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|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|02-27-2013 04:53 PM|
|someone28624||Hehehe. First time starting office off the SSD: I'm in love.|
|02-27-2013 03:10 PM|
|02-27-2013 01:47 PM|
|02-27-2013 01:08 PM|
|02-27-2013 11:59 AM|
CPU Fan Error means you don't have anything plugged into the CPU Fan 1 pin on your Motherboard
if you run your fans off of your PSU via Molex, you'll always get this problem
you can disable the CPU fan check if you go into Bios.
|02-27-2013 08:49 AM|
|someone28624||Fun fact: CPU fans don't run well with cables intwined in them.|
|02-26-2013 05:36 PM|
|someone28624||I bought the cable I linked and installed the drive and installed Windows. Everything was going well but I broke my computer. When I boot I get an error- CPU Fan Error, press f1 to continue. I press F1 and everything seems fine for a few minutes, then the computer just powers off. Interestingly, I can even hear the fan running at a normal volume. While I had the case open I cleaned some dust off the fan, so I'm guessing I dislodged something and my first step is to open the case back up and check connections?|
|02-26-2013 11:21 AM|
Looks like I need this guy?
|02-26-2013 11:11 AM|
|someone28624||New problem. Finally went to install the drive today and I have 4 SATA connectors from my PSU . Given that I already have two hard drives and two optical drives, I have no place to plug a third drive into my PSU. Is there any easy way to add more connections?|
|02-11-2013 10:42 PM|
|02-11-2013 07:32 AM|
Windows itself has most drivers you need... slim drivers will find and update the rest
Clean install then run slimdrivers
|02-11-2013 05:56 AM|
|02-09-2013 04:12 PM|
Do a Windows Easy Transfer (Just type "Windows Easy" at run line and you'll find it) to make sure you saved everything (It finds EVERYTHING!)... put migration file on a different drive or external drive....
Then run again to bring back data and settings (after clean install and re-installation of any programs)
Also run a keyfinder.... and make note of any keys for later if needed.
|02-09-2013 04:06 PM|
If you want to make sure you have everything, you can also do a backup/clone if you have a spare drive so you know you have everything backed up.
|02-09-2013 04:00 PM|
...according to Dr. Hughes(one of the principal creators of S.M.A.R.T. and Secure Erase ), there's nothing to suggest that its products are significantly more reliable than the best hard drive solutions.
Hard drives are well known...SSDs only have a 2 year history. I'll take well-known any day when it comes to DATA.
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