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i feel you man, im 21 in the sunshine state too only im going to saint pete college atm planning to transfer to usf. you're at ucf if i dont recall correct?
anyways, thanks for the help! cheers! thumb.gif
I'm at FAU. IDK, It really doesn't seem worth it to me. It is all a bunch of BS. Life it BS, I think i'm done.
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Actually Clonezilla would be a more efficient way of coping it to get an exact copy.
didnt see your post lol. anyways, so this will give me a 100% copy?
It should a lot of people rave about it.
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Oh, oh, I installed Win 7 x64 on my SSD, then was distracted for a moment while making a post to this thread, and Windows Update went ahead and started on step #8 of "Now It's Time for The System Setup!" even though I had not done steps 1-7. So I had several updates applied before I started with step #1, and step #5 (where I plug in the HDD). I hope this won't be a problem, so I am proceeding. Things seem to be working ok.

Will I be ok? Or time for a fresh install? If Sean has done it 100+ times, I guess I could start again!

Speaking of a fresh install, I have my SSD and HDD set on AHCI right now. If I decide later I want to install two more disks and put them in RAID, will I need to reinstall, or can I turn on RAID at that point? Maybe should have put all disks into RAID in the bios before the install?

Another question: for power options (step #9), I went to "advanced power settings" and set sleep to "never," but the "Put the computer to sleep:" still says 5 hours -- is that correct? Also, if the computer never sleeps, isn't my HDD going to keep spinning all the time? questionmark.gif

btw, Sean, in the "Before you begin:" section, it says "Make sure you have all you data backed up"
Edited by Dai uy B - 1/23/12 at 2:08pm
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I'm at FAU. IDK, It really doesn't seem worth it to me. It is all a bunch of BS. Life it BS, I think i'm done.
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Actually Clonezilla would be a more efficient way of coping it to get an exact copy.
didnt see your post lol. anyways, so this will give me a 100% copy?
It should a lot of people rave about it.


Don't make me come down there just to smack some sense into you, mister.

You could always end up in my situation, then your allowed to moan and groan about how difficult life is wink.gif.

<----so jelly that you're in college. and single.

(Do you know how many hot people of the opposite sex are located IN college? Especially hot nerds/geeks? Evil Stare x 100)
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Oh, oh, I installed Win 7 x64 on my SSD, then was distracted for a moment while making a post to this thread, and Windows Update went ahead and started on step #8 of "Now It's Time for The System Setup!" even though I had not done steps 1-7. So I had several updates applied before I started with step #1, and step #5 (where I plug in the HDD). I hope this won't be a problem, so I am proceeding. Things seem to be working ok.
Will I be ok? Or time for a fresh install? If Sean has done it 100+ times, I guess I could start again!
Speaking of a fresh install, I have my SSD and HDD set on AHCI right now. If I decide later I want to install two more disks and put them in RAID, will I need to reinstall, or can I turn on RAID at that point? Maybe should have put all disks into RAID in the bios before the install?
Another question: for power options (step #9), I went to "advanced power settings" and set sleep to "never," but the "Put the computer to sleep:" still says 5 hours -- is that correct? Also, if the computer never sleeps, isn't my HDD going to keep spinning all the time? questionmark.gif
btw, Sean, in the "Before you begin:" section, it says "Make sure you have all you data backed up"

You should be fine with the system updates, although I have no idea about the RAID set-up. It's been talked about somewhere in this thread, I'm sure if you searched you could find it!
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i feel you man, im 21 in the sunshine state too only im going to saint pete college atm planning to transfer to usf. you're at ucf if i dont recall correct?
anyways, thanks for the help! cheers! thumb.gif
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Actually Clonezilla would be a more efficient way of coping it to get an exact copy.
didnt see your post lol. anyways, so this will give me a 100% copy?

Yes, I've used it before to upgrade HDDs w/out having to reinstall. Basically, I used Clonezilla to copy the drive (a 150GB to a 500GB) and then after it was cloaned and booted up, I used another piece of software to expand the drive (sorry, I don't remember what partintioning program I used). Hope this helps.
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Oh, oh, I installed Win 7 x64 on my SSD, then was distracted for a moment while making a post to this thread, and Windows Update went ahead and started on step #8 of "Now It's Time for The System Setup!" even though I had not done steps 1-7. So I had several updates applied before I started with step #1, and step #5 (where I plug in the HDD). I hope this won't be a problem, so I am proceeding. Things seem to be working ok.

