Hello. First of all, thank you very much for such a cool resource and for explaining everything in such an accessible language for a mere mortal. I have this question: in an article devoted to the problem of computer freezing, there is such a phrase: 'In this case (i.e., in the event of a hard drive failure), after freezing Windows, the PC can shutdown itself tightly.'
It seems to me that in my case the computer freezes tightly (the image on the monitor freezes and the mouse cursor also freezes and in general everything hangs tightly and forever, it can only be solved by turning it off from the outlet). But my computer NEVER TURNS OFF AUTONOMOUSLY with this freeze. What do you think, if my computer freezes, SSD failure can take place?
Hello Yaroslav! Thanks for the kind words! As far as your question is concerned, this is quite possible, but a dozen more reasons are also possible. Since in order for an SSD drive to fail to such an extent, you need to try. Unfortunately, the information that you have provided is not enough to voice you any other ways to resolve your issue. Specify your situation, and together we will find a solution to it.
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