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Old September 25, 2012, 09:54 AM
moocow moocow is offline
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Use Ultimate Boot Disk instead to run your HDD diagnostic instead. Hard to say what's wrong, it could be bad memory, bad SSD, bad board, or bad SATA cable. I doubt Windows will have separate warning message SSD and HDD so it could be your SSD having problems. I suggest you unplug the HDD and see if the problem comes back.
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