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Old October 12, 2011, 11:04 PM
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Originally Posted by ilya View Post
If it's what I think it is, it's Windows 7 being Windows and not playing nice with the southbridge chipset. (personally had lots of similar more severe issues) All you can really do is try uninstalling AHCI/IDE/RAID drivers and trying new drivers directly from the OEM website. If it doesn't work, try third party drivers or changing from AHCI/IDE/RAID (whatever you used to install Windows) to something else and try again.
If these don't work what are my other options? If I do a clean install is there a setting in Windows etc to avoid this problem? Are the problems within the registrys etc? I tried switching from IDE and RAID and AHCI, everything but AHCI, which I used to install Windows, blue screens me.
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