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Windows 7: Wrong alignment on SSD?

09 Aug 2014   #11

Windows 10 Pro X64

No, I don't want to start over. It would take me days to get back to where I am now. If I ever have a problem that requires a reinstall then I will but the way it is running now I don't see a need.

Thanks for the info and suggestions though.

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 Wrong alignment on SSD?

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