I was getting some Blue Screen crashes and suspected my SSD. The manufacturer recommended I upgrade the firmware, which will erase the drive. I did so and re-installed Win 7 and I got another Blue Screen. Can someone who knows about this analyze my mini-dump? The BugCheckCode was 124.
Yes, it had bad sectors, I contacted the manufacturer and they said to upgrade the firmware which I did. No bad sectors reporting initially and then after about a week of use bad sectors started showing
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