15-11-202312:05 AM - last edited 15-11-202302:12 AM
Recently upgraded the SSD in my laptop (Asus Zenbook Pro Duo 14 (13th Gen) UX8402VV) with a 990 PRO 4TB. All's working well, speeds seem fine and all. However, whenever I run "Classify Files" in Samsung Magician, it reports a wildly incorrect dataset. Take a look:
Speaking with Samsung support was sadly not fruitful, as driver installations and even a Windows reset was unable to fix the issue. The drive works fine, and since I did reinstall Magician a few times with no luck, I think the issue is the software, but theres no way to know. I'm tempted to return the SSD, but I want to see if I can try some other options first as that will be a bit of a pain to do haha.
While I certainly would love to have over 16,777,215.9TB of storage to play with (might last me more then a year!), I'm 95% certain that reading is wilding incorrect. (Just a hunch!)
Everything like Windows, drivers, firmware, and software is up to date.
Does anyone else have this issue? If so, has anyone found a fix?
EDIT: I would like to mention that I have done several restarts and a full windows reset. Only thing I havent done is a SSD swap, but that is my last resort.