Is this a typo or something or am I doing something wrong? [ 2.761669] ata1: SATA max UDMA/133 abar [email protected] port 0xf2528100 irq 44 [ 8.118202] ata1: link is slow to respond, please be patient (ready=0) [ 12.764701] ata1: COMRESET failed (errno=-16) [ 13.084612] ata1: SATA link up 3.0 Gbps (SStatus 123 SControl 300) After some googling, I came to conclusion it is bug in SSD firmware and looked for update.A Solid State Drive (SSD) has many advantages over a traditionally spinning hard drives with moving parts.It’s faster, sleeker, lasts longer and generally is easier to maintain. There might be one little thing, however, that some owners may neglect. Since Windows 10 has been launched, a number of manufacturers have rolled out updates to their SSD firmware’s.I found one link on lenovo site and couple links in threads here on forum but they no longer works.
To setup an Intel RST RAID drive, in UEFI one must change the SATA controller to RAID, then enter Intel's pre-OS RST mangement area One of these disks has a firmware update available which was given the highest update classification by the manufacturer: Important These firmware updates address critical bugs which improve the reliability and performance of your SSD.Release notes documented some fixes to slow boot, what seemed to be related.The only issue was that the firmware update is available only as ISO image.I mean my theory of booting into Linux should work, but I have never done something like this so hey… One option is to boot into Linux using a live disc, and then run the firmware updater for Linux from there.The following is an example process of how to do this in Windows using free software. yours had the answer all along so I probably owe you a bounty!