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maximmax42
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SSD stuck in a read only mode after BSOD

HP Recommended
EX900 500GB
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hello. My SSD stopped working properly after a random MEMORY_MANAGEMENT BSOD. Diskpart shows the drive's "current read only status" as true, but the "read only status" as false. Because of that, I cannot login to Windows, run startup recovery, or even just launch cmd.

When running off of an installation flash drive, clearing attributes through diskpart doesn't help, chkdsk doesn't help either. Running wmic diskdrive get status shows drive's status as OK. What can I do?

UPD: 

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UPD2: Varranty check doesn't work for my SSD for some reason, says it can't find S/N I specify.

 

 

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