What SSD do you have?
You're probably going to have to secure wipe it and install windows again. SSDs hate loosing power, I has the same think happen when I had to force windows to shut down which is why I keep disk images of my drives so I only had to restore from my drive image.
Thanks for your reply. However my main concern is not the data on my ssd, but rather that I fried something inside my computer. Normally when I turn it on it won't even boot into the bios, just sit at a black screen with no response from the monitor. However, I did turn the computer on and left it at the black screen for around 5 minutes, where it finally booted into the bios. Would you have any idea why the boot up is taking so long, or how to fix it?