Good afternoon I have one problem. I have a 120GB SSD R3 disk and I have connected all the way, I turned on the computer with a hard drive and your SSD, but it tells me that my SSD only has 1023MB. Please help me solve this problem. Thanks in advance.
Post a screenshot of Disk Management
SSD is Disk 0
Alright, couple more screenshots, one of the device manager volumes tab, one of the hardware IDs details. The Radeon SSDs have been out of production for a -long- time, did you buy this drive used?
I bought a used ssd. All device fields are empty in the device manager.
Have you tried to Re-partition the SSD and see if it shows the entire amount again using Windows Disk Management?
You also may want to check out your SSD with Seatools for Windows: https://www.seagate.com/support/downloads/
This might indicate if your SSD is defective or not. Since it is not the C:\ you won't need Seatools in DOS to run at boot up.
I would first run Seatools and then see if you can repartition the SSD with the correct amount if it passes Seatools basic tests.
I tried to partition the SSD again, but it again shows the same amount
They do not bugle tomorrow with the Seagate tool and I'm reporting results. I hope to solve the problem.
Another question is, how did the drive get to be RAW format ?
Corrupted master boot record/failed drive/disconnected, unplugged while powered on, etc.... ?
I would try a *diskpart clean* on the ssd and see how it fares...