Windows 7 will not recognize SSD Tags: Flash Media Windows 7 BIOS SSD Storage Last response: December 6, 2011 4:57 PM in Storage Share jelee December 6, 2011 4:20:26 PM Hello, I have just bought a vertex 2 60gb but if i install windows 7 it dont show up the ssd if im looking in diskpart it dont show up the ssd im looking hopeless for a solution of this problem Bios shows the ssd ACHI turned on in the bios latest firmware on ssd/bios More about : windows recognize ssd Dereck47 a b $ Windows 7 a c 544 G Storage December 6, 2011 4:42:49 PM Disconnect all drives from your motherboard and clear the CMOS. Then connect only your SSD and the CD/DVD drive that contains your Windows installation disk. See if that works. jelee December 6, 2011 4:57:16 PM The CMOS i have cleared several times, and the only drive what now active is on me system is the ssd (I do not use CD / DVD player any more) Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Configuring SSD and HDD - Windows 7 Won't Recognize Both Forum SolvedWindows 7 Recognize SSD as an SSD Forum SolvedInstalled Wİndows 7 to SSD, not recognizing HDD. Forum My SSD doesn't get recognized in Windows 7 Forum SolvedNew SSD recognized everywhere but Windows 7 Forum Installed SSD and fresh Windows 7, next day SSD not recognized Forum SolvedMy SSD doesn't get recognized in Windows 7 Forum Windows 7 "Disk read error occurred" SSD not recognized Forum SolvedWindows wont recognize Crucial m500 ssd Forum SolvedWill this SSD recognize Windows XP Forum Solvedwindowz ssd win7 won't recognize ssd Forum SolvedAsus P7p55d won't recognize Samsung 840 ssd Forum SolvedWindows wont recognize Samsung 840 ssd set up Forum Windows 7 not recognizing my Kingston SSD Forum Solvedwindows 7 cannot recognize ethernet cable Forum SolvedHow to get AHCI SSD Win 7 install to recognize some HHDs with data Forum SolvedWill Windows 7 recognize my 4TB HDD Forum SolvedWindows 7 fresh install doesn't recognize flash drives. Forum Solvedwindows 7 computer won't recognize TP Link adapter Forum SolvedNeither Windows 7 sp1 install disc or Windows XP sp3 on SATA hdd recognize my old 80GB ATA Hdd. Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !