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I just tried to install Asmedia SATA Controller Driver V1.3.4.1 for Windows 7/8 32bit & 64bit.(WHQL) on my ASUS Z87-PRO and when I went to restart my computer it didn't boot up into Windows and blue screened twice trying to do so. It went into "Automatic Repair" and it is now "Attempting Repairs". What just happened? What is causing this?

EDIT: "Automatic Repair couldn't repair your PC" Log file: D:\Windows\System32\Logfiles\Srt\SrtTrail.txt
I didn't even have a D drive, just C.
 

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I just tried to install Asmedia SATA Controller Driver V1.3.4.1 for Windows 7/8 32bit & 64bit.(WHQL) on my ASUS Z87-PRO and when I went to restart my computer it didn't boot up into Windows and blue screened twice trying to do so. It went into "Automatic Repair" and it is now "Attempting Repairs". What just happened? What is causing this?

EDIT: "Automatic Repair couldn't repair your PC" Log file: D:\Windows\System32\Logfiles\Srt\SrtTrail.txt
I didn't even have a D drive, just C.
Are any of your drives connected to the ASMedia SATA controller?

Your PC description lists a Samsung 840 Pro, and a Seagate Barracuda. If Windows is installed on the 840, the C drive, the Seagate would be the D drive.

What's on the Seagate drive? It looks like the Seagate is connected to the ASMedia controller, which apparently just became active when the driver was installed. The Seagate had another or old OS installation on it, or at least a MBR, which is confusing the boot process.

Check the boot order in the BIOS, the 840 should be first.
 

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Well I only have the SSD plugged in at the moment and yes it's plugged in the SATA port powered by Asmedia. I only unplugged the SATA and power cable from the back of the HDD but left them connected on the motherboard side. Could that be causing the problem?
 
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