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Windows 7: 3 Sequential Boot Crashes, now have Windows installed on 3 HDDs

23 Nov 2014   #31
gregrocker

 

We would have been negligent if we didn't suggest that failing IRST acceleration you at least reconsider installing to the SSD. You seem to think your programs would need to all go on the HD but most would fit on the SSD to benefit from much faster speeds than you get now with IRST caching.

I explained earlier we have helped users who wanted to install on the 32gb SSD cache on MSATA hard drives which they always report to be much faster than caching and usually spurs them to buy a bigger SSD. You had twice as much space as they did.

That said, you did excellent work here searching out the arcane solution to your problem, one which should help others for years to come. This is an example of how running down every search result can often pay off for those who take the time and effort.


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23 Nov 2014   #32
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Glad you figured it out and have it the way you want it

That`s all that matters.
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