If the drive is running on just IDE settings, will that screw it up or will there be performance losses? I haven’t tried going into the configuration yet because I didn’t want to lose the information that is on the main screen. Disco Gerbil Team Leader. I’ve checked the bios during startup. I’ve changed that setting back, and now it booted fine.
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You could try moving your boot drive to that port, enable AHCI on the regular ports and then move the drive back after the drivers are installed. Can memtest test each individual stick while both are still in place? Or is it just a short 890xfa-gd70 performance issue that will go away one I re-install Windows? To tell you the truth, I’m having some difficulties with my machine that I thought the new drive and reinstall of Windows would fixso I can’t really say too much more about the improved performance.
Pretty much all newer SSD drives support TRIM, but check the manufactuer spec page first, or boot into a linux livecd knoppix, system rescue cd, etc It’s still going using the laptop right now.
If memtest gives errors on only 1 of the sticks, trying running the system with out that stick and see if stability improves. Last edited by Disco on Tue Jun 12, 3: Once I mdi some more information from the test, I’ll start a new thread since we are so far off topic. The last bit of the ‘bios startup’ screens looked a bit glitchy, and then I saw the windows logo only long enough for it to go black and reboot.
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So, I’m not quite sure what to make of that. There is no apparent reason for this random crashing. Disco Gerbil Team Leader. My big question now is: I did the step 1, and did remove the original hard drive after updating the SSD firmware 890fda-gd70.
I’ve switched the video card, with no luck. Does that indicate that it is the ‘second” stick whichever that one is?
Edit – I’m trying to get the kids on their way to school and my wife to work and the car to the repair shop I have not played any games or benchmarked anything since the install. I’ve checked the bios during startup.
Put it in the system, update the firmware via livecd or add it as a 2nd drive, boot into windows, and do it from there 2. I can be in the middle of MS Excel, or I can just look at the computer in the morning and find that it has crashed on its own overnight. But it this something that is completely taken care of by Windows 7? I’ve run the memtest overnight. If memtest is giving any errors, one issue is likely the RAM itself. Edit 2 – Kids and wife are on their way.
The issue you’re facing is normal, expected behavior. I couldn’t find anything in device manager either TRIM support will be shown.
Everything is ‘automatically selected’, but there is no indication of what settings have been selected. I haven’t tried going into the configuration yet because I didn’t want to lose the information that is on the main screen.
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No registered users and 0 guests. Airmantharp Emperor Gerbilius I. So, now I’m 890fxa-gv70 working my way thorough the components to figure out what’s going on.