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Re: ssd firmware and power cycles etc

On 17 March 2016 at 20:33, Eliezer Croitoru <eliezer@ngtech.co.il> wrote:
Hey Michael,

It depends if you believe in the voodoo.

​The incantation is here:

and there are discussions like this one as well:

I will try this a bit and if it doesn't work then I will accept that all my cheap and nasty pen drives work fine and are bootable but the fancy new SSD is dead.......

I will stick with hard drives.



In general once a SSD drive actually fails there is not much you can do as long as you don't know what the chip does exactly.
If you have important data on it then in most cases the suggestion is to have a HDD as a backup device so you won't need to find out what happens IF..


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