04-05-2018 07:07 PM
This error represents a transmission error and is usually caused by a cable issue with a loose connection, poor/defective cable or improper shielding, but it could also be due to a faulty motherboard SATA controller or the controller on the SSD. Reseat the SATA cable on both ends if possible. If not try another cable.
See Attribute#199 here.
See targetbsp & squall_leonharts answers here.
04-05-2018 11:18 PM
An ultra DMA error count is a cabling fault. It means that data that left the drive was altered before it reached your sata controller. Try reseating your sata cable.