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Windows 7: BSOD continually occurring out of the blue. 0x000000F4

09 Feb 2016   #11
Laith

Windows 10 Professional x64
 
 

There are many good SSD manufacturers, with the best being Samsung. Any Kingston, ADATA, Crucial, Intel SSDs work fine.


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09 Feb 2016   #12
tushix

Windows 7 64bit
 
 

This should be the final post but I will update if there are more developments

Thank you very much Boris for finding that Transcend program for me. After mucking around for a bit I managed to understand what the program was telling me.
  • The data in the SSD is fine
  • The firmware was outdated and updating it seemed to help to computer not crash (no BSOD yet)
  • The program has a feature to indicate the status of the SSD. Mine had a warning symbol.
  • The program shows the "wear level" of an SSD where 100=new and 0= completely worn out
  • My SSD status was at 0 (completely worn out)

I am going to the local shop to purchase a new SSD and transfer my files. IF anyone has any last minute advice for transferring file, that would be great but otherwise I should be fine from here out.

Thank you so so much for the help. You two have been life savers and I really appreciate it!
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