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I never said that it's the solid state drive. I'm saying that if he's right that this means a hard drive is dying, then it's one of the hard drives. One of the MECHANICAL drives.

 

Again, if you have another drive connected while installing Windows, it will put the boot sector on one of those other drives (regardless if it's a solid state drive or mechanical). So, therefore, if one of those mechanical drives has that boot sector, and if it is failing, then yes, that would cause that boot device error because that mechanical drive is the boot device, not your solid state drive EVEN THOUGH WINDOWS IS INSTALLED TO IT.

 

However, this started happening after you put a new CPU in which means that we need to start over. I can't do that because I have to go to bed. :( Sorry man.

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Oh righto just assumed it was (still new to pc's).
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can you get some pics of inside the rig phone shots will do

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Need anything specific?
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have yoou got anny litttlle 60mm fans lyingaround if so stick one so its blowing on the vrm heat sinks

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Nah, only got 200mm spare fans. I've gone into the windows menu at startup (F11, I think it's the boot one) and chose my OS drive as the boot one, so I'll see if this works the next reboot.
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Nah, only got 200mm spare fans. I've gone into the windows menu at startup (F11, I think it's the boot one) and chose my OS drive as the boot one, so I'll see if this works the next reboot.

 

That doesn't change anything if the boot sector is on one of your other drives.

 

Let's try this experiment: turn the computer off and disconnect all other drives except for your solid state drive that has Windows on it (you don't have to disconnect any optical drives that you might have). After that, turn the computer on and see if Windows starts up. I'm expecting that it won't, even if you try a hundred times in a row with this temporary setup.

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It actually booted up fine today. Didn't ask me to select a boot drive.
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It actually booted up fine today. Didn't ask me to select a boot drive.

 

Didn't you say though that sometimes it does and sometimes it doesn't?

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