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Windows 7: HDD kills Display

09 Apr 2019   #51
Megahertz07

Windows 7 HP 64
 
 

You never mention that the SSD was a MVMe M.2, That is why nothing had worked.

It didn't work on the attempt of new install because you didn't add the USB 3.x AND the MVMe M.2 drivers.
And it won't work if you clone the old HDD to the new M.2.

You have to add the USB 3.x AND the MVMe M.2 drivers to the Win 7 installation disk.


Follow the instructions on post #42
HDD kills Display

The MVMe drivers download from here Update your Win 7 installation media.


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