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gigabyte dmi pool data problems


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#1 pallmall

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Posted 19 February 2013 - 11:04 PM

im having a problem with the DMI pool data verification during start up 

 

mobo= gigabyte x58a-oc 

hdd wd green caviar 1tb x2 and a 60 gig corsair SSD

 

 

ok so whats going on is im trying to remove the SSD from the desktop and place it in my laptop. when i do this my desk top well not recognize my windows system disk during start-up but the moment i put the SSD back into the desktop i boot into my os with no problems. 

what its saying after post is " verifying DMI pool data......" then it asks. "boot from cd/dvd...." after that it asks to insert system disk and push enter. the thing thats got me is my OS is not installed to the SSDits in the primary WD HDD how i know this is the SSD is 58.5 gigs free of 60 i know that extra little bit that missing is the allocation unit which every storage unit has.

 

i would like some info on how to get by this problem 

 

the ssd was installed before my os 

 

 



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#2 hamluis

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Posted 20 February 2013 - 10:37 AM

Go to Disk Management...Start/Run/type dskmgmt.msc and hit Enter...take a screenshot and post same, reflecting both drives attached, please.

 

How To Capture And Edit A Screen Shot - http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/topic43088.html/page__gopid__2493350

 

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Posted 20 February 2013 - 11:55 AM

thank you but i figured out how to fix it. basicly what i did was take the drive out then turn the system on with my WIN 8 dvd in and did the auto repair took about 10 seconds to do and everything was working fine 

it seemed like windows had placed the MBR or some other mandatory boot file on the SSD instead of placing them with the rest of windows on C:\  . if i run into the problem again i well be sure to get a screen shot of Disk management 



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Posted 20 February 2013 - 09:18 PM

FWIW:  If you want to move the boot files to another location/partition/drive...you can install EasyBCD  and use that function to do so.

 

Glad you solved it, happy computing :).

 

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