05-04-2016 06:43 AM - edited 05-04-2016 06:44 AM
When i am touching case by my finger that ticking noise coming from ssd is gone. Or opposite. When i am touching my case by finger ticking noise starting.
What can it be then? Something with my ssd or vibration ( but what vibration , cause ssd have not mechanical parts )?
Noise is like ticking watch. < tick tick tick >
Yes i am sure its coming from ssd because i dont have any fans and hdd installed,only ssd on that part of case. And i put my ears close and its coming exactly from ssd area.
05-05-2016 12:30 AM
Would you be able to record that sound and show it to us?
I mean, in the past I was interested in this and I was able to hear kind of barely audible electronic noise coming from different SSDs from three different producers. Because of that I consider it quite normal and that you could hear some kind of electronic noise coming form SSD from time to time, depending on your sensitiveness and environment noise level.
05-05-2016 01:01 AM - edited 05-05-2016 01:01 AM
Noise is kinda like something is rattle inside of ssd. Its something like that. Rattle noise. Any ideas?
When i am touching case by my finger that ticking/rattle noise coming from ssd is gone. Or opposite. When i am touching my case by finger ticking/rattle noise starting. Noise is a kind rattle noise, something like this, but it is coming from ssd.
05-05-2016 01:46 AM
If you have any doubts you can get in touch with crucial customer service and ask them about that and what they think about the sound.
It would be easier to suggest more if we could hear what you hear.
05-05-2016 08:39 AM - edited 05-05-2016 09:18 AM
Its very weird noise. Its sounds like small rattle noise. And its coming from ssd directly. What can it be? Is that normal ?
And like i said when i put finger to my case noise is gone.
Its sound like this and its coming from ssd:
Any ideas what can it be?
05-05-2016 02:41 PM
SOrry for again, this is not my video but it shows exactly the same situation with my ssd, look:
06-08-2016 12:11 PM - edited 06-08-2016 12:13 PM
My ssd sounds like this occasionally and i dont know why:
Noise sometimes starting itself for 15 second and noise is gone. But when i touch my pc case noise is gone faster.
09-24-2018 07:36 AM
So, all this talk of the ECC corrected errors...
My 1.5 year old MX300 CT275GB SSD drive went mental last week after a windows update. Windows wouldn't boot, Event Viewer in Windows (when I finally managed to get it to boot) had hundreds of errors about 'bad blocks'. I copied all the data I needed and then formatted.
Installed the crucial tools, getting ready for an RMA of the drive within warranty, but when checking the messages within the crucial tools, the 66,000 ECC Hardware Corrected Errors seems AWFULLY high.
My other two SSD drives have 0 errors... so what gives?
Is the drive faulty?
Why on earth would a Windows 10 update cause the drive to fail so badly and require a rebuild?
Any help would be very handy, thanks!