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Activating hotplug now

EDIT: Lol completely forgot I'm not using the troubled computer right now and activated it anyways, and I disabled LPM but it didn't help my Read/Write speeds on my system at all, but that's another story anyhow...

I will try enabling Hotplug and Disabling LPM tomorrow and display result here
Edited by Fateful_Ikkou - 7/22/11 at 5:59pm
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Let us know how it goes...
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Sorry about the big delay in response but I wasn't able to post for awhile.

I tried disabling LPM and enabling Hotplug and it seemed to fix the problem for awhile but now windows keeps locking up and kicking me back to the bios screen as if I restarted my system. This seems to happen once every hour or so...not as bad as freezing up every 15 seconds but still very alarming

If anyone else has any Ideas Im open to them Ty for the help
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I know it's been awhile since I posted here but I need to know if disabling the page file would fix my problem or not?
post #15 of 22
No, moving the page file will not help.

Try this for me. Clear your cmos by removing the battery or moving the jumper on the motherboard for 10 or so minutes. Also make sure your on the latest firmware.

Reboot. Run windows experience index. Reboot and test the system.
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I know it's been awhile since I posted here but I need to know if disabling the page file would fix my problem or not?
No.

I would try for a RMA.

IIRC this drive has a Sandforce controller and OCZ has had a lot of posts on their forums about their issues with that controller.
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post #17 of 22
It's always worth checking out if theres new firmware for your SSD, at least thats what SandForce is saying for lock ups with the 2000 Family controllers.

Also if you goto the SSD info thread in my signature there is the LPM fix for IRST drivers.
post #18 of 22
Definitely see if there is new firmware and drivers and any updates for the bios. Also I had and issue similar on boot up and shut down my system would hang for a min of so. I found out that its was b/c I had an external hdd plugged in. So if you have anything plugged in unplug it and try.
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O_o? The Corsair Firmware Utility can't recognize my Drive. I'm guessing this isn't good?
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O_o? The Corsair Firmware Utility can't recognize my Drive. I'm guessing this isn't good?
Is the utility run though the OS or before it like a bootable iso cd? If it is a bootable iso then make sure your bios is set to IDE instead of AHCI. Also make sure your ssd is in sata port one or two. That should get the utility to work properly. Once your done flashing to the new firmware then set everything up back to normal.
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