the slow hdds that are in them.

I installed the new ssd, installed windows, tried to put the recovery media in so that it would set it to the specs for the laptop. (VW scan tools)
Now, the recovery disc would not function(give error that there is not enough space), so I decided that im going to clone the original hdd.... this is where I am running into problems.
I put the ssd into my caddy to clear it and run the clone... but I cant access the drive. windows explorer doesnt see it, cmd doesnt see it, disc managment CAN see it, but says its offline. I try to start the disc and I get a error cyclic redundancy check.
I put the drive back into the laptop, boots and runs windows perfect.
I put the old hdd into my caddy to see if I can read that one, same error. I put another hdd (one with music on it) into the caddy and it reads it just fine.

So now I have a brand new ssd with windows on it that I cant see or do anything with.
Anyone know of a way to wipe this new drive clean so I can try some other ways to get this thing set up?

Things I have tried.
booting to win7 dvd to delete and format drive (cant get into boot order since laptop doesnt seem to allow that)
running from another computer to format (cant see drive)


Laptop in question is a panasonic cf-52
ssd is a corsair force 90gb
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In Disk Management, click on word "Disk X" (whatever the number is for your disk), and choose Online from the menu.


It may be that the disk's identifier is corrupted in it's firmware. The above should fix that. If not, well, it's a mess to fix. as there may be custom firmware on the disk (for the laptop manufacturer) that matches his OEM Windows.
Edited by billbartuska - 3/7/14 at 10:40pm
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Tried that, doesnt do anything, disk stays offline for some reason.

I may have to call the VW it department and see if they want to give me the bios password so I can actuualy access the boot menu.. or ask why this thing is so locked down when our dealer spent $6,000 on each of them (we have 10 of them)
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Originally Posted by ejohnson View Post

Tried that, doesnt do anything, disk stays offline for some reason.

I may have to call the VW it department and see if they want to give me the bios password so I can actuualy access the boot menu.. or ask why this thing is so locked down when our dealer spent $6,000 on each of them (we have 10 of them)
Well, it worked for me.

But first I had to change the disk identifier.

{XX7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C} I just changed the 1 to a 2
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