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Windows 7: Marvell Controller Unplugged / Reboot and Select proper Boot device

06 Oct 2011   #31
quester12

multiple operating systems xp pro 32bit win7 64 bit pro and ultimate
 
 

are you up for the next task ? we are going to do a partition current status list check.


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06 Oct 2011   #32
justmike

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

Yeah, sure, what do I do?
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06 Oct 2011   #33
quester12

multiple operating systems xp pro 32bit win7 64 bit pro and ultimate
 
 

just a normal start and type cmd . when you get to the dos prompt type defrag and hit enter. it should show us the status of your partition on the ssd drive.if its in the list to defrag, thats normal. i am sure you know how to defrag a hard drive. i would recommend relaxing for a bit , let the computer rest. boot it up after it has rested. i'd like to know how it runs in a cold boot.

congratz
justmike

is their anything else i can assist you with?
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06 Oct 2011   #34
justmike

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

I did that, it returned with: You do not need to de-fragment this volume.

Other things it said was Total fragmented space: 9%.

Yes, I use Puran Defrag and might do a boot time defrag too.

Ok sure, will do that tonight.

Thanks quester, hopefully disabling the Marvell Controller solves the black screen problem. I'll report back if it comes back again. Other than that the computer runs perfect (so it should, it's new).
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06 Oct 2011   #35
quester12

multiple operating systems xp pro 32bit win7 64 bit pro and ultimate
 
 

justmike, you are very welcome. we are just a post away to help. thats why this forum is here... to help others and get help.

" if you build it.... it might work"
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06 Oct 2011   #36
justmike

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 

Hi quester,

Left the computer off all night, so about 7-8 hours. Turned it on now, and still works as good as it was before.

Hopefully that ends the black screen drama.
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06 Oct 2011   #37
quester12

multiple operating systems xp pro 32bit win7 64 bit pro and ultimate
 
 

justmike... glad to hear it .

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