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This what I was getting yesterday, never mind the March date, i ran ssd test yesterday.

and today its

The only thing I did was reset the cmos, took everything apart and rebuilt my comp. Bios is set to AHCI. If you look at the bottom right of screen u can see where its says remove hardware and u see my drives. That was never like that untill today.
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You have a different storage driver, its msahci for the first and mv91xx for the second, I'm just guessing that's the Marvell controller's driver - that's prolly what caused the drop. Have you plugged your SSD back into the same SATA port? I'd go with the Intel controller, it works better than the Marvell one, and also get the IntelRapidStorage driver.
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Went to the Intel site and cant find a specific Intel Driver for the 510.
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Its the driver for the motherboard controller, not the SSD. You'll need to plug the SSD into the Intel SATA3 ports (SATA1, or SATA2 I think, it should be in the manual) and get this driver:

http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Deta...eng&iid=dc_rss

It looks like you plugged into the Marvell controller at the moment (SATA7 and SATA8 I think) which is why its going slower.
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Originally Posted by Darren9 View Post
Its the driver for the motherboard controller, not the SSD. You'll need to plug the SSD into the Intel SATA3 ports (SATA1, or SATA2 I think, it should be in the manual) and get this driver:

http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Deta...eng&iid=dc_rss

It looks like you plugged into the Marvell controller at the moment (SATA7 and SATA8 I think) which is why its going slower.
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post #6 of 7
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+1 for Darren. So SSD is back to normal. 430 Read/210 Write. WD Black is 130 Read/write as storage. But uppon bootup, it now says " No virtual Drives" where as before it had both the SSD and HDD.

But if I hookup the ssd and hdd into the Marvell ports, it recognizes them, but at a slower speed they will run.
Edited by CtrlAltElite - 5/17/11 at 7:27am
post #7 of 7
"No virtual drives" is probably coming from the OptionROM of the Marvell controller. Nothing to be worried about as long as the drives are recognized in windows and you are getting decent speeds.
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