What are you using for the data migration?
I assume you are taking and then applying a disk image? If so, have you tried creating another image?
Have you attempted a Windows Repair using the installer disk?
Hi DuckieHo, thanks for responding.
I used the Migration tool downloaded from the Intel web site. It only requested a source drive (c:) and a destination drive (f: SSD) and from that point on, it was hands-off. Everything looked perfect except that the SSD would not boot.
I have the Professional version of Windows 7, so I'm going to do something similar to what you said, namely use the Windows Install disk to "build" a fresh Windows 7 system in the Intel SSD. I'll have to re-install some applications, but the end result should be a success.
I'll let you know if it worked out.
I successfully used my Windows 7 Installation disk to build a bonafide bootable copy of Windows 7 on the Intel SSD.
Happy to report that it works OK (and is significantly faster).
Let's close this out with me being a happy customer!