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Windows 7: Disk numbers in Disk Management matters?

16 Oct 2011   #11

windows 7 ultimate x64

maybe it's bad word chioce but the same thing and i undrstand that but situation on motherboard is like this physicaly first sata 6gb port 1 and 2 than standard sata port 1,2,3,4,5 and 6. till now i had everithing on standard sata without using sata 6gb ports and now i have besides that sata 3 device on 1st sata 6gb port. if you think that what you wrote is solution for my problem please explain it to me a little bit becouse i didn't understand it.

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16 Oct 2011   #12

Windows 7x64 Home Premium SP1

This discussion has occurred a number of times on this forum without a definite resolution.
My current favourite theory goes to "Dwarf"
Diskpart / Disk Management vs the BIOS
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16 Oct 2011   #13

windows 7 ultimate x64

thanks man i allready start to think that i'm crazy. i had this issue before with sata 2 devices but i allways manage to sort them in order of port numbers. yesterday when I connect ssd on sata 3 and without thinking install win7 i tought maybe that is the problem. now i've done fresh install of win7 on sata 3 ssd where i disconnect all other disks on sata 2 ports and i'm even get rid of 100mb system reserved partition. i must tell that i didn't solve the problem after i installed everithing what windows needs from drivers i connect all other( 3 of them they are all logical drives) disks and they are sort in order of port numbers from 1-3 (disk 0-2) but ssd was again in place of disk 3 containing only one system partition. makes me crazy. thanks
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