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Old April 7, 2012, 10:06 AM
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I agree , what I would do is unplug al;l the drives that are not used to boot up then boot into your OS and see what happens if all is fine then shutdown and plug in the rest of your drives. My SSD did something similar it gave me some error ( way to fast to read) then rebooted my PC couldn't find the boot drive. in the end it ended up being my SSD died . I don't think that is your problem I think though that like Wilsos says most likely a Cable issue
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