Still suspecting that 32gb SSD as a cause, can't initialize or anything else. Tried this command from different forum to make it ready to use, but as you can see no luck.
I will kep looking for a way to initialize that SSD, but feels like I've tried everything I could find. Really stuck on this, can usually solve issues or worst case a clean install fixes it, this is a new one for me.
Why did you specify to create an AF partition? You don't need to set an ID on it.
Looking at the teardown, we can see that the SSD is infact soldered to the board.http://www.ifixit.co.../10120/2#s37426
If the diskpart error in fact means the ssd is bad, its a shame it cannot be removed or replaced.
I'm doing some other research and it is possible that the SSD is locked? I know you cleaned it. I would recommend using the Windows 7 install DVD and use the CMD.exe in it to attempt to create a partition on the SSD.
Also, others have had this problem as well it seems.http://forum.noteboo...detected-2.html
Edited by Tripredacus, 12 December 2012 - 10:22 AM.
moved and merged topics