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hey guys i turned on my computer and it suddenly displayed a message "Reboot and select proper boot device" so i went into bios and my boot order is 1. windows boot manager 2.WDC wd10ealx-009ba0 3. optiarc dvd rw ad-7240s.

if i recall correctly i had my ocz ssd as first boot priortity.

any suggestions?

thanks i have no idea how this occurred and help is much appreciated.
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Ssd crapped out.. Check cable and power source try different sata port.

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hey would it matter if i connected the ssd to a marvell sata 3 port? only coz ive only got 2 sata 3 ports that arnt infected (both of which my hard drives are connected to ) (the rest are sata 2)
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hey guys i changed the ssd from a sata 3 port to the marvell port. upon bootup it was recognised by marvell and i was then asked to enter windows normally or run starup repair which i did. when i select system restore it comes up with an error. do i need to maby update marvell drivers? or should i try just entering windows

im thinking that the ssd may have died is there anyway to detect this?

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hey guys i changed the ssd from a sata 3 port to the marvell port. upon bootup it was recognised by marvell and i was then asked to enter windows normally or run starup repair which i did. when i select system restore it comes up with an error. do i need to maby update marvell drivers? or should i try just entering windows

im thinking that the ssd may have died is there anyway to detect this?

thanks
Plug your SSD into one of the Intel controlled SATA III ports. If it doesn't work, then your SSD might be the problem. Don't use the Marvell ports unless you absolutely need to.

Just to test, you can plug your SSD into one of the ports that your other HDD is plugged into (since you know that port works). Definitely weird that it would be working fine and then suddenly stop - doesn't sound like a mobo issue but potentially an issue with the SSD.

Try the aforementioned things and post back w/ results. Should make it easier to diagnose the problem.
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Plug your SSD into one of the Intel controlled SATA III ports. If it doesn't work, then your SSD might be the problem. Don't use the Marvell ports unless you absolutely need to.

Just to test, you can plug your SSD into one of the ports that your other HDD is plugged into (since you know that port works). Definitely weird that it would be working fine and then suddenly stop - doesn't sound like a mobo issue but potentially an issue with the SSD.

Try the aforementioned things and post back w/ results. Should make it easier to diagnose the problem.
thanks for your input mate but ive tried all possibilities including power cords etc even sata 2 ports and ive come to the conclusion that my ssd is dead as i noticed by the red light on the ssd itself. ive already sent my request for RMA.

im hoping it was a manufacturing issue as i don't want the same problem to occur 6months down the track after i receive my replacement.

also i have one last question. As i purchased an OEM copy of windows 7 which is still installed on the ssd would i be able to reinstall it onto my replacement drive or do i have to ring up Microsoft to explain my situation?

thanks for your time
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You can reinstall it without a problem. You only get deactivated if there are two computers connected to the internet running the same product key. If you sent back your drive as an RMA, it's going to be wiped clean anyways so there's no risk of that happening.
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Hey man I'm having the same problem. Only mine started happening after I flashed the BIOS to 1850. I tried switching to the Marvell SATA ports and it didn't help. I also hav an SSD. Have you made any further progress with this since your first post?
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Mine did the same thing, was an ocz vertex2, bios didn't even find it. Had to rma it, took about two weeks (europe)
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To follow up on my post above, my BIOS still saw my SSD, so i went ahead and reformatted / reinstalled Win7, and it seems to work fine. No clue what happened but I'm not touching that BIOS update function for a while...
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