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Can you boot up windows using safe mode?
Yes I can. I uninstalled the nvidia drivers that wouldn't work in safe mode.
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That's the RAID BIOS you're in on the page 1 screenie, not the board BIOS.
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omg. "Marvell BIOS Setup".

I am not a detective.
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post #84 of 91
Try installing old drivers from Nvidia, the driver you are current downloading im almost 100% sure that it only brings new stuff for the 500's series. Your 460 will get nothing new out of them, try installing older drivers.
With some luck hoping that without the Nvidia drivers your hable to log into windows again that will be the problem.
post #85 of 91
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Try installing old drivers from Nvidia, the driver you are current downloading im almost 100% sure that it only brings new stuff for the 500's series. Your 460 will get nothing new out of them, try installing older drivers.
With some luck hoping that without the Nvidia drivers your hable to log into windows again that will be the problem.
But this is the first time I've ever seen anyone with a GTX 400 series having major problems like this with driver version 266.58.

However, here's the last WHQL Certified driver that didn't have any support for the 500 series:

http://us.download.nvidia.com/Window...glish_whql.exe

It's 260.99, not exactly their best work but still better than 260.89 and previous.
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post #86 of 91
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But this is the first time I've ever seen anyone with a GTX 400 series having major problems like this with driver version 266.58.

However, here's the last WHQL Certified driver that didn't have any support for the 500 series:

http://us.download.nvidia.com/Window...glish_whql.exe

It's 260.99, not exactly their best work but still better than 260.89 and previous.
Not usual for Nvidia driver's to have problems, but we trying to figure out whats wrong so we gotta do it step by step excluding all the possible problems so we can reach our cause and fix it, fix it good xD
Since he said when he installed driver "black screen" happeared once again, assuming its Nvidia driver fault. Oh and its driver related all right, if safe mode works Windows & PC is working fine. Something that got installed is causing conflicts.
Edited by Tokkan - 4/22/11 at 2:34pm
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Not usual for Nvidia driver's to have problems, but we trying to figure out whats wrong so we gotta do it step by step excluding all the possible problems so we can reach our cause and fix it, fix it good xD
Since he said when he installed driver "black screen" happeared once again, assuming its drivers fault. Oh and its driver related all right, if safe mode works everything is working fine. Something that got installed is causing conflicts.
He mentioned earlier that this system was working fine until he put the Vertex 2 in it.

If it were me, then I would just remove the Vertex 2 entirely and then see how it goes. If everything works fine without it, then the Vertex 2 is defective so much that it's causing these problems. The Vertex 2 is the only difference in this system right now.
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He mentioned earlier that this system was working fine until he put the Vertex 2 in it.

If it were me, then I would just remove the Vertex 2 entirely and then see how it goes. If everything works fine without it, then the Vertex 2 is defective so much that it's causing these problems. The Vertex 2 is the only difference in this system right now.
If you check earlier i advised him to check if its HDD problem or Windows problem by formating and installing windows on his old HDD.
He said he couldnt so im assuming that the SSD is 100%.

Now since he said he wanted to keep the windows inside his old HDD and with what you said and also taking in consideration you might be right.
The only option available i can see to exclude either faulty ssd or windows problem is creating a new partition inside the old HDD and dual booting Windows 7.
Or if the OP doesnt wanna do these steps and the SSD is brand new just go to the store and replace it.
post #89 of 91
All he has to do is remove the Vertex 2 and put the HDD back in as though he never even purchased the Vertex 2. I mean, he just needs to put his system back to the way it was (that is, unless he has since formatted the HDD).

I mean, it sounds like all he did was disconnect the HDD and put the Vertex 2 in its place. So if the HDD still has everything intact, then I say put it back in (remove the Vertex 2) and then see if the problem persists. If it does, then the Vertex 2 may be defective.
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All he has to do is remove the Vertex 2 and put the HDD back in as though he never even purchased the Vertex 2. I mean, he just needs to put his system back to the way it was (that is, unless he has since formatted the HDD).

I mean, it sounds like all he did was disconnect the HDD and put the Vertex 2 in its place. So if the HDD still has everything intact, then I say put it back in (remove the Vertex 2) and then see if the problem persists. If it does, then the Vertex 2 may be defective.
When I unplug the SSD and plug my HDD back in, everything works fine on my HDD.
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