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BSOD after adding HDD?

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I have a Corsair siliconedge 120GB ssd as my primary drive in AHCI mode, I wiped a 250GB HDD and wanted to add it as storage, but when I connect it up and reboot I get a BSOD? Anyone else have this problem or know how to fix it?
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i had this same problem more or less when i was setting up my sig rig a day or two ago i ended up setting both drives to ahci instead of ide on my mobo for example and it booted up it was weird ! oh and also had to switch sata ports but i think it was how my mobo is set up on that part! gl
    
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Did you set the drive to AHCI in your BIOS?
     
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Got it working, I am pretty sure one of the parts on my mobo is shot. Thanks everyone.
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