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Thread: can't run win 7 on SSD as properlly

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    Default can't run win 7 on SSD as properlly

    I have bought a new computer (core i7 920 @ gigabyte X58A-UD7) including SSD (intel X-25M G2), and I'm trying to install Windows 7 on it and getting problems.
    After Win'7 installation ends and the screen show "starting windows..." the computer reboot itself, and it's happening again and again.
    When I connected the SSD to my old computer and tried to install it there it's goes without any problem...
    I don't know what to do...
    Any ideas?
    (and by the way, sorry for my english...)

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    Default Re: can't run win 7 on SSD as properlly

    Did you do the OS install fresh or restore a backup image?
    Was the drive new and have you made sure the firmware is updated.
    I just noticed this is an old post, so you've likely solved the problem by now.
    I'm thinking it's because the mode in which you installed the OS is different than the mode you have set in BIOS.
    ie...AHCI, RAID, IDE, etc.
    I spent a week or more trying to figure out what was up. :)

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    Default Re: can't run win 7 on SSD as properlly

    Be sure you have your SSD plugged into the first Intel port (Blue SATAII_0)

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