I have a similar issue like in this case:
In my case:
The read scan goes until 75% and then this error message appears.
The data integrity scan ends successfully with 100%
No firmware update required.
Similar for "optimizer", ends with the error message after ~75%.
I had never an issue with the SSD-Toolbox, but with latest update to v3.5.2 it ends always in a Blue Screen! (Windows 10, all updates installed)
I cannot close the program on usual way. If I try to close, the PC slows down until the Blue Screen.
I've checked S.M.A.R.T values with CrystalDiskInfo (v7.0.5) to get a 2nd opinion. Here everything looks OK, see below. Similar good values with AIDA64 Extreme. So, I lost a bit the trust into the newest version of SSD Toolbox. Any hint besides to run low-level format? Would it make sense to try a previous version again?
Thank you, Juan! I have installed version 3.5.3. The read scan was running until 100%, but system slows down again and a Blue Screen before I could close the toolbox.
Now I have de-installed and system is running. I have no more evidence. Maybe it is by accident. The system is >7 years old and I will go for a new system next year ... until then w/o toolbox
Thanks for your feedback. I just ran the same test with a 330 and I was able to reach a full 100% with no problem.
This issue could be related to your PC configuration. You said that is ok for you to not run tollbox because you will be changing your PC in the next year.
If you wish I can do troubleshooting on the issue. I would need to know the model of your motherboard and CPU you are using. Also when you run the toolbox test, are you running applications on the background? What version of Windows are you using?
I will be waiting for your feedback if you want additional troubleshooting on your issue.
Thank you for your offer. Here are my components:
Motherboard Name: Intel Roads End DZ77RE-75K
CPU Typ: QuadCore Intel Core i7-3770, 3400 MHz (34 x 100)
Windows Version: 10.0.17134.1
I've tried the toolbox w/o running applications in parallel.
In background ESET Antivirus, AIDA64 and the cloud services from OneDrive, Dropbox and GoogleSync.
When your system goes to blue screen, does it show any error message?
A test you can do is to run the task manager and check for the CPU and memory usage in the moment of the failure, this will help us know if the issue is related to a hardware error.
Unfortunately your board has been declared end of life for a while now and there are no new updates for the BIOS or the drivers. Here is the link to the latest BIOS in case you don't already have it.
The issue could also be related to Windows 10 not been validated on this board.
I will be waiting for your feedback.