SSD Not Initialized and Unable to Initialize, How to Fix

I have 1 M.2 disk (boot disk) , 1 SSD and 1 HDD. I couldn't access a few files on the SSD drive yesterday. The SSD disk no longer appears on the computer after restarting it. It shows up as 'Disk 1 - Unknown - Not initialized' in disk management.

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Roxanne· Answered on Feb 29, 2024

The "Disk 1 Unknown Not Initialized" error message typically occurs when a hard drive or storage device is not recognized by the system. This can happen for various reasons, such as a damaged disk, corrupted file system, improper connection, or faulty disk controller. To help you resolve this problem effectively, I recommend you use EaseUS Partition Master Professional.

With the powerful features of this disk management software, you can automatically initialize HDD/SSD and external hard drives on your computer. In addition, this versatile utility also enables users to recover the lost partition.

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Follow the comprehensive instructions to fix "Disk 1 Unknown Not Initialized" by directly initializing your SSD:

Step 1. Launch EaseUS Partition Master and open the Partition Manager tab.

Step 2. Right-click the not initialized SSD and select "Initialize to MBR" or "Initialize to GPT."

Step 3. Select "Execute Task" and "Apply" to save and apply the changes.

After the process, restart your computer and check the disk status. Explore more practical methods in the helpful guide below:

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