SSD on USB 3.0 doesnt always mount
|March 27, 2012||Posted by forumadmin under TechQns||
The SSD I use is apparently slightly damaged. At the moment it shows this popular Corsair Series 3 problem. Symptoms: the disk is working for some minutes and then just suddenly stops. Two months ago it worked like a charm. This was my boot device in these days.
So now I still need to copy some data out of the device which leads me to my question.
Usually the SSD is working again for some minutes, when i unplug and replug its power. It gets detected by the system again and I can continue my backup.
The problem on Ubuntu is, that it is not recognized again after two or three replugs. I have to reboot to bring it back.
To specify this situation: when I unplug and replug my USB mouse before I reboot it is not recognized as well. So something seems to be wrong with the system also.
my question: how do I fix this rebooting issue?
I will post all the logs you need to analyse.
The problem doesn’t depend on the interface. I tried USB3.0, 2.0 and SATA already.
Ubuntu 11.10, Gigabyte G41MT-S2P, Intel E6750 Corsair Force Series 2 - F120, Digitus USB 3.0 Adapter, USB 3.0 interface card
|Asked By – juergen||Read Answers|