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Re: Detection error on SSD (M.2) - X1 Yoga

2016-06-12, 9:12 AM

Thank you for the info. 

They are going to replace my SM951 with a new one. Let's hope the new will be error free and not die suddenly after a couple of months like this time. 

However, I need to wait a few days because my Yoga had one more problem! The windows security button wasn't working and instead of it I had to push the edge of the frame!

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Re: Detection error on SSD (M.2) - X1 Yoga

2017-02-17, 17:44 PM

I have a Lenovo X1 yoga with a 256 gb hardrive that has had its SSD replaced already for this problem, and now it's facing this problem again. It been doing this for a month at least, but after updating using the Lenovo companion app, it did it less. But then last night, it hit a absolute wall. It's been constantly rebooting, blue screening, rebooting and blue screening (luckily there was a brief lull for me to back up the hard drive to my external hard drive). Is there a definitive fix for this?

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Re: Detection error on SSD (M.2) - X1 Yoga

2018-01-22, 20:47 PM

We are also experiencing this issue with the X1 Yoga models (Type 20FR). In our environment, every one of the X1 Yogas to exhibit this problem contain a LITEON L8H-256V2G (256GB) M.2 SSD.

 

Symptoms:

1. Windows Error: The instruction at (x) referenced memory at (y). The required data was not placed into memory because of an I/O error status of 0xc000000e.

 

2. BSOD (a): KERNEL_DATA_INPAGE_ERROR (BugCheck 0x7A), Argument2: 0xC000000E (STATUS_NO_SUCH_DEVICE)

* No minidump file is written to disk despite Windows being set to do so.

 

3. BSOD (b): CRITICAL_OBJECT_TERMINATION (BugCheck 0xF4), ERROR_CODE: 0xc000000e - A device which does not exist was specified.

* No minidump file is written to disk despite Windows being set to do so.

 

4. POST Error: 2101: Detection error on SSD (M.2)

 

5. SSD suddently vanishes mid-stream during imaging (While in WinPE). Files are being copied to the drive one second, then suddently the file copy fails and DISKPART now reports "No Fixed Disks Present". IT WAS JUST THERE!

 

The SSD passes the onboard diagnostic tests, as well as a few other tests we thrown at them (CHKDSK, CrystalDisk, SeaTools) but I have a hard time believing this is not related to the SSD considering the above errors. We've tried applying the latest BIOSes and the latest SSD firmware available (from Lenovo downloads) - nothing seems to help! Lenovo, whats the deal here???

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Re: Detection error on SSD (M.2) - X1 Yoga

2018-07-09, 19:28 PM

Did you ever get this issue resolved? I am experiencing everything you did to a T. Would be extremely helpful to get an update with what happened after you left off in this forum. Saves me all the hassle of dealing with CS that has no idea what to do...

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Re: Detection error on SSD (M.2) - X1 Yoga

2018-07-09, 19:37 PM

It took a while, but we finally got some traction working with the Lenovo Crit Sit team to get this resolved. Solution was to replace the LITEON SSDs where we encountered this issue, with a Non-LITEON brand SSD (SanDisk, Samsung, etc). So far we've seen no further occurrences with the Non-LITEON brand drives.

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Re: Detection error on SSD (M.2) - X1 Yoga

2018-07-09, 19:41 PM
Not following your response. Everyone here was having problems with a Samsung SSD installed. According to you Non-LITEON brand SSD corrected the issue and Samsung are Non-LITEON??
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Re: Detection error on SSD (M.2) - X1 Yoga

2018-07-09, 19:43 PM
But I'm not having the problems or errors you have. My issues follow the posts before yours. Like the original poster or SoMeResearcher
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Re: Detection error on SSD (M.2) - X1 Yoga

2018-07-09, 19:48 PM

Correct - We only experienced the issue at Thinkpad X1 Yoga laptops with a LITEON drive inside. Our Yogas with Samsung and SanDisk drives did not exhibit the issue. So thats what Lenovo has been providing us, to replace the LITEON drives that exhibit the "disappearing disk" issue.

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