PSID is used to issue an Opal* Revert, and then a secure erase. Normally, this is done primarily to disable Opal* encryption.
For this command to work, or be needed, your drive should be in an Opal Active state, not just Opal Ready. (https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/solid-state-drives/ssd-pro-2500-series-opal-enabling-video.h... How to check the status of Opal* using the Intel® SSD Pro Administrator Tool, ~1:30)
For a secure erase while your drive isn't encrypted we can recommend using the following command: SSDProAdminTool secure_erase -intelssd [index, "1" in your case]
Please let us know if this helps.
That's odd. You may have better luck with diskpart instead:
1. Open Command Prompt (administrator)
3. List Disk (identify your PRO 6000p)
4. Select Disk [index]
5. Clean All
The downside is, diskpart has no progress bar. But at the end, the result is the same.