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Solid State Hard Drive, Crash Failure...


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i think my solid state hard drive crashed... so i just boot up from a live cd and tried to mount the hard drive and got this error

Message from syslogd@mint at Oct 24 20:28:07 ...
 kernel:[  135.498149] Oops: 0000 [#1] SMP 

Message from syslogd@mint at Oct 24 20:28:07 ...
 kernel:[  135.498151] last sysfs file: /sys/module/crc16/initstate

Message from syslogd@mint at Oct 24 20:28:07 ...
 kernel:[  135.498194] Process mount (pid: 3176, ti=f3562000 task=f656a640 task.ti=f3562000)

Message from syslogd@mint at Oct 24 20:28:07 ...
 kernel:[  135.498195] Stack:

Message from syslogd@mint at Oct 24 20:28:07 ...
 kernel:[  135.498204] Call Trace:

Message from syslogd@mint at Oct 24 20:28:07 ...
 kernel:[  135.498276] Code: 5b 5e 5f 5d c3 55 57 89 c7 56 53 e8 42 d6 12 00 8b 5f 04 83 c9 ff 8b 77 08 8b 2d b4 97 27 c1 eb 12 8b 14 8d f0 9c 3b c1 8b 47 14 <8b> 04 10 99 01 c3 11 d6 41 ba 20 00 00 00 89 e8 e8 aa 48 ff ff 

Message from syslogd@mint at Oct 24 20:28:07 ...
 kernel:[  135.498290] EIP: [<c1140649>] __percpu_counter_sum+0x26/0x50 SS:ESP 0068:f3563d20

Message from syslogd@mint at Oct 24 20:28:07 ...
 kernel:[  135.498292] CR2: 0000000001bee000

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How old is the SSD and was it a windows system or linux system? When they go, the are pretty much unrecoverable compared to conventional drives. There are only so many writes that can be made to an SSD before they no longer work. If its strictly bad data, you can try a chkdsk but I don't expect much success with it. Try mounting it in another system, see if it can be seen(I know that sounds counter productive to just using a live disk and mounting it) but see if it shows up as a drive while logged onto another windows machine. It may say its not formatted, at which point go back to linux. If it can see it and gets errors, then try running a check disk, but only if it had windows installed on it. Check disk is generally a last resort but if nothing is readable on it at all from linux, then you can try a chkdsk. You can also try a force mount as read only under linux if its an NTFS file system. You will get lots of errors, but should be able to pull off important data to backup(some of which will be lost or corrupted all together) and then when done try formatting the drive to reinstall.

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