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Crucial MX300 m2 Dead

July 5th, 2018, 18:14

Trying to recover data off a Crucial MX300 m2 CT1050MX300SSD4 SSD. This drive was part of a RAID 0 volume with another matching MX300 drive which is OK and has been imaged. Drive does not identify itself or respond to SMART diagnostics.

Does anyone have guidance on test points to check or common failures on these models. Since I do have another matching functional drive it gives me options as far as testing and comparison.

Here are some photos
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Re: Crucial MX300 m2 Dead

July 6th, 2018, 18:19

I can't see the part markings, plus there appear to be additional power components under the sticker.

Re: Crucial MX300 m2 Dead

July 8th, 2018, 18:44

Better photos:



88SS1074-BSW2 rev B1 controller, Marvell

EDF8116A3MA-DD-F, Micron, SDRAM, 8Gbit, LPDDR3, 1333MHz, x16:

similar SDRAM ???

MT29F3T08EUHBBM4-3R:B, Micron, NAND flash, 3Tbit (384G x 8), 333MHz, FBGA code = NW849:

MT29F6T08ETHBBM5-3R:B, Micron, NAND flash, 6Tbit (768G x 8), 333MHz, FBGA code = NW854:

MSP430G2353, Texas Instruments, MSP430G2x53 Mixed Signal Microcontroller, QFN-32, 1.8V - 3.6V, 16-bit RISC, Standby Mode: 0.5uA:

TLV62084, Texas Instruments, marking SLO, 2A High Efficient Step Down Converter, 2x2mm WSON, 8-pin, 2.7 - 6V Input:

N25Q032A, Micron, 32Mbit, SPI serial flash memory, 8-pin, 2.7 - 3.6V, quad IO:

MP5505, Monolithic Power Systems, 7V, 4A, High-Efficiency Energy Storage & Management Unit, 2.7V - 7V in, marking MPxx + 5505, QFN20L:

2H=x --> Richtek 4-pin voltage/reset supervisor ???


N7 --> 6-pin supervisor ???

14-pin TI part under sticker --> Power Rail Controller ???
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