I just finished installing my replacement and making the dual boot OSs work again. Linux was straight forward but Windows was a pain. Used auto repair which tied things to "D:" which I had to undo.
Anyway, as this seems to be all SSD issues I would search google for your drive model and the issue your having.
IE: VendorName ssdModelNumber PCModelNumber IssueDiscription
Or this: OCZ SSD123R45 ASUS ABC123 Random freezing Windows 7
Within minutes I was able to confirm my issues and learned I couldn't repair them myself so called for RMA.
I quick search using the limited information you provided has a lot of hits but the top hit had this to say to another user with your issues and then goes into further detail. "You are likely saddled with an SSD that uses the infamous JMicron JMF602 controller. The fact that it is both a SATA and a USB device is a hint, since the JMF602 is one of the few controllers with USB support build in."Why does my Windows 7 PC / SSD drive keep freezing?
See if this helps or gets you to reach out to your vendor. (Most offer a few years warranty.)