The Egg wrote:Captain Ned wrote:Quick note here, from long experience. Change only one thing at a time.
Solid advice. Too many things at once, and it's hard to know which did the trick.KeepeRcsgo wrote:The ssd is actually not that old. I think It has 5 months of use so If you tell me that the numbers for the disk aren't good I can then change it using the guarantee.
As regard to the Bios, It is updated and I haven't found anything strange. In case I missed something, where specifically should I look in the bios?
If your SSD is a SATA drive, make sure it's set to AHCI rather than IDE, etc. Hard to know every setting in a given BIOS, but just give everything storage-related a once over. Stopping after each item to see if the problem remains, I would do the following:
- Disconnect the secondary drive (and leave it disconnected for now)
- Check all BIOS settings
- Check that the drive is running the latest firmware
- Check that all storage-related drivers for your motherboard are installed and up to date
I think that all storage-related drivers for the motherboard are installed, but just to make sure, in the ASUS page I found some drivers for SATA but it seems they are for RAID and a software called RaidXpert, should I give it a try and install those drivers?