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Mac SSD is not recognized

By Noahvrdi ·
My mac os does not boot up after I replaced the thermal paste.
I have an macbook pro 13" 2014.
Is my ssd broken or could something on my logic bord be broken?
If i install mac os on a external Hard Drive it boots normaly up.
In the recovery mode the ssd is also not shown up.
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SSD corrupted

by engineeringera In reply to Mac SSD is not recognized

I really think that your SSD has been corrupted. It doesn't need to have a virus infect it. Even blunt trauma, heat, etc. can damage the component.
~Engineer.AI

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SSD corrupted

by Noahvrdi In reply to SSD corrupted

Is it possible that something is damaged on the logic board? Or would than an installation with an external hard drive not possible?

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I've recently dealt with a bad SSD

by yuanyasmine In reply to Mac SSD is not recognized

I've recently dealt with a bad SSD and your symptoms are very similar to what I saw. You can't fix it. If you can slave it to get any data off of it, do that. Otherwise it's time for a RMA.

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Changing SSD

by Noahvrdi In reply to I've recently dealt with ...

Do you think if I Replace the SSD it will function?

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Mac SSD is not recognized

by himeay In reply to Mac SSD is not recognized

If your external SSD shows up in Disk Utility but not mounted, you can right-click the drive and select Mount menu and then the SSD will show up on Mac. If the Mount button is grayed out or you fail to mount the external SSD, try running First Aid to verify and repair disk errors

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Mac SSD not recognized

by Noahvrdi In reply to Mac SSD is not recognized

With the external hard drive, the system can be booted with mac os. However, the internal SSD is not recognized by Mac os and the error vdh002 is displayed during system diagnosis

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Mac SSD

by elvisgomes4292 In reply to Mac SSD is not recognized

Usually, you need to buy an additional dock, disk case, or SATA adapter to access an SSD drive. During this process, if the externally connected SSD is not recognized by your Mac, it's likely that the adapter is not compatible with the disk's SATA interface, or the dock/drive caddy is faulty.

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replace

by jensdeferme12 In reply to Mac SSD is not recognized

Replace the SSD

Jens Deferme

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