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Windows 7: windows has corrupt files with clean install of SSD

16 Feb 2013   #1
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windows has corrupt files with clean install of SSD

Hi all, im really at a loss as to why this is happening but here go's . i have recently installed a SSD and have my older 1tb drive as storage now. i have the new ssd in sata 0 port on the motherboard and changed to achi in bios. everytime i install windows it seems to work fine untill i get some of the windows update and then weird things start to happen:i get corrupt file warnings(this time it was staem files on the 1tb drive) and windows wants to do a check disk every reboot and sometimes it finds things and then loads windows but sometimes it says newly installed software has stoped check disk from running. also today after installing some windows updates(seemed to work fine for 3 days before this) i lost my graphics driver and i cant seem to reinstall it(says i dont have the right driver when i try to install CCC and i know its the right one) and system restore will not work because it detects corrupt files. i have wiped both drives and deleated all partitions multiple times and always get the corrupts files issue and seems like a new issue to go with it everytime(all my usb ports stoped working last time)
do i have a bad ssd or hdd? i will gladly provide more info if needed.

any help would be great

ty


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16 Feb 2013   #2
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How have you transferred the system to the newly installed SSD? By doing a clean install, or sysprep?
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16 Feb 2013   #3
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clean install
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16 Feb 2013   #4
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Search in the website of the manufacturer of the SSD, if there is any latest firmware available, download and install it.
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16 Feb 2013   #5
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the instructions in the update said i had to change from ahci to ide mode to do the update but windows wont load now even after i changed it back to ahci in the bios. do i have to do a clean install to update the firmware on the ssd? or do i just need to do it because i changed that now?
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16 Feb 2013   #6
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If it is a problem to update the BIOS, you may try booting a Linux live disc, and get the Linux version update, and install it.
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16 Feb 2013   #7
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no problems in bios, well i couldnt get windows to load again so im trying clean install 1 more time and then im tossing the ssd drive into the external and not using it if it dont work right this time
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16 Feb 2013   #8
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After the firmware update, it should work fine.
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16 Feb 2013   #9
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do i do the firmware update somehow before installing windows?
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16 Feb 2013   #10
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Yes, that is needed.
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