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Mac won't detect start up disk

I have a macbook pro 15" Retina display late 2013. When I start my MacBook it will show a question mark in a folder. I tried to select the hard drive but nothing is there. sometimes it will let me log in. ill use it and then it will freeze. ill turn it off and restart and it will be the same problem with the question mark folder. Not sure what to do.. I have looked all over the internet trying to figure it out. Please help.

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It could be a bad SSD is this still the original Apple SSD? If not what do you have.


This is the original apple SSD.


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Restart holding down the option key and select the Repair Partition. Then select Disk Utilities and run it.

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