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CLEAR! Put your hard drive in reverse back it up just back it up UGH!
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post #12 of 14
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Originally Posted by Jacksworld718 View Post
I thought this was for helping people not American idol for writing post sorry. Ok If the ssd is faulty then why is it happening with my other hard drives that I tried installing windows on???
There's a difference between not helping and not being able to help due to a badly written OP with almost no exact info.

Anyway.

I'd advise installing Win 7 on the SSD alone, without the HDDs plugged in. See if that works, then do the same with the HDDs. Make sure AHCI is on and your HDDs are configured correctly (i.e. raid or w/e).
post #13 of 14
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Tried that still got random freezes I'm just gonna end up buying a new pc any thought on that?? I mostly play hd videos on my tv and photoshop. Plus I convert alot of hd files ????
post #14 of 14
I have a problem very similar to this with windows 7. Doesn't matter what drive I load it onto. Since I don't have any problems with XP or any of my hardware I have been tearing it up trying to find a solution. So far the only thing that has really helped was to make sure SP1 was installed. Did not totally get rid of the problem but did help somewhat. There was also a hot fix from MS that was supposed to be for random freezes. You can look that up and try it. Didn't work for me. If I do find a solution I'll get back to you with it.
Edited by t_russell - 5/26/11 at 8:45am
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