I was playing a game on Windows 10 when I got a BSoD telling me "Critical process has died", collecting the info took incredible long so I shut the laptop down via ACPI (waited for nearly 20 minutes before this). After that I tried to restart but the PC just hung on the boot logo so I tried to go into BIOS to change boot-order to be able to launch Kali from a external drive. After waiting 2 minutes after pushing the BIOS key on boot I was actually able to access BIOS and enable boot via DVD. When I booted up Kali I got this:
ata6: COMRESET failed (errno=-16) ata6: link is to slow to respond, please be patient (ready=0)
After displaying this several times it gives me this:
ata6: limiting SATA link speed to 3.0 Gbps ata6: COMRESET failed (errno=-16) ata6: reset failed, giving up
Once booted I've no access at all to the SSD. After some research I found out that it could be either the SSD itself or the motherboard, the problem is that I've still warranty on this laptop so I don't want to open it because that would void it. Is there any way to find out if it's the motherboard or the SSD which is broken? And, is there anyway to get the SSD working even if its only on very limited speed so I could use some live system to mirror the drive without needing to disassemble/voiding the warranty of the laptop?
EDIT When waiting long enough GRUP shows up and trying to boot Windows (Linux is on another drive that works normally) it gives me an error about timing out when trying to read boot files, which means that the SSD still seems to work in some way (?)