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Win 7 Install on SSD

Discussion in 'Storage' started by Irocing, Aug 2, 2012.

  1. Irocing

    Irocing New Member

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    Just wondering if it is better to not have the Net hooked up during the Fresh install
    on the SSD.

    Then hook back up to update all the drivers for the MB,Graphis,Sound, ect.

    Thanks:)
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    It won't make a difference. Just install as you ever would.
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    considering this thread and your other thread, just have your ssd (and whatever you're using to install windows) plugged in while installing. I wouldn't plug in any additional hdds.
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    Irocing New Member

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    I always unplug all other drives before loading.

    Remember making that mistake a few years ago and not paying attention and
    had to reload. LOL

    Thanks.

    later
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    Yes, I too made that mistake a few years back, won't make it again lol :toast:
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