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ok i'll check that out real quick. i also just got home and when i turned on my computer i saw this. Not sure what all is going on here.

post #22 of 28
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i restarted, it got stuck on this screen for several minutes and then showed the blue screen of death. I restarted again, windows "checked for solution" but then i couldnt press any buttons when it asked if i wanted to restore to previous point in time. I then did a hard reset and after forever on this screen again, it loaded windows. ***.

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post #23 of 28
Alright, try updating the BIOS like I mentioned earlier. I noticed in of your screenshots it said "2.00" (I think) and the latest non-beta is 2.20. http://www.asrock.com/mb/Intel/Z77%20Extreme4/?cat=Download&os=BIOS

OCZ has a few firmware updates for their Vertex 4. You might want to check out their support page and get a hold of the latest one if you haven't already done so.
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Simple's advice is definitely worth trying, but you'll need a spare hard drive to update the firmware, should it become necessary. The current ssd firmware version is 1.5.

Unexpected shutdown isn't good, obviousy. Being as you aren't overclocking anything, my first instinct would be to check the power supply, but under the circumstances it doesn't sound like you have a spare to try out.

Is there any chance you can try using the ssd in another computer to see if boot times/speeds are improved? You won't need to reinstall windows if it is a retail version. At least that will let you know if there are other issues with your new build, or if it is time to contact OCZ for more thorough help, or possibly an RMA.
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i built a computer a couple months ago with a i7 2600k but unfortunately 2 weeks after i finished my build my house was broken into and my computer was stolen. I just finished my new build and used the 3770k since it has come out since i built my last one but it seems to run significantly slower than my 2700k. Bootup is slower, windows experience index is lower (7.7), and even just opening some applications. I'm not sure if some of my hardware is defective or what but i dont feel like i should be having any issues with this computer being laggy. On bootup it sometimes just sits on the widows symbol for more than 30secs and my other computer would show the login screen before the windows logo was even formed from the different color lights that spin around. I'm running windows 7 professional. any ideas?

Sad story men... 2600k stole

in other countries that person will be dead...
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Sad story men... 2600k stole
in other countries that person will be dead...
You should read a small town newspaper's weekly police report sometime if you think that's bad...
    
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Set BIOS to default
Set RAM speeds and SATA port mode accordinly
Secure erease your SSD
Install fresh copy of windows
Install all motherboard drivers
Update windows
Install GPU drivers
Retest the speeds
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post #28 of 28
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ok, sorry it took so long to get back, i've been crazy busy at work. I did all of the drivers updates you were talking about and bios update. Its now running more smoothly as far as no blue screens or shut downs but it still takes over 2minutes to start up. my laptop which has an i5 and hdd boots up way faster than my i7 and ssd. I'm not sure what else to check except for doing a complete new install of windows (which i really dont want to do). There were several times when i first put it all together that it booted up faster and others where it took forever; now it just takes forever every time but that seems to be the only problem.
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