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hello. I have a :
fx 8150
gigabyte MB
120 gb ocz petrol ssd -- windows
500 gb hybrid-- secondary programs and games
2tb hdd archive.
(all are set primary)

I just migrated to the ssd even though system is only a few weeks old.

After i installed about a dozen games to my hybrid drive.My system elected to reboot w/o permission. Instead of loading my system I was greeted by this beauty.
450

then the real trouble started-- first repair worked.
then i rebooted to test. blue screen again.
this time repair failed and I rolled it back several restore points.
test reboot-- fail.
I have also noted that my ssd is losing massive space even though nothing is supposed to be written on it...

any help is greatly appreciated.

MAHALO!
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What motherboard? What hybrid drive (I don't recommend them by the way)?

See that rig builder on the top right corner? Click it and put every detail about your computer inside.
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Originally Posted by trumpet-205 View Post

What motherboard? What hybrid drive (I don't recommend them by the way)?
See that rig builder on the top right corner? Click it and put every detail about your computer inside.

ok done deal.
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UPDATE--

I removed norton anti virus and she kicked right over.

Anyone that can provide even a link to a an explanation of these types of error would be appreciated.

I would like to figure out Why my system rejected norton anti virus....

Thanks.
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When you set up your ssd, did you set the drive to AHCI? If not maybe Norton tried to defrag it. Not sure if this is probable but....
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Because Norton is part of Symantec and they did this? rolleyes.gif

I'm guessing the SSD had a conflict with Norton Real Time Shields / Firewalls. The software has too much power IMO, and does the same thing with 'non-proper' internet connections, rebooting the system, disabling networks, etc.
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uninstall norton's..and.. try setting to ide in bios?
 
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Click it and put every detail about your computer inside. g.gif
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Originally Posted by trumpet-205 View Post

What motherboard? What hybrid drive (I don't recommend them by the way)?
Quote:
See that rig builder on the top right corner? Click it and put every detail about your computer inside.
A Hybrid Drive, Hybrid Hard Drive (HHD), or Hybrid Hard Disk Drive (H-HDD) is a type of large-buffer computer hard disk drive. It is different from standard hard drives in that it integrates a cache using non-volatile memory or even a small solid-state drive (SSD).Although the cache typically uses non-volatile flash memory, some drives use battery-backed volatile RAM (a hybrid RAM disk). The flash memory buffer can speed up repeated reads to the same location; a RAM buffer speeds both reads and writes, but must be written to backup storage before power is lost.
Thanx Wiki wink.gif
so basically its a HDD+SDD combination
Hope that answered your questions thumb.gif
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