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Sean....

I think you should make the verbiage below bigger so that people do not overlook it...
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*****If you did the step above do not do the Alignment guide below. If you didn't do it, start from here.******
   
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Originally Posted by Canis-X;15560380 
Sean....

I think you should make the verbiage below bigger so that people do not overlook it...

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Originally Posted by Sean Webster;15557356 
Check the last steps of the guide, I have them to be disabled now wink.gif



Thanks for your input, I will try this when I get home! smile.gif
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Originally Posted by Sean Webster;15558438 
OMG!!! Guys I got it to start the install!!!

I am currently doing it on my old laptop hdd, but it is expanding windows files!

I will get back to you guys with the results when it is done! biggrin.gifwheee.gif

Thanks for all the help everyone!
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Originally Posted by Sean Webster;15558512 
I ended up using the normal install disc, I then selected to boot from the UEFI: ASUS DVD/CD DRIVE" and I made the partitions and installed windows. smile.gif

Note: in the diskpart step 8 of the guide, I used efi instead of esp...I am not sure if I should redo it with esp...I am going to make sure this works first though.

I am really happy!

kevindd992002 you are awesome!

Glad to be of help smile.gif
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Originally Posted by firestorm1;15558469 
how did you get it going? still no luck using the UEFI bios?

It's UEFI, we should call it UEFI and not BIOS anymore. They are two different things. Let's make it this way, UEFI is the new version of BIOS smile.gif

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Originally Posted by Sean Webster;15558802 
Quick update, Iam pretty sure that it is installed it properly...I am not sure on the alignment though, I will try it on my ssd soon and see what I get.

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Originally Posted by Sean Webster;15558918 
That that isn't the main partition. the main partition is the bottom one...

and 4k vs 1k is just that 4 k is more optimal, it is explained in the second post.

I'm not really sure, but I think I read somewhere that aligning any SSD/HDD should start from the very beginning of the drive and that is the first partition (ESP for GPT). That means that the Offset for the System partition in your picture should be 4096KB and the rest will follow.

Can you confirm this?
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Originally Posted by Sean Webster;15560350 
Ok, I will add that in the beginning thumb.gif



Glad you got it, I put a note that you need to have the mobo boot from the Windows Boot Manger. wink.gif

Yes. Also, another caution on this. Windows Boot Manager is stored in the NVRAM of the motherboard when you START Windows 7 installation. Usually (not always), when you clear the NVRAM of the mobo, either by using the jumper reset pins or removing the CMOS battery, you lose that Windows Boot Manager boot option and you won't be able to boot to Windows even though your OS drive is intact. A remedy to that is to start Windows 7 installation again and do "Repair your computer" with it. When doing so, the repair won't see any errors and will just be finished as it is. After you restart the computer the Windows Boot Manager boot option will be back again smile.gif

It is hard to imaging if you still didn't experience it first hand. But if you want to experiment, then be my guess smile.gif
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Originally Posted by kevindd992002;15563542 
Yes. Also, another caution on this. Windows Boot Manager is stored in the NVRAM of the motherboard when you START Windows 7 installation. Usually (not always), when you clear the NVRAM of the mobo, either by using the jumper reset pins or removing the CMOS battery, you lose that Windows Boot Manager boot option and you won't be able to boot to Windows even though your OS drive is intact. A remedy to that is to start Windows 7 installation again and do "Repair your computer" with it. When doing so, the repair won't see any errors and will just be finished as it is. After you restart the computer the Windows Boot Manager boot option will be back again smile.gif

It is hard to imaging if you still didn't experience it first hand. But if you want to experiment, then be my guess smile.gif

Thanks for the tip thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by Sean Webster;15558802 
Quick update, Iam pretty sure that it is installed it properly...I am not sure on the alignment though, I will try it on my ssd soon and see what I get.

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Originally Posted by Sean Webster;15563816 
That was on an old laptop HDD

Here is what it is now.

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Thanks for the tip thumb.gif

What is the difference that we should take note of between the two CMD prompt ss?
   
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What is the difference that we should take note of between the two CMD prompt ss?

Crap, I am tired lol, didn't see they were the same. Ignore. tongue.gif
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Quick Question without asking for an elaborate and long answer but why would I want to set my alignment manually to 4096 vice whatever windows does by default?
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Quick Question without asking for an elaborate and long answer but why would I want to set my alignment manually to 4096 vice whatever windows does by default?

4096 is optimal for SSD's and newer HDD's, windows makes it 1024 default.

Long answer smile.gif
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Ok it's about time we got this sorted.

1. You don't need to run AHCI when using a SSD. By this, I mean you can run HDD's in raid with a SSD on its own. Whichever drives are not selected as raid will run in AHCI although the bios reports raid mode.

2. 4096 is the correct allocation size for newer storage devices. Why?
A hard drive or SSD is a chunk of free space (Let's talk in digital terms). So this free space needs to be divided into segments. By setting 1024, 1024 small little chunks can be help within a segment. By setting 4096, you can hold over 3072 more chunks per segment.

3. So yeah....why is this better?
Firstly we need to look at how information is stored and read on the hard drive. Let’s take a file. It's saved as small chunks that fit into a segment. If you use 1024 allocation size and the file will need 2000 chunks, the file will become split up. So the first 1024 chunks will be stored in the 1st segment whilst the remaining is stored into the next segment. Because the file is divided, it takes longer for the HDD/SSD and/or the OS to read/write the file. The file that requires 2000 chunks of a segment can fit into a 4096 segment. The file and information does not become scattered around. Of course, no matter what you do, chunks will become split up over time as you add and delete things on the computer and gaps in the structure appear and get filled by new files. The new files just become scattered to fill the gaps between the empty chunks that appear from previous files becoming deleted by software or the user.

4. Why to not use an allocation size higher than 4096?
Because if the units that hold tiny segments become too large of an open space, it will take the OS and the hardware far too long to find and interpret the information. It will also reduce the amount of formatted free space available to the OS and the user.

Hope this helps!
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good job. that pretty much explains the question i was about to ask.
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Some games game up with an error message saying page file had to be enabled, turned it on and set it to 16mb. No errors so far, much better for compatibility.
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