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I still can't make any sense why it is not booting with SSDs, but totally fine with HDDs.

What did you mean by booting? Booting to installation disk and then reboot, or the reboot after Windows was installed on the drive (iow first startup sequence)?

You also did not mention if Windows installation is clean. If it is not, then that's your problem.
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DUDE you did not answer my question, do you already have OS on these drives from a previous build? if so YOU need to reinstall windows.
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Originally Posted by DeXel View Post

Maybe it is defective then? But try few things first.
1. Install latest BIOS You already mentioned that.
2. To me, it looks to me the system shuts off under load (even slightest). Possibly a PSU problem. How old it is? Try to disconnect videocards from it.
3. Does that happen with HDD? And that too
Very strange. If HDDs work, SSD should have no problem too. There are no compatibility issues with Samsung 830 for sure.
Please try using Windows 7 USB installer instead.


Oooo! USB install seems to be working! Maybe Gigabyte didnt bother testing DVD installs?
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Hm.. maybe. Or it's your DVD drive.
I can't confirm or deny anything because I have no DVD drive for some time now biggrin.gif
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