I was using Intel Smart Response Technology (using SSD for caching HDD). After a sudden power failure, both BIOS screens and Windows boots become very slow. After checking about whats wrong, I realized the SSD had completely disappeared from both the BIOS screen and Windows. I tried to take-out the SSD and plug it in again but it didn't help.
What can I try? Is there a possibility that a SSD can die from a single power failure?
I tried it on another computer but nothing changed. No matter what i do SSd doesn't recognised. I gave it to technical service, they said drive is dead.
Corsair f60 60gb SSD died from a single power failure :(
As a result, i bought a new one. Of course not from Corsair.