My SSD should be in working order- I have no issues with file integrity in any other context. Random and Sequential read write speeds are nominal for my drive and I have experienced zero file corruption.
That said, I do have approximately half the drive un-allocated after a failed attempt at setting up an Arch Linux install. Due to limitations with the windows partition manager, I can't add all of this space back into my main partition. I set my main partition into dynamic mode in a failed attempt to fix that, and I can't change it back without risking all of my data. While my stuff is backed up, I don't want to spend the day re-configuring all my stuff if I mess up my partition.
TLDR: Do you think my partition being in Dynamic NTFS instead of Basic could cause problems with Zero-K?
Permission wise, I am the primary (only) user of my machine, and the account that I use for daily use has full control over the drive Zero-K is installed on.