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Posted 02 April 2013 - 12:11 PM
Posted 03 April 2013 - 09:52 AM
Have you tried temporarily taking the SSD out of the equation? In other words, try installing the OS on a regular hard drive and see if you get the same issues. If that works, then you could then test the video card and the mobo with the configuration...and then come back to the issue of the SSD if everything else works.
Posted 03 April 2013 - 01:42 PM
We tried slaving the ssd on another pc to update/install and it was still slow and barely even recognized the device. It seems there is a problem with that now. So, we did install Windows 8 on another hard drive and problems still persisted. We had multiple different bsod's that showed other bad parts. We tested the the hdd's and ram and those were fine. This lead me into looking into the mobo. First, I had a 7 key and tried that in case that mobo didn't play nice with 8. I didn't have at many problems with 7 as I did with 8 btu I was still having issues updating the pc. I then started reading about the mobo and most reviews on newegg said that there are alot of bugs on that mobo and to fix it you just need to update it. Of course, the computer crashed durign the update and not will not recover the bios. I am now assuming the mobo was bad the whole time and I am not sure if that lead to the other issues or not. Going to try to call intel to hopefully get a new one.
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