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I don't think it's the drive.
Check the link below and make sure you're running the latest version of bios and Intel RST for your board. Both latest version contain updates for Sata compatability issues.
http://www.overclock.net/t/910402/asus-p67-series-information-thread-drivers-bioses-overclocking-reviews
If that doesn't solve the issue, you might have to do the registry fix for LPM issue.
http://forum.crucial.com/t5/Solid-State-Drives-SSD/Solution-C300-Disk-Freeze-ups-in-Windows-7-solved-for-me/td-p/38766
You're also going to hate me for suggesting this but you should also clear your motherboard cmos by removing the battery as well if the above tricks don't work.

Thanks. I have the newest RST driver installed. Its a Bsod 101 I am getting so I disabled C3-C6 in my bios hopefully that fixes it.
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post #22 of 37
Could this be a problem of the drive itself?
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Just wanted to share my experience with the drive (P128).

I've encountered a few system hangs, particularly where pressing ctrl+alt+del gives me a screen that states "Preparing security settings..." followed by my system crashing. I haven't found a way around this yet and I am also running the latest BIOS and RST drivers.
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Hmm...

So two users are having problems with the Performance Pro. I was planning on getting this SSD but it seems I might just go for the m4 if it is more reliable. What to do?
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Hmm...
So two users are having problems with the Performance Pro. I was planning on getting this SSD but it seems I might just go for the m4 if it is more reliable. What to do?

I can only tell you this. The m4 has worked perfectly for almost every member who got one. Until we get to the bottom of this bsod problem with the pro, the m4 is your best bet.
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post #26 of 37
^ This might be changing me back to m4...if others start having problems...ill be buying M4 or Corsair Performance Pro in March...
Edited by malikq86 - 12/13/11 at 5:04am
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post #27 of 37
It seems that make software much more harder than just selling hardware. BSOD is always a problem experienced by new SSD. I hope that SSD makers employ a great expert programmer to make the firmware. Who understand that consumers do not want to experience Bathtub curve when purchasing SSD.
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the faster the less stable? rolleyes.gif
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post #29 of 37
SAMSUNG 830 biggrin.gif

M4>Samsung 830>Corsair Performance Pro (In my opinion)

I would just go with the best price.
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Very nice. Now I have to decide if I want x2 128GB or x1 256GB.

I've had two OCZ Vertex 2's in RAID0 for about a year now. I really can't wait to go back to a single SSD for my boot drive. Reinstalling Windows is a pain as there is no TRIM support in RAID and you have to secure erase them in Linux. I'd recommend grabbing a single larger drive, it's just so much more convenient.
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