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post #16391 of 28613
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Rogue1266 View Post
Sure like to show-off this Rig. LOL) G-D Bless!!! She is a beauty!

This is my Fav. of your Pic's, GoodInk. Nice camera. Pic's are clean!!!!
Thanks, I'm glad I took the pics, I discovered that I have water going through my CPU block backwards. Guess what I'll be doing today I think I need to get better lighting, and next time I'm going to shoot in RAW, there were a couple pics that would have turned out great but they had lens distortion. I got almost a fish eye look on those.
Edited by GoodInk - 12/26/10 at 8:41am
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Is it possible to have the Google Spreadsheet link to a picture of the user's rig?
That is a good Question.. Look into it and I will implement it for you.
    
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You asked for it, lol


















I love this Rig...Awesome Wicked Build..
Edited by Enigma8750 - 12/26/10 at 9:35am
    
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Is it possible to have the Google Spreadsheet link to a picture of the user's rig?
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That is a good Question.. Look into it and I will implement it for you.
Yes it is. You just have to put the bb code in it the same way you would put it in a post.

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Originally Posted by kev_b View Post
Those 2, WD 1 TB hard drives I thought I lost to a trogen I have working again, I used Paragon 9.0 to reformat my drive to FAT 32 then reformat back to NTFS, I did this a few times and every time the trogen would still show up whenever it was plugged in to my netbook using a USB dock. I was not able before to load Windows 7 because this trogen would cause my pc to restart every time I tried to load Windows 7 but this time since reformatting back and forth a few times I was able to load windows, then I reformatted again and the trogen never showed it’s ugly face again. It took me all day to do all this but at least I can end my year on a good note and I saved $200.00 in replacement cost.
I am doing a bay fan experiment on my other Lian Li, it should be finished in a week or 2 then I can get back to modding my Scout for the new year, going to have the paint sand blasted next week to get ready for powder coating, I may have to do some more cutting to the top of the case under the top I/O panel, I think the new on/off reset switches I have coming might be to long, the USB 3.0 assembly will fit just fine though.
Next time you have a stubborn trojan like that try running DBan on the drive to completely wipe it first. That will normally wipe anything off of it. Then boot to a startup disk, go to a command prompt, then type in fdisk/mbr and hit enter. This should reset the Master Boot Record to wipe out any remnants there. Just doing a Format (even a long one) or deleting the partition and then recreating a new partition THE EXACT SAME SIZE won't really help much. Now do a FULL format using the Windows disk management tools. That should take care of it.

When you have a stubborn Virus or Trojan you often times need to take a couple of extra steps. After wiping the old partition off of the drive you need to shut the system completely down (a reboot isn't sufficient here), power back up and create two temporary partitions of different sizes (that also won't be the same sizes as the ones you want to end up with), long format them, shut down again, power back up, delete both of these partitions, shut down again, power back up, create the permanent partitions the size you need them to be (and they can NOT be the same as you created a few steps back), then long format them. I know it's a lot of steps, but they are necessary if you get stuck with a stubborn one that isn't wiped out by a regular format.

The reason for the extra steps of creating temporary partitions that you end up deleting is that quite often when simply recreating a partition of the same size the system takes a short cut and doesn't perform as thorough of a disk operation and simply restores the old partition with all of it's crap intact. All it does it set the flags to show the files as deleted, but doesn't actually overwrite them leaving the Trojan/Virus intact. Creating the temp partitions of different sizes forces it to not take the shortcut and do the complete process like it should.

Trying to use shortcuts like quick formats or third party partitioning tools also tend to not take care of these types of problems. One is normally better off using either the Windows partitioning and formatting tools and going with a full format. A quick format doesn't check every cluster, sector, etc. of the drive like a Full Format does.
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So my OCZ Vertex 2 90GB is on its way Should be here thursday which is good cus thats my only day off this week, working in retail in the boxing day sales is horrible.

Now does anyone have any guides or a even just some quick advice on here they can give me for installing and setting up my SSD?

Currently I have windows installed on one of my 500gb drives, will that have to be uninstalled? and if so how?

I know theres something called ACHI I think and something called TRIM, so ive no idea what these are or how to enable them lol so any help would be appreciated.
Edited by Shadow of Intent - 12/26/10 at 11:45am
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So my OCZ Vertex 2 90GB is on its way Should be here thursday which is good cus thats my only day off this week, working in retail in the boxing day sales is horrible.

