I mentioned in another thread a number of weeks ago that the Anniversary Update seemed to brick one of my laptops, a Dell XPS12 that's by all measures a very nice laptop. I'd like to keep using it. But, it's ultimately not our primary computer, so it sat on the closet shelf until tonight. I made a Windows 10 Recovery USB Drive from our Windows 10 desktop, and booted to that on the laptop. I used these instructions to view the partitions on the drive. I was afraid the drive was toast. And maybe it still is. It's a Crucial M500 240GB mSATA SSD. The list disk command reports the drive as 125 GB in size. But, it does see the disk and it does list the status as "Online". So it seems to see at least some of it. When I select it and list the volumes, I see only a 32 GB recovery partition. Huh? I'm baffled. Is it possible for just PART of an SSD to go dead? I was hoping to simply repair Windows' boot sector, but it seems as if that volume is really gone. Could Anniversary Update have done this...or just a freak coincidence? I'm downloading Ubuntu right now to make a bootable stick out of it so I can boot that and see if I can view the contents of the SSD. But, it doesn't look good at this point, does it?