I have a litte but strange problem with my new WD SN770.
The “Unsafe Shotdowns” counter does raise every second boot by one.
SMART Data told me i have 28 power cycles and 14 unsafe shutdowns. I did shutdown the PC, next boot “29 power cycles / 14 unsafe shutdowns”. Did shutdown it again, next boot “30 power cycles / 15 unsafe shutdowns”. The unsafe shutdowns counter goes always for “power cycles devided by 2”, now i’m at 34 power cycles / 17 unsafe shutdowns.
I have this 2TB SN770 as primary drive and a 2TB SN570 as secondary, but the SN570 does stay at 0 unsafe shutdowns, like it shoud be …
Before i installed the 2 new SSDs i had 2x 1TB WD SN750 installed and never hat this kind of problem.
Here are some specs from my system:
OS: Win 10 Pro
MB: AsRock B560 Steel Legend
NVMe Driver: Standard MS AHCI Driver
Fast Boot on UEFI and Windows disabled
I know the unsafe shutdown count arnt that important but thats not a normal behavior. If i sometime sell the SSD the new buyer must think i’m too stupid to shutdown a system the right way
Any help would be nice …