Now does anyone have any guides or a even just some quick advice on here they can give me for installing and setting up my SSD?

Currently I have windows installed on one of my 500gb drives, will that have to be uninstalled? and if so how?

I know theres something called ACHI I think and something called TRIM, so ive no idea what these are or how to enable them lol so any help would be appreciated.
TRIM is enabled by default in Windows 7. AHCI must be enabled in your BIOS before you install the OS to the SSD. You could image your C drive and copy it over to the SSD, but I personally find that doing a clean install is a better idea. As for tips, just disable indexing on the C drive. I wouldn't worry about anything else, because I don't think they really make that big of a difference in performance. Enjoy that SSD. It makes a world of a difference.

Also, here's a really good guide that I used.
http://www.ocztechnologyforum.com/fo...-SSD-ABC-Guide
Edited by ROM3000 - 12/26/10 at 11:56am
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SSD Help.. Here you go.. This is what I did to mine. It is great.

http://www.overclock.net/11029968-post13922.html
    
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My Scout is going in tomorrow for sand blasting and powder coating, I think I’m done with any cutting on the case. Rear grill cut out to fit a Lian Li fan grill, I also have a round hole just below and under the rear fan to pass the fan power lead thru in case a fan gets mounted on the outside of the case (H-70 cpu cooler), cable management holes cut for the 24 pin connector, another square hole cut in the drive bays for cables to pass thru. Front fan hole cut to 5 inches and raised to center the fan with the bulls eye of the front grill, drilled for either 120mm or 140mm fans, round or square fans, top fan hole cut to 5 inches for 140mm fan. The hole in the top of the case in the front where the front I/O panel wires pass thru was enlarged to use the Delrin power /reset Illuminated 16mm Switch prewired and sleeved. It looks like sh** right now but after the powder coating it'll be a brand new case!
Opps, I forgot 1 cable management hole on the back of the case behind the MB tray to pass thru 2 USB 3.0 cables, I can do that in the morning I guess.




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For all New SSD OWNERs. Follow this install. It is professionally written by a man that wrote Bios for a living.

First before you do anything....before you begin the new installation make sure you have the HDD option in your BIOS set to AHCI. Not IDE OR SATA. AHCI will include SATA but it won't work the other way around.

Thanks Rockr69 and twocables.

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I think that the installer doesn't align it properly to begin with. Here's a method that was recently taught to me that I guarantee will work perfectly to properly align a solid state drive:
  1. To make things easy, disconnect all other drives (but leave any optical disc drives connected)
  2. Boot from the Windows 7 installation DVD
  3. When you see the "Install now" button, click "Repair your computer"
  4. You'll see a little window named "System Recovery Options" appear that searches for Windows installations.
  5. When it finishes, you will see a dialog box. Select "Use recovery tools that can help fix problems starting Windows. Select an operating system to repair.", and then click Next.
  6. Click "Command Prompt"
  7. Type diskpart to load DiskPart
  8. Type list disk
  9. Type select disk 0 (or whichever number your SSD gets)
  10. If you want to be sure you have the right one selected, then type list partition.
  11. Once you know you have the right drive selected, type clean.
  12. Type create partition primary align=1024
  13. Type format quick fs=ntfs
  14. It will appear like it's going to take forever, but then like 5-10 seconds later, it suddenly finishes, jumping straight from 0% to 100%.
  15. Type active
  16. Type list partition to see your creation.
  17. Type exit
  18. Type exit
  19. Click Restart
  20. Boot from the DVD again and perform a normal installation using the "Custom (advanced)" type of installation.

So to summarize:
  1. Get to that Command Prompt
  2. Type diskpart
  3. Type list disk
  4. Type select disk 0 (or whichever number it turns out to be)
  5. Type clean
  6. Type create partition primary align=1024
  7. Type format quick fs=ntfs
  8. Type active
  9. Type exit
  10. Type exit
  11. Click Restart
  12. Install Windows 7

This will prevent Windows 7's installer from creation that 100MB partition, and it will also be properly aligned!
If this helps you send some love to "Two Cables" for his wisdom.

BTW. Two Cables informed me that he got this info from lsdmeasap
Much love to you and all.
Edited by Enigma8750 - 12/26/10 at 6:44pm
    
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Great Job Gen Kev b. Looks like another nice build coming down the pike.
    
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