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maybe try updating the firmware, or secure erasing the drive...

I have heard of some fails with the M225, so it might be RMA time...
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How do I secure erase it? When I use a hdd to boot, the ssd only shows up under disk devices but not under storage with no option but uninstall, properties and driver. Won't even let me update driver...

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maybe try updating the firmware, or secure erasing the drive...

I have heard of some fails with the M225, so it might be RMA time...


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ok... maybe you can take a screenshot in Disk Management?

click on the start menu then type create and format
You should see: "Create and format hard disk partitions" click that

OR Right-click my computer and click Manage

Once you have Disk Management Open, take a screenshot by opening the "Snipping Tool" (search for this using start menu as well)

then post the screenshot using either attachments in the Overclock.net or Imageshack hosting...
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