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Just got my new build in, hooked everything up. Installed Windows before bed last night, took 4 hours to go from 0% to 100% extremely long time. After getting into windows I experienced pauses, and freezes for up to 2 minutes at a time off and on. I also got one blue screen of death. After updating all the drivers (Marvel/Intel controllers) and updating my bios I am getting the same issues. I swapped what port the SSD is plugged into from Intel to marvel, getting same issues, and now I have it plugged into the SATA3GBit/s ports on the motherboard - reinstalling windows now (It's taking forever again). I don't think I should have to do this though wouldn't my SATA6GBit/s drive work in my SATA6Gbit/s ports properly??Need some help if anyone minds sparing a hand. Also I have tried putting the SATA ports on AHCI and IDE with the same result.




GA-P67A-UD7-B3 ~ 2600k ~ C300 (SSD)
Edited by Rikal - 3/30/11 at 8:31am
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well first of all you want to be on AHCI for your SSD. Second what is your bsod error code, it sounds as if you have a failed OC, unless it's all stock.
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It's all stock and as stated above I was using AHCI. Stop code was 0xf4.
I have Windows installed and working using my SATA3GB port instead of 6GB, I guess I'll have to live with using a SATA6GB drive in a 3GB port.
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you have a hardware problem, first and foremost, which is what that 0xf4 code is telling you. Need to start narrowing that down to find which component is not working right. It could be the ssd, mobo, or RAM.
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Your C300 have 006 firmware on it?
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I haven't updated the firmware on the drive yet, but the motherboard is on the latest revision. I don't think it's the port themselves due to that fact that my 1tb storage drive works flawless in either of my 6gb/s ports. I will update my c300 to 006 when I get home and try that. Hopefully updating firmware and swapping hard drive controllers won't require reinstalling windows again. (Going from 3gb/s port back to 6gb/s port after update)
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For anyone else with this problem, I think I found the solution.
http://forum.crucial.com/t5/Solid-State-Drives-SSD/Solution-C300-Disk-Freeze-ups-in-Windows-7-solved-for-me/td-p/38766
Going to try it shortly when I get home
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that is why i asked, i stuck with 002
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post #9 of 9
That's pretty weird, I'm using GA-P67A-UD7-B3 (BIOS: F3) and C300 128GB 006 with AHCI under Win7 x64 perfectly fine.
Edited by Gradius - 4/29/11 at 12:50pm
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