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This morning I woke up to find that my PC could no longer boot from my recently installed Sata 3 SSD, which was set to AHCI mode on my mobo.
My harddrive config was set to IDE inside my windows, my marver controller however was set to AHCI. For this was the only way for it to recognize my DVD reader for the install while maintaining AHCI for the Sata 3.

However as mentioned above it refused to boot this morning and it had alot of issues detecting my Sata 3 ports on my mobo. After turning off the marvel controller and swapping my HDD"s to my regular Sata 2 slots the pc booted normally. Sadly my brand new Sata 3 SSD now only runs at half speed. Does anyone have an idea of what might be the problem? Thx in advance.
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Marvell controller is there for a reason, don´t just turn it off. Your windows and BIOS settings should be same if you want them to work properly. I had some issues also when I went from IDE to AHCI with my Intel X-25 but nothing broke down on me and everything went better than expected by the end of the day. Don´t quite remember the details of changing the modes but nevertheless yours sounds more like a hardware problem, maybe you should RMA that board if all else fails. My SSD is actually rated Sata 3Gb/s but it is connected to Sata3 anyway because it was vacant = no problem there all works well (other than the part that it is already degraded a bit and my WEI is 7,5 because of that).

Not that I am accusing you of simple mistake but maybe should double check the connections just to make sure everything is where you want them to be. (I have made that simple mistake several times but in other areas of life if you know what i mean...) ahem..

Anyways Sata3 SSD shouldn´t lose half its performance when run in Sata2 because the speeds are not that close on the borders of performance to be limited by connection types. (what the hell am I saying :S)

Did you use AS SSD Benchmark to measure half of the performance loss??

Sorry for inadequate response (I think it is very controversial and not well thought through but I did my best to aid you in your quest to gain the performance of your SSD)

It is 2am and I should be sleeping here

PS: Have you noticed that our sig rigs are pretty similiar, LOL JK
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What is your boot priority in BIOS?
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Also think the almost proper answer for you question is on the last post of the page 489 on this thread (sorry for not giving the link)
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Marvell controller is there for a reason, don´t just turn it off. Your windows and BIOS settings should be same if you want them to work properly. I had some issues also when I went from IDE to AHCI with my Intel X-25 but nothing broke down on me and everything went better than expected by the end of the day. Don´t quite remember the details of changing the modes but nevertheless yours sounds more like a hardware problem, maybe you should RMA that board if all else fails. My SSD is actually rated Sata 3Gb/s but it is connected to Sata3 anyway because it was vacant = no problem there all works well (other than the part that it is already degraded a bit and my WEI is 7,5 because of that).

Not that I am accusing you of simple mistake but maybe should double check the connections just to make sure everything is where you want them to be. (I have made that simple mistake several times but in other areas of life if you know what i mean...) ahem..

Anyways Sata3 SSD shouldn´t lose half its performance when run in Sata2 because the speeds are not that close on the borders of performance to be limited by connection types. (what the hell am I saying :S)

Did you use AS SSD Benchmark to measure half of the performance loss??

Sorry for inadequate response (I think it is very controversial and not well thought through but I did my best to aid you in your quest to gain the performance of your SSD)

It is 2am and I should be sleeping here

PS: Have you noticed that our sig rigs are pretty similiar, LOL JK

I did recently RMA my mobo. and when I had it returned I bought an SSD, thats when the ****storm started to happen. First it was unable to write to my SSD, after setting Mobo to IDE and Marvell to AHCI I was able to write to my ssd.

Then some more **** hit the fan. BSODS my favorite, several issues started to occur:
Couldnt detect RAM properly 8/12/16/20gb out of 24.
Couldnt Detect my sata 3 HDDs, happened in my sata 3 ports as well as my sata 2 ports.
Wouldnt restart after BSOD, and leave me with no message on startup.

Since I doubt an SSD is the cause for all this I assume that there is still an issue with the mobo that I had returned.

Pre-This event my PC was unable to start up due to the mobo, I replaced RAM/GPU/PSU/HDDs etc. nothing helped, did not want to start. So I RMAd that crapboard and 2 days later I could pick it up again as supposively there was nothing wrong, then again that same day **** started to happen with installing, overnight it crashed again, several more times after and here I am again ranting on this forum about the mobo.

So I wrote them a mail again, saying the ****storm is still blowing and that I would like a permanent replacement for this board.

Yes my cables are plugged in properly, unless I fail miserable at plugging in cables twice.
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Originally Posted by Lipadoza View Post
I did recently RMA my mobo. and when I had it returned I bought an SSD, thats when the ****storm started to happen. First it was unable to write to my SSD, after setting Mobo to IDE and Marvell to AHCI I was able to write to my ssd.

Then some more **** hit the fan. BSODS my favorite, several issues started to occur:
Couldnt detect RAM properly 8/12/16/20gb out of 24.
Couldnt Detect my sata 3 HDDs, happened in my sata 3 ports as well as my sata 2 ports.
Wouldnt restart after BSOD, and leave me with no message on startup.

Since I doubt an SSD is the cause for all this I assume that there is still an issue with the mobo that I had returned.

Pre-This event my PC was unable to start up due to the mobo, I replaced RAM/GPU/PSU/HDDs etc. nothing helped, did not want to start. So I RMAd that crapboard and 2 days later I could pick it up again as supposively there was nothing wrong, then again that same day **** started to happen with installing, overnight it crashed again, several more times after and here I am again ranting on this forum about the mobo.

So I wrote them a mail again, saying the ****storm is still blowing and that I would like a permanent replacement for this board.

Yes my cables are plugged in properly, unless I fail miserable at plugging in cables twice.
A bad SSD can cause many problems, such as restarts and not being detected. Can you test this SSD on another computer and see if you get the same problem?
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A bad SSD can cause many problems, such as restarts and not being detected. Can you test this SSD on another computer and see if you get the same problem?
I doubt the SSD causes issues with my RAM aswell, but its not only my SSD not being detected its my other SATA3 HDD as well. Nor do I have the resources to test my hardware, nor the patience left to do so. I have been having issues for an entire week, bsods, crashes you name it.

However I just received an answer from my retailer offering me to " TEST " it,
They have this rule. After returning it 3x due to errors, you are allowed to get a replacement
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Just a note... I recently found 2 bad SATA cables that just would not work right. They were supposed to be the good SATA-3 black latching cables... but for some reason they barfed. All my systems use an SSD boot/OS drive and all working flawlessly since the cable replacement.

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Just a note... I recently found 2 bad SATA cables that just would not work right. They were supposed to be the good SATA-3 black latching cables... but for some reason they barfed. All my systems use an SSD boot/OS drive and all working flawlessly since the cable replacement.

Turned out to be driver related
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