One of my SSDs that holds my MacOS install on my PC has seemingly failed without warning. It was 4 years old (just over the 3 year warranty, well played SanDisk...). It now doesn't appear in Windows on the same machine or even in BIOS, but it does appear in EaseUS backup software (https://imgur.com/a/kEbuYVG). This happened once before a few weeks ago but after power cycling and re-plugging the SATA/power cables it came back to life. This time, no such luck. I should've sensed the impending doom then.... I've obviously tried different SATA cables, different SATA ports and different power plugs - no luck with any of them. I'm not hugely worried about recovering my data as I store all my important documents/media on a different drive (laughably a mechanical HDD that is like 5+ years older than this failed SSD!!) but I would like to try and get access to one or two files I was working on at the time of failure, if possible. Is there anything else I can try to access the drive? I heard somebody talk about 'power cycling' it without the SATA cable plugged in but this doesn't seem to have worked yet.... Any ideas how to mount it??