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    Default Re: Gigabyte p55a ud4 freezing on start up

    Now it's freezing at the splash screen again
    I do actually have a spare motherboard, but I only want to try that when we have exhausted all attempts to get my system up and running, if it's a ssd problem then obviously another mobo won't help

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    Default Re: Gigabyte p55a ud4 freezing on start up

    Right I swapped the vertex 4 over and rebooted, then swapped the m4 back and it now gets past the splash screen and asks for the windows installation disc like in the picture I posted, shall I now just get a windows disc and see if it fixes the problem? I still have no idea if it's a mobo problem or ssd problem....

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    Default Re: Gigabyte p55a ud4 freezing on start up

    Connect your Crucial M4 boot ssd to the sata2_0 port and leave it there.
    Disconnect your OCZ Vertex4 ssd.
    You will need the windows installation disk burned to an optical disk to attempt the windows repair.
    If needed, it's perfectly legal to download the official iso file and use it for repairing your system.
    You might need to disconnect all hardware that isn't needed for booting using the installation disk.
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    Default Re: Gigabyte p55a ud4 freezing on start up

    do what jim says,im still trying to figure out whats on your ssd's?? is it a dual boot with an os on each drive? or is it one with os and the other used for storage?

    also check what firmware you have on your m4,the latest version has issues with freezing ect,000f version should be fine
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    Default Re: Gigabyte p55a ud4 freezing on start up

    Quote Originally Posted by profJim View Post
    Connect your Crucial M4 boot ssd to the sata2_0 port and leave it there.
    Disconnect your OCZ Vertex4 ssd.
    You will need the windows installation disk burned to an optical disk to attempt the windows repair.
    If needed, it's perfectly legal to download the official iso file and use it for repairing your system.
    You might need to disconnect all hardware that isn't needed for booting using the installation disk.
    Ok I have the windows 7 disc, I connected just my m4 and clicked the repair option but it listed the drive as Games so my vertex 4 is actually my boot drive, so. Then connected my vertex 4 but the drive was not listed, it then told me to load drivers, I pressed load drivers and it does infect show my vertex 4 ssd but I don't know where I am supposed to locate the drivers at???? And I have 2 ssds because 1 is for games (m4) and the vertex 4 is good apps and movies,

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    Default Re: Gigabyte p55a ud4 freezing on start up

    Hmm ok so I clicked the recovery options box and clicked next, then clicked start up repair, it said it fixed one problem and restarted, then it just booted right from the disc again, am I supposed to keep selecting start up repair and keep restarting?

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    Default Re: Gigabyte p55a ud4 freezing on start up

    yeh do it a few times,sometimes it takes a few tries to fix it
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    Default Re: Gigabyte p55a ud4 freezing on start up

    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    yeh do it a few times,sometimes it takes a few tries to fix it
    Tried it 5 times and it still didn't work, it kept fixing the same thing something about the partition on the hard drive, I decided to do a clean install hopefully it will not up fine now, got any ideas what could of caused this when all I did was change some bios settings for my 4ghz overclock, because I'm going to overclock again when this fresh install is complete and don't want it messing up the hard drive again...

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