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Received first SSD as a gift! (yay) what do I do now? serious help and questions

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3 years ago#11
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And there's no need to unplug your HDD when installing the SSD.
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3 years ago#12
IWerdnAndreW posted...
Make sure your sata port which the ssd is connected to is set to AHCI


Where is BIOS is it? I can't find it. On my phone at the moment.
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3 years ago#13
When I select achi in the in chip start devices I can't see th ssd anymore in the standard cmos. What do I do? If I leave it in IDE I can. Help
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3 years ago#14
I'm still in BIOS completely stuck, should I just continue in IDE mode? Will I be able to change it to ahci with no problems once windows is up?
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3 years ago#15
If I enable ahci under the raid mode (only place for the option) my ssd and my cd drive disappear. What should I do?
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3 years ago#16
You might need AHCI drivers for your computer. Also, check to see which ports the drives are plugged into. Make sure your SSD is on one of the AHCI ports. You should probably plug everything else (HDD, optical drives, eSATA ports) into regular SATA ports, not AHCI/RAID ones. There's no need for them to be plugged into those.
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