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The black screen happens to me if my computer has been shutdown for an extended period of time. Powering down and upluging the PSU for a few seconds usually fixes this. I think they're is some kind of electric build up causing it to occur. I've also experienced the black screen with bad overclocks.
post #12 of 19
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The marvel ports are set to ide, and not bootable. I have nothing connected to the marvel ports.
I just moved my ssd to the very first intel sata3 port0 and booted, it saw it, but would not actually go to it. Just booted back into uefi.
I moved the dvd burner to the very next port underneath the port0 intel 1. Now the ssd is not detected on port 0 while the dvd burner is.

i see. might be a driver problem then. maybe try reinstalling them. did you say the ssd worked if the dvd drive wasn't plugged in btw, or haven't you tried that yet?
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The black screen happens to me if my computer has been shutdown for an extended period of time. Powering down and upluging the PSU for a few seconds usually fixes this. I think they're is some kind of electric build up causing it to occur. I've also experienced the black screen with bad overclocks.

my asrock mobo does that sometimes on boot. i to found that unplugging the power supply, but for 10 mins or so would sort it out. these asrock motherboards are sketchy...
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How do I install drivers if I can't get into WIndows to do so??

I tried setting everything back to defaults and booting to the ssd with my windows on to do this, but I get a disk read error or something when doing that.
    
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****, I disabled the marvel controllers and it worked perfectly -_-.
    
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so you got it all working now yeh?
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Why does it always have to be something so small that works? And after you spend several hours really thinking about it.
    
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Why does it always have to be something so small that works? And after you spend several hours really thinking about it.

i know its usually 1 simple thing you needed to do. its nearly always the case lol. im always thankful when it turns out to be a simple thing though even if it took me a while to figure it out.
post #18 of 19
i got the feeling that it is nothing but a simple boot device altering. See, there is 1st,2nd and 3rd boot device in bios, dont select usb device and also disable usb device boot option or else u will see blank screen and pc wont load windows. THere is a reason of course why it is in bios, cuz incase u need secondery and external boot device then it comes handy or else just disable this and the issue will disappear
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congrats on getting it all solved! thumb.gif
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