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post #11 of 13
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Originally Posted by xxpinoyxx View Post
I hate you mcg75.

FOR SOME ODD REASON everytime I post something positive about the Force 3 and then mcg75 posts some negative... MY DRIVE CRASHES.

I SWEAR, EVERY TIME I READ MCG75'S POST MY DRIVE CRASHES.

I hate you.
Sandforce is a ticking timebomb.

Never know when it's gonna fail on you.
post #12 of 13
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Originally Posted by Kand View Post
Sandforce is a ticking timebomb.

Never know when it's gonna fail on you.
A week and a half of being stable, then posting something positive in a thread last week, seeing mcg75 put down the F3 in that same thread, experiencing my first crash.

A couple days later in another thread the same thing. Post, mcg75 replies, I crash.

Fast forward to today, rinse and repeat.

Coincidence? I think not!
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post #13 of 13
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Originally Posted by xxpinoyxx View Post
A week and a half of being stable, then posting something positive in a thread last week, seeing mcg75 put down the F3 in that same thread, experiencing my first crash.

A couple days later in another thread the same thing. Post, mcg75 replies, I crash.

Fast forward to today, rinse and repeat.

Coincidence? I think not!
Sorry about that man. I didn't do it on purpose.

Tell you what though, clear your cmos with the motherboard jumper or take the battery out. Do it for 30 mins. Start it up again, run windows and run the windows experience index tool. That has helped some people who were getting bsod after a firmware update.
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