So, here we go: The past few days my computer was acting weird. Drivers failing to work, sudden staggering of performance, etc. Today I turn on my computer, used it for about 15 minutes, then went to lunch. Got back about 40 minutes later: Apparently my computer restarted, as it was trying to detect a boot CD during startup. I didn't instruct it to do this, and there was no reason it should have been. Okay that's weird, I restart. Happened again on startup, so I restarted and got to Windows (during a few more restarts later on, it continues to try and use a boot disk. Not sure why.) Suspecting some problems, I go in and start a backup to make sure I'm safer than sorry. Backup goes to about 50%, then fails. Stop backing up, telling me there's no enough room when there clearly is. I run a diskcheck with sector checking on. In the end, I received 10 notifications of fixed sectors, and a handful of reindexed files. Obviously not good. Before diskcheck, it was randomly freezing when in use and it was generally unreliable to work. I unplugged my two other HDDs, and it was still having issues. So it's obviously not them. I'm on it now, and obviously it's working, I just don't know for how much longer. Is this the tell-tale signs of my SSD failing? It's a 7 month old OCZ Vertex, and was working fine up until the last few days. Any other ideas I should try? Thanks. EDIT: I actually just got done with the checkdisk, so I'm going to try and back up again. Also note that I tried running Windows Resource Protection, and that failed around 55%, as well. I'll try to run that again, too.