Low WEI on my Force 3 SSD

So I built a new computer about half a year ago and it was working really nicely, but then one day I had to change the boot order to boot a program from my memory stick, so I did, after using it I thought restoring the initial boot order is easier if I hit the "reset setting to default" button, so I hit it and set everything to default. Later I realized how dumb I was, because I reset-ted all of my SSD setting as well. Before the SSD was set on ACHI, but after it got set to IDE. The system rating for the SSD dropped from 7.8 to 5.9. After having discovered about the low rating I did some research and realized that I had to re enable ACHI, so I did following this guide > http://www.ocztechnologyforum.com/forum/showthread.php?69682-Change-from-IDE-to-AHCI-after-Installation . After doing it my rating did not change, it remained on 5.9. I run a benchmark to determine if my speeds were ok and it seems like it. And yes, I have connected my SSD to the SATA III plug on my mobo.

here is pic of my bechmark > http://s8.postimage.org/mlipuojkl/Untitled.png

How do I fix my problem, so the system rating goes back to 7.8. Thanks!

Here is my pc:

CPU: Intel i7 2600 CPU @ 3.9 liquid cooled by the H60.
GPU: MSI R6950 Twin Frozr III Power Edition/OC
RAM: Patriot G2 16GB
MoBo: MSI Z68A-GD65 (B3)
PSU: Corsair 850W
Case: Silverstone TJ09
SSD: Corsair Force 3 128 GB
HDD: 1.5 TB seagate 7200 rpm

I hope to have the solution soon, all of the best,
Angelo Maiuri
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  1. Reset WEI and then re-run it and see if that works.
    This link shows 3 ways to do it: http://windows7support247.wordpress.com/2011/01/07/how-to-reset-the-windows-experience-index-wei-in-windows-7/

    Try Option 3.
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