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    Default Re: Windows 2004 Defragging SSD's

    I hesitate because I might have this wrong too... but I believe when SSD's fail the data is normally still able to be read, but you can no longer write to them.
    At least that's the claim I remember from the early days of SSDs
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    Default Re: Windows 2004 Defragging SSD's

    Quote Originally Posted by dugimodo View Post
    I hesitate because I might have this wrong too... but I believe when SSD's fail the data is normally still able to be read, but you can no longer write to them.
    At least that's the claim I remember from the early days of SSDs
    Not on the M.2 (similar thing) that failed .
    I had quite a few read errors trying to recover the data from it.

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    Default Re: Windows 2004 Defragging SSD's

    Quote Originally Posted by dugimodo View Post
    I hesitate because I might have this wrong too... but I believe when SSD's fail the data is normally still able to be read, but you can no longer write to them.
    At least that's the claim I remember from the early days of SSDs
    You may be thinking of certain Intel SSDs which go into a read-only mode when a certain number of lifetime bytes written is exceeded.
    https://www.intel.com/content/www/us...d-storage.html

    Or at least, are supposed to. However, due to potential firmware bugs or bad design, these may or may not completely brick themselves on a following reboot.
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