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post #111 of 127
I dont understand,you will boot with 64gb drive.You need to change things in bios,not in Windows.
post #112 of 127
Does your disk manager look like this with your M4 256gb drive.
post #113 of 127
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Hey dude - right I done what you said - it still goes to the megatrend screen.

disk management.jpg 1063k .jpg file

When I go to the bios - and hit F8, I get 1 boot option, and thats the 64GB ssd (my original one with windows still on)
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post #114 of 127
Did you fix cpu fun,is it still in red.
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I did enable turbo mode and it didn't change anything - so I defaulted everything, and lowered the cpu fan threshold to 500RPM(as people with this board and hyper212 are supposed to) and its booted to windows(albeit the 256GB windows)
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post #116 of 127
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I might have fixed it, you gave me a clue with that turbo thing, although the turbo didnt fix it per se, when i lower the threshold to 500rpm - it boots to windows.

Now every time i have defaulted the bios that 500 reverts to 600 which means i get an "F1" error which is why that screen shows up, lowering that to 500 makes sure it boots to windows - with default bios (except for fan threshold). Just reinstalling windows again on the 64.


To sum it up - on bios default if
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post #117 of 127
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I boot up and the fan is still spinning above the 600 then it boots fine - whereas other times its dripped just below the 600 it f1 errors on me.

Sorry for double post i cant see where i can edit it on my phone.
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post #118 of 127
So,when your CPU fun is not in red(that means more then 600rpm)you boot normal.
That means we find problem.RIGHT?
post #119 of 127
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Correct, its booted straight to windows about 20 times in a row. Touch wood this is aorted.

Also i dont have the efi in disk management anymore - it says ntfs and eufi is missing from the bios. - i have no idea why
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post #120 of 127
How did you make fun spin faster,main is always on about 650rpm.
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