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January 15, 2013 6:56:19 PM

Hello,i have the following system:intel I7 920, acer x58 MoBo, 12GB corsair vengence triple channel ram, MSI HD6970 lightning vga, 128GB OCZ ssd with win 7 home premium on it, 500 GB samsung Hdd for media files. If the system goes iddle for a long time(and only then, otherwise the system works perfectly), it will freeze, meaning that i can only move the mouse cursor, nothing else reacts. Restarting the system is a fail, system wont recognize the SSD with windows on it. If i boot from Win dvd, i can see and reinstall windows on the ssd. this happened 3 times so far in the last ยง months, the only remedy being the format and reinstall of clean windows. pls help me out. thank you in advance, yours, Stefan.

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January 15, 2013 8:49:44 PM

Update the ssd's firmware though I'm surprised you needed to reinstall windows. On my htpc system a complete power down restart would re-detect the ssd and boot up fine.
January 16, 2013 6:12:47 PM

the message i get on reboot is *auto-detecting ahci port 6*..witch is the SSD port and it freezes there...cant even access BIOS unless i disconect the ssd...
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January 16, 2013 7:47:22 PM

Did you power the system completely off first?

Doesnt really matter... update its firmware is still the recommendation.
January 19, 2013 9:54:49 AM

It seems like my SSD is somehow fried by this incident. I tried to reformat it on 2 different computers but none of them *see* the ssd. Wheen its conected, the boot takes really long {the POST phase about 3 minutes and the actual boot another 5} but at the end i cant see it neither in bios neither in windows.
January 24, 2013 8:58:12 PM

OK, final answer, SSD is fried beyond repair.Yes, i still have the warranty. But i will try to switch for a Samsung 840 pro series..i hope it will work properly, i read very good things about it :) . Thx everyone for your input.
January 24, 2013 9:42:55 PM

no need to spend more money, OCZ is good at repairing/replacing these and they seem to work good afterwards now.