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    Yes that could confuse disk checking programs as to where is what on disk. There's something similar with HDDs to, physical and logical partitioning is not same. If you remember, in old BIOSes, you could change some parameters to suit different OSes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CountMike View Post
    Easus PM shows only one bad sector and that's very first one but it wouldn't BOOT if that was true, would it ?
    I wouldn't think so either, hmmm, that's a tough one. Have you ran trim then check disk?
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    Just downloaded on to desktop and new laptop with two SSDs; very nice updates/upgrades on this free version--much more capable than ver 5. I just took my second image of the laptop's OS SSD with absolutely no problemos... I/O Performance blows my desktop away: Read 1.3 Gb/s - Write 824.6 Mb/s -- that's from the OS SSD to a backup SSD also installed in the laptop.
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    New Features in v6 Free:

    • Differential Images

      Differential Images for faster backups and reduced storage space.
    • Auto verification

      Automatically verify images after creation to ensure integrity.
    • Pre-defined backup plan templates

      Macrium Reflect backup templates allow for quick creation of scheduled backups.
    • Windows PE rescue environment improvements

      • If additional drivers are required for disk or network access, they are now automatically identified and if possible copied from the host operating system.
      • You can now add a boot menu so you can easily restore a system image without inserting rescue media.
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  5. #65


    Quote Originally Posted by Cliff S View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by CountMike View Post
    Easus PM shows only one bad sector and that's very first one but it wouldn't BOOT if that was true, would it ?
    I wouldn't think so either, hmmm, that's a tough one. Have you ran trim then check disk?
    Run many tests, file system is clear, no problems during any work or at BOOT time. SMART doesn't show any problems either, it's all 100%. All I can think of is some software bad sectors. On HDDs there are few tools that can solve problem like that but not sure what they would do to SSD, being that it works different way. All I can think of is to run safe erase by writing zeroes and repartition and format again. I'm not sure I'll get RMA because SMART is all perfect.
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    On this disk you might have to go with the Refresh Windows 8 - Create and Use Custom Recovery Image option to keep your programs, and recover, but that uses space on the disk. And it's useless when you want to copy your image to another disk, or your system get's infected. Have you tried windows own System Image?
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    Macrium Reflect v6.1

    How to create UEFI Boot Mode (and Secure Boot) compatible rescue media on a USB flash drive.

    Format your USB flash drive. Note: You need to choose the FAT32 file system (see screenshot below).

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    Hey Mike one more option just came to mind(or have you already tried it?).
    Try making an image using the recovery USB. Maybe when Windows is offline it might succeed.
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  9. #69


    Quote Originally Posted by Cliff S View Post
    Hey Mike one more option just came to mind(or have you already tried it?).
    Try making an image using the recovery USB. Maybe when Windows is offline it might succeed.
    I tried from W10 on another SSD, same thing happened. Must be some real IO error. Going to do some file/program shuffling and bite the bullet with safety erase, writing zeroes few times and get now month and a half backup on it.
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    Oh well the safety erase'll make it like "new" at least, then you'll know if you have to return it or not.

    I remember how, on another thread a few months ago, how you were anticipating getting the new SSD. It would be a shame if it's defective, but when building things in the nano range like NAND cells, it can happen.
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