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post #1 of 9
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hi there,im trying to install win 7 on my ssd,bu its saying it was unable to create a partition.anyone know how its done on a 50gig revodrive.
will need step by step instuctions as im thick as **** lol
thanks to all that can help me.
post #2 of 9
could you give a bit more information? like how your trying to install , and if you could enter your system information in your User CP ?

Using the Windows disk, you should be able to delete any existing partitions, and allow windows to partition the disk how it prefers (preferred method)
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could you give a bit more information? like how your trying to install , and if you could enter your system information in your User CP ?

Using the Windows disk, you should be able to delete any existing partitions, and allow windows to partition the disk how it prefers (preferred method)
agreed then once in windows then you can partition your drive
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post #4 of 9
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from disk,custom instal.i load the drivers from usb for the hrd drive then try to install,but it wont have it

amd phenom ii x4 970

asus formula 3 (bios 1301)

ocz gold 2000mhz 2x 2gig ram

50gig revodrive

1tb western digital cavier green 64mb sata hard drive

corsair tx 650 psu

pioneer dvd rw,dvr 11
post #5 of 9
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found the delete button lol
now its an unallocatd space
but it still says the same
tried setting new partition but it still not happy and wont have it?
post #6 of 9
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think i sussed it,went into bios and my flash drive was higher priority than the ssd on boot in the hdd menu not boot menu.
nooooooooooooooooooooooo blue screen
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think i sussed it,went into bios and my flash drive was higher priority than the ssd on boot in the hdd menu not boot menu.
nooooooooooooooooooooooo blue screen
are all the other drives unplugged,if not then unplug all you hdd's to where the ssd is the only one plugged in.then try to install windows.
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post #8 of 9
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strange very strange,ssd are more trouble than there worth if you ask me.
now installed after umteen tries.
thanks for the help
post #9 of 9
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yes mate they was,i got two other hard drives aswell as my tb drive.took them two out first as there only 160gig each that diddnt work so i took the 1tb out.must be a bios issue.
it was working for a month with all hdd in go figure
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