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Then,disconnect HDD completely, Install SSD on SATAIII port no.1- Re-install W7. Install in IDE mode & change once installed TO AHCI or set BIOS to AHCI then install. the SSD drive and the bootable firmware must be on the same SATA controller or they do not talk to each other..... all bios settings are correct to be UEFI aware help?! updating firmware killed my windows boot loader for me, i have just posted in your other thread and await some advice ..I believe W7 has AHCI drivers w/install,or gets them w/first update. What programs are really best / needed for making sure things keep running smoothly long term with out filling up my system with Bloat-ware Crap I'll never use ? cant see windows install CD to run repair (which fixes the problem automatically) need a work around ..And is there some overlap in what the programs DO ... Thanks in advance All you really need is Crystal disk info for SMART data readings and maybe HD Tune for HDDs to do corrupt sector scans..anything at all.I just have CDI and AS SSD on my system all the time as the portables.SSD life is whatever, I don't need it as the SMART data tells me the life of my SSDs.Parted Magic is its own Linux OS, that doesn't count.i ARDA Best to do as you thought- Update drive firmware w/OCZ toolbox first,before doing anything with drive. updating firmware killed my windows boot loader for me, i have just posted in your other thread and await some advice ..

(some MB's need seperate,bizarre steps to add AHCI from USB/Floppy before install- yours I believe is modern enough-it defaults to AHCI in BIOS) Double check by searching OCN/Sean Webster's awesome SSD info posts/stickies, look in official Sabertooth Z77 thread... And is there some overlap in what the programs DO ... Thanks in advance Originally Posted by milespeed a note on firmware install for crucial m4 128 .. the SSD drive and the bootable firmware must be on the same SATA controller or they do not talk to each other..... all bios settings are correct to be UEFI aware help?!

What programs are really best / needed for making sure things keep running smoothly long term with out filling up my system with Bloat-ware Crap I'll never use ?

AS SSD is for me to help trouble shoot other's rig as it tells me what driver/SATA mode they use, alignment, and a few other things based on scores of how they have their SSD set up.

Crystal disk mark varies too much depending on settings and lists no system information so it is not good for troubleshooting.

I am thinking that when my SSD arrives i should just connect it to my rig where my HDD is the primary bootable disc, and than upgrade the SSD via the toolbox of OCZ Do i still have to enable the AHCI mode on the bios and so on?

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