no bootable device insert boot disk and press any key ssd

Jul 24, 2019
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Basically ive bought a new ssd for my pc. after few days of using it ive tried installing some games
The pc started unpacking the game and my ssd went to 100% then my desktop background went green and i got the blue screen of death ( i use win 10)
After the pc restarted i got no bootable device .
Is my ssd defective or do all ssds do that when they get stressed.
 

Saga Lout

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Folks will give you better advice if you tell us what is the capacity of that SSD.

Microsoft have finally accepted that Windows 10 will need at least 32GB just to run itself. Unless you keep the disk contents under control, that number could easily double.
 
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