Will I be ok? Or time for a fresh install? If Sean has done it 100+ times, I guess I could start again!
Your fine
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Speaking of a fresh install, I have my SSD and HDD set on AHCI right now. If I decide later I want to install two more disks and put them in RAID, will I need to reinstall, or can I turn on RAID at that point? Maybe should have put all disks into RAID in the bios before the install?
If you need to enable RAID mode i have steps in the third post saying how to change your SATA mode to RAID.
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Another question: for power options (step #9), I went to "advanced power settings" and set sleep to "never," but the "Put the computer to sleep:" still says 5 hours -- is that correct? Also, if the computer never sleeps, isn't my HDD going to keep spinning all the time? questionmark.gif

btw, Sean, in the "Before you begin:" section, it says "Make sure you have all you data backed up"
Watch the video on that one and do exactly as it says, or just for get about it. As long as teh power mode is high performance your good.
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Sorry if this was already answered, I've tried to search the thread but not sure how to search this question... (and 179 pages is way too much to read every page)

1) "Disconnect all the drives but the one you are installing to, this avoids having the MSR partition placed on a secondary drive."
How important is this... ie: how much does this affect performance?

2) If I install windows7 on my new SSD with the other drives disconnected, at what point can I reconnect my other HDD's?

3) the "immediately after installing windows" section, if my system is installed on the SSD, but I will in fact still be adding secondary HDD's, do I still do the parts labelled "SSD Only"?

THANKS!! smile.gif
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Sorry if this was already answered, I've tried to search the thread but not sure how to search this question... (and 179 pages is way too much to read every page)
1) "Disconnect all the drives but the one you are installing to, this avoids having the MSR partition placed on a secondary drive."
How important is this... ie: how much does this affect performance?
Just do it. If you take out the drive in your system that gets the MSR put on it and it isn't the boot drive your system will not boot.
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2) If I install windows7 on my new SSD with the other drives disconnected, at what point can I reconnect my other HDD's?
step 5
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3) the "immediately after installing windows" section, if my system is installed on the SSD, but I will in fact still be adding secondary HDD's, do I still do the parts labelled "SSD Only"?
yes
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Could be... anything is possible. The 0x109 is caused by data corruption.. usually points to memory, but can also often be caused by a driver... but could be any driver not necessarily the SATA driver. I probably wouldn't worry about it unless it happens again. A quick question though... You do have advanced power management set to never power down the HDD (actually your SSD)? Specifically the setting for: "Turn Off Hard Disk After". It should be set to "Never". I ask, because you said it happened while you were away from the computer (sleeping). You can get this error if the SSD is powered down, and doesn't respond to a "power up" instruction from the OS fast enough.
Regarding your question about the newer driver being listed on the Intel site, but not at the ASUS or GIGABYTE site... Intel will always have the newest drivers first.. They develop them... the motherboard manufacturers will usually post the newer drivers... well... when they get to it.
If you do see the BSOD again, as the tech on the other site suggested, remove the newer driver, and reinstall the old to see if the problem goes away. Just like graphic drivers, the newest isn't always the best for your system. They are supposed to be, but it is impossible to test new drivers under every scenario/motherboard/hardware configuration, so sometimes they can be buggy under certain conditions. I'm not implying that there is a definate problem with the enterprise drivers... but you never know.
Any time you have any RAID array on your system, the selection for SATA mode must be set for RAID. This does not create any problem for drives that are not part of your ARRAY. The RAID drivers (both Intel and AMD) also contain the AHCI drivers that are used for any drive that is not part of the ARRAY. In a nutshell, your 3 - 500GB Blues are using the RAID driver, and your SSD is using the AHCI driver even though your driver "mode" is set to RAID.
I'm not sure what you mean when you say windows doesn't detect your SSD as an SSD. Which version of Windows?

I'm using windows 7 64 bit, and no programs i use seem to detect my vertex 2 as an SSD, and by default defragmentation is enabled for the drive when i gave it a fresh install a while back. I've tried a couple configurations, actually. I don't believe i've had problems with speed, but it's the little things that seem to bug me. The firmware updater for the drive also doesn't detect it, so i use this linux ISO built by someone from the OCZ community to update the firmware, and it works flawlessly.
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Oh, nevermind, i went to the defrag schedule and noticed it wasn't listed among the other partitions of my RAID array! biggrin.gif I'm slow.
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