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Windows 7: Error Boot Cannot read SSD disk

03 Apr 2013   #1

Win 7 Ultimate 64 Bits
Error Boot Cannot read SSD disk

Hi ! I have Win 7 64 Bits , and i buy a SSD few days ago and format my HDD so i install Win on the SSD . All be fine , but today i turn on the PC and show the next message 'Cannot read from boot disk Press CTRL + ALT + DEL to restart.' . So i open the case and change the sata cable of the SSD from Sata number 3 to Sata number 1 . Then i turn the pc on , and the bios doest recognize the SSD in SATA port 1 !!! So i boot with the DVD of Win 7 and choose Reparir disk boot , and show me that the partition table is not correct and was fixed , so i restart the PC and Win 7 boot corectly ! But i am afraid if my NEW SSD have a problem , or when i Format the SSD i do it wrong ( i choose the format normal ) or anything is bad on the SSD or my motherboard , i dont know .

Please HELP ! Thanks

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03 Apr 2013   #2

Windows 10 64 bit

SSD's have been known to die without warning and sometimes quick. I suspect that is your problem. You will have to go back to the conventional hard drive until you get the SSD replaced. If its a new SSD it should be covered under warranty.
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03 Apr 2013   #3

Win 7 Ultimate 64 Bits

But if neW ! This SSD doesnt have 1 month yet...
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03 Apr 2013   #4

Win 7 Ultimate 64 Bits

I am very mad , a BSOD now , here the minidump ... Is problem of the SSD sure ??? I use the SSD in AHCI mode , but now i put in IDE
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