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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-02-2018, 10:19 AM - Thread Starter
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Windows 10 /MyDigitalSSD BPX 80mm (2280) M.2 PCIe Gen3 x4 NVMe SSD Issues

MyDigital NVMe SSD BPX 480
Core i7 6700K
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Windows 10 home

Purchased the BPX 480 and did afresh install of Windows 10 install from my (retail) Windows 10 USB drive last August and it has been flawless up until Wednesday. I used the computer Monday and Tuesday with no issues booting or shutting down. On Wednesday, it booted to “automatic repair” every time. One time I was able to boot to safe mode but could not be repaired from their either. As a side note, my Asus Maximus IX Hero board was having some serious issues. Dead Ethernet as well as others.

Last night I installed a new MSI MSI Z270 MPOWER GAMING TITANIUM motherboard, did a fresh Windows 10 install from my (retail) Windows 10 USB drive and then proceeded to update the bios and install all the motherboard drivers. Which went without any issues.

Everything seemed to be going well as windows started pulling down updates, installing them and rebooting. Then the machine booted to the “automatic repair” and again I could not get it to successfully repair. I even tried having it repair off of the (retail) Windows 10 USB drive which also did not work.

At this time I suspect the NVME SSD is the problem

Any thing else I can look at?

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I really want to say Windows is installing some kind of update that your system doesn't like. I've got the same drive and nearly the same setup (asus z170 pro and 7700k, but was on 6700k before) with no issue though so it could be the drive. When you say tried repairing it what do you mean? Did you try running Windows Restore to try and roll back the updates it installed to see if it'll boot again?

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Startup repair did not work I tried reset(keep my files) and when It repooted it was back to "automatic repair" I am at work now but have a 512GB 960 pro waiting at NewEgg which I will pick up on my way home. I can always return it if not needed.

I have a 2.5in 850 EVO I may plug in and do the install on. If it gets through all the updates without a hitch I will replace the BPX 480 and RMA it. If the same thing happens on the EVO which I highly doubt I will be waving the white flag lol.

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Quick update! Installed a new 512gb Samsung 960 Pro friday night with a fresh installation of Win 10 and the system has been running flawlessly ever since. Got an RMA for the BPX 480 and will most likely sell the replacement drive to offset the cost of the Samsung.

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