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I'll send you here first http://www.overclock.net/t/1227636/how-to-change-sata-modes-after-windows-7-installation/0_20 ,if that does not help PM gr8sho,he is the go to guy for ssd and M2N's.
He hasn't been here in a while but can be found in the CHV club thread.
Good luck
Gyro

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Just to put in here for nForce users, nForce boards do not support AHCI (with the exception of nForce boards that include onboard graphic cards), and also don't send the TRIM command for SSDs. It can do NCQ through its controller though. The JMicron SATA ports do support AHCI, but you'd get worse performance running a HDD through these, than on the normal SATA ports.

You can uninstall the Nvidia controller though in Device Manager and install Microsoft's IDE Controller, which can send TRIM commands for SSDs.

Head to Device Manager (Open Start menu, type Device Manager), and click "IDE ATA/ATAPI Controllers", and you will see 3 Nvidia Serial ATA Controllers. Right click one of them and click "Properties" and go to the "" tab. Click "Update ". Click "Browse my Computer", and then "Let me pick". You will see the option to choose "Standard Dual Channel PCI IDE Controller". Click this and click "Next" and let it install.

Do the same for the other two Nvidia Controllers in Device Manager and restart your system. After the controllers have installed, you will be asked to reboot again.

SSDs will now have a slight performance boost with the TRIM command, and also regular HDDs also have a slight increase as well.


Yeah i did this already. It allows TRIM in IDE mode, but does not activate AHCI. mad.gif
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Hey guys, I just switched to Windows 8, but M2N Tweaker 1.0.2 doesn't work...
Did someone make it work also on Windows 8? The feature that doesnt work is that it doesn't change the clock at startup, but you have to do it manually each time... thank you.
Better if I manage to run the pc at 3.4GHz from boot, and not from Win, so I've also a fast startup...
When I go into the boot, it actually reads 3.4, but when and while I reach windows, its 0.8 always. How can I fix it?

Guess I was wrong.

I HAD it working in Win8 preview but it doesn't work now in 7.
I went back to the original version of the program and it works perfectly.


Thanks for post about SSD, I need to look into the settings on my media center PC in living room, always thought that SSD seemed slow...


24 hour stable at 18 x 200 and 18.5 x 200.
19 x 200 crash and burn blue screen that says something specifically about processor timing not right.
I'll probably try pushing bus speed up a little this weekend.

Running 1.375 vcore on my Phenom x 4 965 BE, hopefully that doesn't shorten the life too much. smile.gif
post #10883 of 12343
I'm back to Windows 7 (eight sux bad) and I noticed that version 1.0.2 of M2N Tweaker doesn't work also on Win7 at startup and after sleep. So I'm back to first version of that tool and it works perfectly now.

I'm also running my phenom 965 BE at 200x18 with 1.375 voltage (same settings on bios).
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Hey everyone,

First time poster here but I was hoping to get some help from you experts. I'm running an M2N-SLI Deluxe with BIOS 5009 and 4 gigs of ddr2 800mhz ram.

Recently I went out and snagged an OEM Phenom II X4 965 BE 125W edition in hopes of dropping it into my rig. Cleared the CMOS and now I need to go look for my PS2 adapter for my keyboard but I digress.

I managed to boot into windows 7 64 bit and it automatically detected the device and I had already went out and installed the previously mentioned nvidia software suites, but I think I forgot to tweak any settings before I rebooted to finish installation of the drivers. Rebooting gives me a nasty message that windows cannot start because a required device is missing.

From the sounds of it I would either have to drop my old 5200 back in to try to recover but I really don't want to, as I've already put some arctic silver on the 965 and would hate to waste it. Do you guys think that simply formatting windows and reinstalling the nvidia software would do the trick? I realize it likely won't work perfectly off the bat because only two cores will be unlocked.

Sorry for the long winded post. But thanks in advance,

Steve
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does windows 7 give you that msg or the computer it self as in missing a hard drive etc etc?
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I run a dual boot configuration. At the screen where I select which operating system to boot, after an operating system is selected (which I can't choose because USB is broken after clearing my CMOS) then I get the message that I had mentioned above.
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Sounds like you need to use a PS2 Keyboard /...
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+1 on PS/2 keyboard.
If you still get issue boot windows in safe mode but it probably pissed at your keyboard now.
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Sounds like you need to use a PS2 Keyboard /...

Meh I guess I never thought about that but I don't think it would even post if a keyboard wasn't detected?
post #10890 of 12343
Hey guys/girls/those who are confused about their genders.

So, I'm running an AMD Phenom II 965 on an M2N-SLI Deluxe (5001 BIOS), fresh install of Windows 7 Ultimate x64, and I can't for the life of me seem to change my multiplier to the default 17x setting in Windows. I've tried -

nTune - Setting is unavailable.
PhenomMsrTweaker - system crashes when I change settings
M2NTweaker - Same as above - would love to use this as it seems the simplest and lightest weight software.

Windows power settings are set to high performance, C1E is disabled in BIOS, tried cool 'n'quiet on auto and off, manually setting CPU multiplier in the BIOS, all to no avail. CPUz either reports 4x multiplier, or 3400mhz clock speed and 4x multiplier or none!

I have no idea why this is happening, as my old install (running for over a year with no issues, only reinstalled after cloning system to a larger drive and having OS problems forced me to start from fresh) ran perfectly. I'm probably overlooking something simple, but ANY advice is appreciated.

Cheers.
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