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Windows 7: Fresh SSD BSOD

18 Jul 2011   #1

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 
Fresh SSD BSOD

In a nut shell... I bought a new Kingston 96Gb SSD I did a fresh install on a secondary computer to get it set up so I could just throw it in my main computer. Get windows 7 pro installed and up to date put it in my main computer and BSOD as soon as windows logo shows up. Tried a repair, and restore but BSOD every time at logo. I put it back on the secondary computer and works perfectly.

Is there something special I need to do to my main computer to read it correctly?

I can give a lot more info if needed, I'm kinda hoping this is a general issue that can easily be adjusted, since both systems run fine and it's a brand new drive.

Thanks

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18 Jul 2011   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by DannyMac View Post
In a nut shell... I bought a new Kingston 96Gb SSD I did a fresh install on a secondary computer to get it set up so I could just throw it in my main computer. Get windows 7 pro installed and up to date put it in my main computer and BSOD as soon as windows logo shows up. Tried a repair, and restore but BSOD every time at logo. I put it back on the secondary computer and works perfectly.

Is there something special I need to do to my main computer to read it correctly?

I can give a lot more info if needed, I'm kinda hoping this is a general issue that can easily be adjusted, since both systems run fine and it's a brand new drive.

Thanks
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18 Jul 2011   #3
whs

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My guess would be that there is a driver problem. When you installed on the secondary computer, the drivers for that system were installed. I presume your primary system is somehow different. Now the system is coughing at you because it does not find the driver to match the PC. Best way out is to install Windows 7 on the system where you want to run it.
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18 Jul 2011   #4

Windows 7 x64 Pro
 
 

Man what with the OCZ and other Sandforce related SSDs crapping out and then Intel's 320 series having data loss issues, I certainly picked the right time to consider what SSD to get...seems like SSD tech is still too volatile and too unstable. That is just an outsider's opinion though...
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18 Jul 2011   #5
whs

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by digitalrurouni View Post
Man what with the OCZ and other Sandforce related SSDs crapping out and then Intel's 320 series having data loss issues, I certainly picked the right time to consider what SSD to get...seems like SSD tech is still too volatile and too unstable. That is just an outsider's opinion though...
I think you see the situation too negative. I work with SSDs since 3 years and except for the very first one I never had any problem with all five (3 OCZ and 2 Intel). I think you can plunge into the SSD adventure with very little risk and a big gain. Just stay on the conservative side. Leading edge technology is always risky.

Look at the problem that Intel had with the Sandy Bridge. Would that be a reason not to use any more CPUs? - LOL
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18 Jul 2011   #6

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by whs View Post
My guess would be that there is a driver problem. When you installed on the secondary computer, the drivers for that system were installed. I presume your primary system is somehow different. Now the system is coughing at you because it does not find the driver to match the PC. Best way out is to install Windows 7 on the system where you want to run it.
Reinstalled on main computer, works perfect thanks for the help!
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19 Jul 2011   #7
whs

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You are welcome.
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