Repairing SSD , broken GPT

by Stefan Novrizal Muhammad   Last Updated August 14, 2019 01:01 AM

I am not a tech-savvy person , but i am also not a tech-blind-person , just your average noob user .

I have this Crucial M4 SSD 128GB i got myself from workplace storage . The admins said i can have it since it is broken and sitting there eating dust . I used MX Linux 18.3 , when i tried to connect it via USB it won't mount , i then run the Disk Manager , it won't show the disk.

When using GSmartControl i found the disk properly . When i used GParted to rewrite the SSD so i can install a Linux inside it , GParted give me "input/output error during read on /dev/sdc" , there's retry , cancel , and ignore button .

Retry : the same message

Cancel : the same message then enter GParted GUI

Ignore : "the backup GPT table is corrupt , but the primary appears OK , so that will be used" , then enter GParted GUI

GParted then read the SSD as 2TiB Unallocated , but when i tried to create new it returns the same error as when i first start GParted , i tried to create partition table like GParted suggested , but it returns the same error . I then tried to google to find out what's the problem , then i found this . But after 12 hours it stills run but don't show any result just outputting Analyze Cylinder : 10435/267348 : 02% . How to fix this ?

My Goal : To make the SSD reusable so i can install a linux on top of it , i don't care if all the data will be lost .

EDIT : i remember the admin said it was used Mac OS X and something like Bootcamp windows or something like that . FYI , i don't have access to Mac .

Tags : linux ssd ntfs gpt hfs+

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