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Do not do this. Thanks everybody for any help! WinXP did see the drive for about 1 second in "My Computer" and it had the same drive letters I gave it the last time in the Win7 Installation but It AHCI/IDE issue is never intermittent. have a peek here

Argh! It freezes a few seconds into loading Windows. Could the update have messed up a driver for the SSD or something? I had gone searching for solutions before. http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/215967-bsod-after-clean-win7-installation-new-ssd-kingston.html

Should I install a codec pack? You stated different step for Intel in your answer, can I request to elaborate it so I know which drivers to download from Intel site/?? Try this first, then if it doesn't work you can try doing the REGEDIT tip. Thank you!

watching YouTube pause then come back and no sound, restarts... Both OS worked without issue in IDE mode but I enabled AHCI through the BIOS to speed up the drive. and finally you can switch back and forth your sata mode without to reinstall os. Ubuntu 14.04 recognized the new SSD drive7.

I'm installing from a USB created with the microsoft usb tool, which have worked wonders in the past. more hot questions question feed about us tour help blog chat data legal privacy policy work here advertising info mobile contact us feedback Technology Life / Arts Culture / Recreation Science Enter "select disk x" (where x is the number of your disk). http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1822039/bsod-clean-install.html Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > SYSTEM > CurrentControlSet > Services > Msahci. 2.

Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a Thanks for the post, at least theres hope. Do not do this. Make sure to REBOOT as the changes to the SSD will not show up in Win 8 until you restart the computer.BTW, the HiRens Boot CD partition tools can do the

  1. Bios recognized it.3.
  2. Here is what I did and it worked.If you are using Windows 7 and you go to do a your fresh installation and the drive does not show up as available
  3. So I went to the source, saw the creator of the AHCI Raid driver was AMD, and went to their page and downloaded drivers for the Southbridge controller, updated for Windows
  4. I wanted to replace it with a Samsung 830 256GB SSD.
  5. Result of chkdsk is that "Windows didnt find any errors in file system" but there is also one fact: "The system deleted 166 unused items of index $SDH of file 0x9."
  6. which is nice Reply to jensrobot GlobberMar 19, 2014, 4:57 PM jensrobot said: gqsmooth said: Quote: Try the OS in IDE mode NOT AHCI.
  7. PC freezed so I had to turned it of hard.
  8. WinXP installation didn't recognize it, but the SSD drive was shown in "Disk Management" and it had a "Uninitialized" state4.

Do I have still to export info from event viewer? \ Nope. https://www.eightforums.com/installation-setup/37979-whats-proper-way-clean-install-win8-new-ssd.html Install the drivers. Next I tried to get info from event viewer but during that I got BSOD. And when I also try to open a program it'll say file corrupted.

Started computer right up and was able to install windows without a problem. http://wkpadv.com/bsod-after/bsod-after-updating-flash-x64.html Me scratching my head and thinking.....15. Thanks for your input gaise.The pc is only gonna be used a couple of days a month, its a "borrow" pc that people can use when they dont bring their own. If you install the OS in IDE, it's just a pain in the ass to switch back.

Reply to Electigo TimeMaster01Dec 4, 2014, 11:18 PM http://www.wikihow.com/Install-Windows-from-a-USB-Flash-Driveon this link you can find steps to install windows 7 via usb and there are steps to format the USB, you can It worked fine for a while but then it started freezing and stuttering without warning. I contacted the Silicon Power support and they told me that when u are using SSD, it is recommended that you set up AHCI mode in BIOS. http://wkpadv.com/bsod-after/bsod-after-chipset-driver.html Bios sees the Samsung 840 Pro, but Windows doesn't.

My machine is the HP p6754y which has a N-Alvorix-RS880-uATX motherboard. Not only does that help others but it also gives us a vote of confidence which is great to see. In my opinion only those users who do not have a decent backup regime are scared of re-installation.

I had the same problem.

Reply to Aaroneous Martin_4Sep 21, 2015, 12:26 PM I was making a clean install of Windows 10 on two computers and could not get past the "no disk, select driver" issue Writing this for the second time as my comp BSOD'd while I was first writing this. :cry: So, I recently (last two weeks) installed a new SSD into my 5 year Also be sure to check out the "Useful SSD Articles Part 2" topic in these forums for some suggested tweaks to your disk to optimize for Win 7. i’m kinda new with SSD’s…Thanks [email protected] It is unlikely that your SSD is faulty but a fresh install makes it so much easier to get things right and stay away from

Installation & Setup Clean install of Win8, and now BSODs everywhere.I started my day with a stable Vista machine, and ended my day with a highly unstable Windows 8 machine. I am actually afraid to do this myself but have no choice I guess. WinXP installation didn't recognize it, but the SSD drive was shown in "Disk Management" and it had a "Uninitialized" state4. http://wkpadv.com/bsod-after/bsod-after-playing-l4d2.html In your windows folder there is a box checked " do not detect empty hard drives".

Mostly looking for best storage drivers (Nividia offers nothing they recommend with SSD+Raid's) you would recommend me look into, and if its all worth it with my hardware limitations (possibly No OS Windows 8.1 pro Quote 29 Dec 2013 #2 Brink View Profile View Forum Posts Administrator Posts : 22,007 64-bit Windows 10 Hello Blugga, and welcome to Eight Forums. That looks like a good plan. Not sure what.Any help would be awesome thanksQ Reply to qholmes gandalf69May 27, 2012, 1:47 AM gqsmooth said: Quote: Try the OS in IDE mode NOT AHCI.

Reply to neural0 John PombrioMar 18, 2013, 10:45 PM Works great on Win 8 also (the whole enchilada- create partition, set active and format ntfs). Reply Reymund Benedicto Macabenta says: February 20, 2015 at 6:29 am Hello Guys; I also experienced the same problem when I replaced my old hard drive with ssd samsung 840 evo, However, in the Asus BIOS for the P6X58D-E there are TWO settings for AHCI and as soon as I used a combination of IDE and AHCI rather than just AHCI, the Reply to Rusty_v Related Resources Clean windows 7 pro install won't detect non-boot SATA drives even though BIOS shows it / them Windows 7 not detect SSD through installer, but shows

Bought a new SSD (ADATA SX900 64GB)2. Diskpart in Win7 Installation after issuing "list disk" said "There are no fix drives to list"6. That should install the OS. After I did this, Windows 7 installation saw the drive.