hdsentinel wrote:So if I understand correctly, the particular ADATA NVMe SSD does not work correctly, eg. the data area can't be properly read/written due to IO errors and/or stored data corrupted/damaged?
Not sure if it may be related to the NVMe controller driver too as it may affect the operation the NVMe SSD... Would be nice to know that too, just to be sure.
Thanks for the response. From what I can tell, the user doesn't see any corrupt data; these seem to be transient communication issues. He's using the Microsoft Standard NVM Express Controller driver, for what it's worth, however, the situation is a bit more complicated as this device is one component of a tiered FuzeDrive virtual disk. The driver guys here tell me that from what they can see in our buffer, these are normal IOs to the tier that are being passed to the NVMe driver via storport, which is returning errors to us.
In one 9-day excerpt of the event log, there are nearly 20,000 disk IO retries. In an earlier 3.5 day sample, there were nearly 50,000. There aren't any NTFS errors during these timeframes. There were thousands of application error events in the 3.5 day sample, but after uninstalling the programs in question, there were only 2 in the newer 9-day sample (which is fairly typical for Windows).
Let me know if there's any more information I can try to gather.