|07 Feb 2011||#1|
need help please!
Bought recently a ssd Corsair 60 Force,for my system.
in BIOS I change conntroller in AHCI,install Win 7 Pro 64..
All went well at first sight..
..i connected the HDDs-
-Samsung 2 TB
.....first all works well..reboot-ok--shutdown..and reboot-BSOD!!
-at that point,till now i tried every version of connecting hdds,tried with only one(that didn`t have primary partition on it)- works also after reboot,and after shutdown and reboot few minutes later..
but if i shut it down,and then turn it on next day-again-BSOD and Win won`t boot..
if i disconnected it,and connect another HDD(one that did same thing one day ago--now it works..)
-I know it sounds crazy!!
at this moment-and for this report atachment-only SSD and Samsung are connected-all working fine,
-probably will work until i shut it down over night-and then it won`t boot-i tried it already two days ago...
i also tried all HDDs in IDE mod,with "old" win,all HDDs work fine-no BSOD or anything..
Please help-don`have an idea-it confuses me-something that works today-won`t tomorow-and then work` a day after tomorow-and I didn`t change anything,anywhere!!
thanks in advance!!
athlon 635 2,9 Ghz
mushkin silverline 1600 Mhz, 4X2GB,(on deafault 1333Mhz)
ATI sapphire 6950 (just few days in my hands,SSD and problems are almost 2 weeks old..)
--nothing is OC -never!---
windows are reinstaled 4 days ago (again!!)
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