Bought one of these (60GB) last Jan and it had to be RMA'd by May; it kept crashing and rebooting.
Received the replacement and everything was fine until yesterday!
Was using the PC last night, didn't load anything or change anything, turned it off, came back 10 minutes later, turned it back on and got a 'please select proper boot device' error message.
Checked BIOS boot priority, nothing had changed, SSD was still main boot device. Tried re-booting, same problem.
Checked all leads to mobo, even tried different ports on mobo for SSD, no joy.
Unplugged all peripheral boot devices (USB etc), disabled all boot devices in BIOS other than SSD, same problem persists.
Tried recovery disk to fix any boot/start up issues....still wouldn't boot out normally.
Managed to boot in safemode, drive seemed ok, could access all data, windws checks said it was operating ok....managed to roll back to a previous restore point and it rebooted normally this time but then crashed after about 10 mins.
Rebooted normally and tried to install/run OCZ toolbox thinking maybe a firmware update was needed....PC restarted itself after a few minutes and then back to the 'select proper boot device' message so no chance to update firmware.
Tried hooking it up to my latop today to run OCZ toolbox but the toolbox wouldn't recognise the drive, even though my latop did.
After about 10 mins my laptop no longer recognised it! Noticed orangey red LED light on side of SSD....it's normally green.
Power off/on will let me access SSD for another 10 mins or so before it locks up again.
Have managed to quick format the SSD with a view to reinstalling OS but still keeps locking itself after a few mins.
Have managed to get Windows diagnostic to check the drive and it says it's ok as does SSD Life.
Won't stay on long enough for me to scan it for malware/viruses nor will it stay on long enough for me to run HD tune
Any ideas?!? (other than buying a replacement!!!)