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01 Nov 2011  

Windows 10 Education 64 bit

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by fragment137 View Post
The service was just to replace the LCD component for some BrightDots I had noticed... considering it was an output component I can't imagine it affecting software... I will look at my BIOS settings to see if that makes a difference.

What settings should I be looking for to optimize for an SSD?
OK, yes an LCD replacement shouldn't cause this, assuming no other damage was done. If it had been something like RAM replacement, then I'd question whether it was repaired correctly or not.

After thinking about it, I guess there aren't any BIOS settings specific to SSD. Other than making sure the drive is detected properly and the SATA controller is set to AHCI and not IDE mode.
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