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Lenovo Ideapad Z585 & Win 7 Home Premium 64bit SSD issue
Pardon my weak grammar & spelling as English is not my mother tongue.
4-5 days ago I try to upgrade my Lenovo Ideapad Z585 with 120 gig SSD but much to my dismay, Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit did not install successfully, something about "unable to install" ( I typing this from memory, sorry).
At first, the technician suspected the Intel SSD 120 gig is not compatible with AMD chipset in my Lenovo so I change to Corsair 128 gig but error is still the same during clean installation. AHCI is enabled in BIOS too.
But it remains a frustrating mystery for me.
Can anyone in the forum shed some light on this?
Thank you for your time & attention.
This is some core specifications of my laptop;
AMD Trinity A6 series APU
AMD A70M FCH M3
DDR3 1066, 1333, 1600 MT/s for Ivy Bridge Dual and
Quad Core CPU
DDR3 1066, 1333 MT/s for Sandy Bridge Dual Core CPU
DMI × 4, 4Gb/s
FDI 8 lanes (2channels), 2.7Gb/s
AMD Thames XT
15.6 HD LED Panel, Flat type, 1366 × 768 pixels, 200 nit
DDR3 up to 1600 SODIMM (× 2)
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