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Do you have install something like fancycache or another program to detect SSD? Stop them and try again.
Thanks for the reply.
Do I really need this ToolBox program?
I thought Win7 would manage the ssd...
I removed a program jmicron that was installed with my motherboard drivers(from reg also) . No luck
The only thing I had installed was win7, MSI motherboard Drivers, ATI Radeon Drivers, and windows update.
Any other ideas...Thanks
I have exactly the same problem and the problem seems to lie in the chipset drivers for your motherboard, I have a gigabyte motherboard and as soon as I install the AHCI software drivers, I get this message is do I uninstall only AHCI driver and it works fine, so the question I might add is: do I need AHCI software or it is enough that it is enabled in the BIOS?
Excuse the spelling but when I use google translation to make it easier for me.I
Your english is perfect.
I had uninstalled AMD/ATI ACHI drivers and let windows 7 64bit install whatever microsoft forced it to install.
It works now with no issues, so I guess the amd drivers were the problem.