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idata
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X25-M 160GB crashing Windows 7 Ult 64 - Please Help

My Intel X25-M 160GB SSD has been working great for a long time. In the last few weeks my PC has been crashing and I've been seeing the windows blue screen of death and my event log is full of errors related to the drive. Also the SSD Toolbox no longer recognizes my drive as a drive it supports. I can load the toolbox but cannot use any of the options

I never run defrag, superfetch is disabled.

If I try to install the intel rapid storage technology drivers I get.

"The program can't start because LZ32.dll is missing from your computer"

If I try to use the http://www.intel.com/support/detect.htm?iid=dc_iduu Intel® Driver Update Utility I get the blue screen of death.

Here are some of the errors from my event logs, there are tons of each of these in a 24 hour period.

Log Name: System

 

Source: Disk

 

Date: 2/27/2011 9:48:32 AM

 

Event ID: 7

 

Task Category: None

 

Level: Error

 

Keywords: Classic

 

User: N/A

 

Computer: Chris-PC

 

Description:

 

The device, \Device\Harddisk0\DR0, has a bad block.

 

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Log Name: System

 

Source: Ntfs

 

Date: 2/27/2011 10:27:46 AM

 

Event ID: 55

 

Task Category: (2)

 

Level: Error

 

Keywords: Classic

 

User: N/A

 

Computer: Chris-PC

 

Description:

 

The file system structure on the disk is corrupt and unusable. Please run the chkdsk utility on the volume Windows 7.

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Log Name: System

 

Source: nvstor64

 

Date: 2/27/2011 9:48:32 AM

 

Event ID: 3

 

Task Category: None

 

Level: Error

 

Keywords: Classic

 

User: N/A

 

Computer: Chris-PC

 

Description:

 

Data error on device.

 

Device: \Device\RaidPort0

 

Model: INTEL SSDSA2M160G2GC

 

Firmware Version: 2CV1

 

Serial Number: CVPO94200216160AGN

 

Port: 0
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idata
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Can you get the SMART value from the drive?

If you can't boot on the drive, can you plug it into another computer to check?

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