I assume that you mean that Win 7 is unbootable. I wish it was unbeatable :-)
I have the same issue. I am using Intel® Desktop Board DZ68DB with an i7-2600 processor.
There seems to be some commonalities among the computers with problems"
* There are a large number of users with 2TB disks. I have a 2TB disk, could this cause problems?
* We all seems to have chosen the "Maximize" option. Could this cause the disk to fail? (This is my biggest hunch, the documentation says that we need to set it to "enhanced").
* We all seem to run Windows 7.
This is a serious issue that Intel has to look into. It cannot be a coincidense that so many of us have the same problem.
It works fine for me.
Make sure the 100MB Windows "system" partition that is created during Windows installation goes to the magnetical disk, not to the SSD! The easiest way is to leave the SSD physically disconnected during Windows installation and only connect it once Win7 is fully installed. That's how I did it.- DZ68DB firmware 27,- SSD OCZ Agility3 60GB,- 1 TB Seagate magnetical hard drive,- Win7-64-HP,- acceleration in standard mode (write-through),- SSD completely used for acceleration.