Install win 7 on msi build pc Tags: Homebuilt Solid State Build MSI Systems Last response: December 30, 2012 1:01 PM in Systems Share austymcdan December 30, 2012 3:19:17 AM Hello, when trying to install my win 7 builders version dvd in my built pc with msi mobo and solid state drive it just keeps cycling thru the the startup process. any ideas? More about : install win msi build o1die a b B Homebuilt system December 30, 2012 12:39:08 PM You might try installing windows in "native ide" mode instead of achi. You can then change your installation from ide to achi after you finish using this procedure: http://bourlas.alloenablog.com/2011/01/09/how-to-enable... I often clone my ssd's, since a full windows 7 install has all the achi and sata drivers. hytecgowthaman December 30, 2012 1:01:11 PM Give more info about u r problem. And give full system configuration. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources RAID 0 w/SSD MSI win7 64 Forum Scan lines / Screen Tearing for Video Games | Win7 Brand New PC build Forum MSI X79-GD45 (8D) - Win 7 x64 pro installation questions - Please help Forum Need help instaling win 7 64 oem on new pc !!!! keeps rebooting Forum Win 7 pro x64 retail install failure.. new build Forum Graphics chipset in MSI 785GM-E65 MOBO is incompatible with Win7 ? Forum Install AMD Catalyst on SSD ( win 7 OS) or HDD Forum Win 7 failes to install on newly build PC Forum Having a hard time doing a Win 7 installation Forum Can't Install Win 7 on OC Forum HELP! random freeze with MSI X58 Pro-E + 3gb PC 12800 Patriot on Win7 Forum Questions on using Win 8 Upgrade for Clean Install and such (Help) Forum Win7 install fails at 75% Forum Win7 wont install Forum Feedback on new build. Forum Urgent help required. New build + Install Forum Can you install WinXP SP 1 on a new build w/ PCIe Express card? Forum [Solved] New Build Install process question Forum Windows install freezes before it begins on fresh install of new build Forum Can't install Windows on my SSD/new build Forum More resources Read discussions in other Systems categories Homebuilt New Build Prebuilt Cases Power Supplies RAM CyberPower !