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    • Zitat von Fernando im Beitrag #32
      Have you tried to install the appropriate USB 3.0 drivers after having completed the Win7 installation?

      Impossible, as the USB is not recognized after first reboot. And I did not find the appropriate driver on the SSD.

      Zitat von Fernando im Beitrag #32
      Where did you expect to see the SSD? And what do you see there instead?

      After second rebooting, the startup fails and I get the "windows repair" windows. In the table, there is no disk. When triying to "install a driver", the select popup shows me a "Boot" disk of 35Mo containing a "windows" directory . I don't understand what is it as my USB key is 8Go.

    • I already did this and it works during the installation of win7 as the USB3 drivers are in the Win7 setup on the USB key.
      But after installation, the driver is not installed in win7.

      In other words, USB3 driver is OK only when booting from USB setup key.

    • Sorry, I made a mistake.

      After the first reboot during the setup, SSD is recognized and accessible but USB3 (and then the USB3 bootable key) is not available.
      I can enter win7 and in the device manager, a lot of drivers are not installed.

      After rebooting (when setup is completely finished), the SSD and the USB3 are not available. I just can see a 35Mo partition and the "repair windows" window is opened automatically, but nothing can run. All tests are finished with an error.

    • Hi all,

      Thanks to you, I'am now able to start the setup of Win7 by using the repair function and then get back to installation.
      Just one more thing, after first reboot during installation, "deactivate signed driver control" (press F8) is needed.

      But unfortunately after the installation the SSD is not seen any more.

      What could be wrong ?

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