As per our translation application, we understand the "Unsafe Shutdown" attribute of your Intel® SSD 520 Series is being increased everytime your computer goes into sleep mode. This does not increase when you restart your system.
Please keep in mind that this is an "event count" attribute. This number increases whenever your drive is powered down without receiving the "STANDBY IMMEDIATE" command first. While this is not ideal and could potentially result in data corruption, it should not affect the overall health of your drive.
In order to better assist you, we would like to have some more information:
1. Is your SSD being used as the boot drive, or a storage unit?
2. Is your SSD connectd directly to your system via SATA, or through a SATA to USB adapter?
3. Is the SATA mode in your BIOS set to IDE, RAID, or AHCI?
4. Using the https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/26574/Intel-Solid-State-Drive-Toolbox Intel® SSD Toolbox, please select the "export" option and share the resulting log file with us by switching to the "advanced editor" while replying.
We look forward to hearing back from you.
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Thank you for this information.
Please keep in mind that the Unsafe Shutdown Count measures events that happen to your drive, not because of your drive.
In this case our main recommendation will be to make sure that your laptop is using the latest BIOS version available from your computer manufacturer. You can also make sure that your SSD is using the latest firmware version available.
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Aside from this, your SSD looks to be in perfect health.