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That's the guide I went by. Just got a black screen in Parted Magic no matter what I tried. I'm sure it's my GFX card
post #72 of 82
I cant understand what you mean by u just get a black screen in Parted Magic, when at what stage?
What have you got it on,cd flash drive?
you set the mobo to defaults plug the ssd onto number one sata port. boot to the parted magic program, little yellow dots go across screen and numerous penguins appear....then u come to the program and follow instructions posted earlier.....
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Wow! What's so hard to understand. It boots, I get the options screen screen (where you choose Default Settings, Fail Safe etc). No matter which I choose, all I get is a black screen.
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That's the guide I went by. Just got a black screen in Parted Magic no matter what I tried. I'm sure it's my GFX card
ERR... You said up there a couple of posts back, and earlier on, u get a BLACK SCREEN IN PARTED MAGIC!

So being thats what YOU said/wrote I asked WHERE in Parted Magic you get the black screen? As I do not understand why you would get a black screen in Parted magic.


Now You come on with "Wow! What's so hard to understand. It boots, I get the options screen screen (where you choose Default Settings, Fail Safe etc). No matter which I choose, all I get is a black screen."

YOU ARE therefore, getting a black screen when u choose a bios option...that has NOTHING at all to do with Parted magic....
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Every post you've made in this thread has been wrong. I get the black screen after choosing an option in Parted Magic not my BIOS!
post #76 of 82
A couple of posts ago you said, and its there for anyone to see that u get the black screen in bios where failsafe options are etc, you said you tried all those things and you get a black screen!!!!

What are you on about my posts have been long, can u quote one?

You can paddle your own canoe from now on pal, and dont be surprised if when people read the last few posts and see your attitude, that no one offers any help.

Go on the forum from the makers of your drive and read the damn advice there.
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lol..another incorrect post from you. I never said anything about my BIOS. I said the Parted Magic boot screen which has the Default, Fail Safe etc options.

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Have you even used it???

And your posts aren't long (thank God) They are wrong!'

You should stop trying to help because you're really bad at it.

Edited by tw33k - 1/14/11 at 8:57am
post #78 of 82
You dont need to touch ANYTHING on that screen LOL what a plonker, im bad at helping haha, just leave that screen alone it will go to where u need to be (apart from the nut house maybe pick up some manners on the way) so do that boot to PM and leave the thing alone....until the desktop type window opens.....then follow the guide.

You may and I hope u do for your arrogance get a "this drive is in a frozen state" warning come up when u choose to write 0's to the disk. If your nice from now on I may tell u what you then need to do, as u need help with every little thing and lack intuition. lol.

only joking if u get that pop up just choose to erase it with the option it suggests. JOB DONE 18 hours later lol. hey man please dont try putting two ssd'd in raid...lol
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OMG! lol..not even going to bother. Thanks anyway
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YOU TEND TO TRY COME IN AT STAGE 4 AND CUT CORNERS IT DONT WORK LIKE THAT>>>GOOD LUCK LEMME KNOW IF U NEED MORE ASSISTANCE
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