I have just installed a Samsung 830 for my OS and games, I have disconnected the HHD for the installation, however I connected the SSD to the 3GBs port instead of the 6GBs one, because Intel driver (port 3GB) is better than the Marvel (6GB), but my system is Intel -- I don´t know how it works for AMD.
I would make a system repair disk using the Windows 7 repair disk wizard, then disconnect the HDD and restart with only the SSD and system repair disk CD in place to fix the SRP and/or bootloader. That has always worked for me.
disconnecting the drive and booting off the ssd will work, or if its 'bouncing' off the other hdd then you can put in the original Windows 7 DVD and boot from that, select startup repair and it will check and rebuild / replace the boot loader/config etc (just dont go past that install window!)
also make sure you have the latest chipset drivers installed, and enable disk caching!