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  • PHOENIX PRO 60GB too slow...

    hey i have a phoenix pro 60gb ssd but crystaldiskmark 3.0 shows it is much slower than it should be... can you help me?


    http://www.img-share.net/uploads/87ssd.png

    thx !

  • #2
    Hi MystBoy

    Which OS did you use?

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    • #3
      I'm using win7 64bit
      I have already switchend to ahci mode and installed the hot fix bevore doing this.
      The ssd has one patition and it's the system patition.
      I also have 2 other normal hdd in my pc
      Thx for the fast reply
      Last edited by MystBoy; 10-28-2010, 12:23 AM. Reason: spelling

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      • #4
        Hi

        how did you set your OS?

        Did you use software( like ghost software) to recover OS?

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        • #5
          ahci was dissabled during the instalation and i unpluged the other hdds cause a friend told me to do so.

          i used a win7 64bit ultimate cd to install the os.

          but i installed the hotfix for ahci and enabled it after the installation.

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          • #6
            Hi MystBoy

            I think the best way for you is backup your DATA and erase your SSD.
            please visit our forum step to erase your SSD
            let me know does it work

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            • #7
              shall i back up all my files erase my ssd and re install win7 or shall i make a dump with northon ghost erase my ssd and put the dump back on the ssd?

              sry my i don't exactly understand what opinion you mean cause my english is not the best im from austria...

              i will try it in the afternoon, cause i'm now at work and the ssd is in my home pc...

              would it help updating the firmware? i don't know what ersion it's curently running it's the same it was delivered with...
              Last edited by MystBoy; 10-28-2010, 01:42 AM. Reason: doubel post

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              • #8
                you can back up you file and erase your SSD then reinstall WIN 7

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