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Versión actual por: Dan ,

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There's only few logical problems in here:
+* Your SSD is corrupted
+* Your SSD has been damaged
-- Your SSD is corrupted
+Best solution here is to try with another drive to boot, or get a new one if you still have warranty on it.
-- Your SSD has been damaged
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-Best solution here is to try with another harddrive to boot, or get a new one if you still have waranty on it.
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-If the harddrive is still detected but won't read, write, boot, repair, etc, then your harddrive is corrupted and can't be used sadly as this is a problem that can't be fixed most of the time.
+If the drive is still detected but won't read, write, boot, repair, etc, then your drive is corrupted and can't be used sadly as this is a problem that can't be fixed most of the time.
If you can, try to at least get important files from that SSD using your other Mac if that's still possible.

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Aporte original por: Lena Fox ,

Texto:

There's only few logical problems in here:

- Your SSD is corrupted

- Your SSD has been damaged

Best solution here is to try with another harddrive to boot, or get a new one if you still have waranty on it.

If the harddrive is still detected but won't read, write, boot, repair, etc, then your harddrive is corrupted and can't be used sadly as this is a problem that can't be fixed most of the time.

If you can, try to at least get important files from that SSD using your other Mac if that's still possible.

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