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After the desktop computer is installed with a solid state drive, it cannot be opened.

Asked by: Kevin Morgan 225 views Hardware July 3, 2018

The desktop computer originally had a mechanical hard disk. Now, after adding a solid state hard disk, it can't be turned on, the display is not displayed, and the keyboard and mouse are not responding. The host feels no problem, and the fans are all working properly. After the SSD is removed, the line is installed before, or it can't be opened.

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  1. +3Votes  

    Install a new hard drive and you must have the system installed to boot. 1. The new hard disk must be partitioned to activate the primary partition. Otherwise, the system cannot be booted. 2, the new hard disk must be installed operating system, if there are multiple hard disks, you must set the priority in the bios boot from the new hard disk. 3, install the operating system, if there is a problem with the ghost installation method, then use Microsoft’s original CD to install. Because the ghsot system is a personal production, it is inevitable that there are bugs, if you can do it, you can use it. If there is a problem, use the original version of Microsoft. The original version is definitely no problem.

    Have your master set up?

    Carol- July 3, 2018 |

  2. +8Votes  

    Installing a new hard drive requires a system to be installed. 1. The new hard disk must be partitioned to activate the primary partition. Otherwise, the system cannot be booted. 2, the new hard disk must be installed operating system, if there are multiple hard disks, you must set the priority in the bios boot from the new hard disk. 3, install the operating system, if there is a problem with the ghost installation method, then use Microsoft’s original CD to install. Because the ghsot system is a personal production, it is inevitable that there are bugs, if you can do it, you can use it. If there is a problem, use the original version of Microsoft. The original version is definitely no problem.

    Henan Xinhua

    Ruth Anderson- July 4, 2018 |

  3. +3Votes  

    Memory Incompatibility  Try for a memory stick

    Christine Edwards- July 5, 2018 |

  4. +5Votes  

    Moving memory, It is possible to encounter memory during the installation process.

    Williams- July 5, 2018 |

  5. +2Votes  

    Need to reinstall the system on the SSD

    Stephen Walker- July 6, 2018 |

  6. +2Votes  

    This is caused by the motherboard SATA interface not compatible with this hard disk

    Watson- July 7, 2018 |

  7. +5Votes  

    The solid state drive does not Run the program

    Turner- July 9, 2018 |

  8. +6Votes  

    It should be incompatible or you have not set the boot method

    Ward- July 10, 2018 |

  9. +5Votes  

    The BIOS is set to the boot disk.

    Kevin Evans- July 10, 2018 |

  10. +1Votes  

    Your motherboard starts the solid state as the first order, so it can’t be turned on without the system. After removing it, set the hardware boot sequence again.

    Obviously you need to enter the bios to set up the master and slave hard drive, otherwise the system defaults to the newly installed solid state drive, the solid state drive does not enter the system

    Nancy Roberts- July 12, 2018 |

  11. +1Votes  

    Pushing self-test is a reaction? According to the alarm sound at the time of self-test to determine the main reason, and then the right medicine

    Raymond Davies- July 12, 2018 |

  12. +7Votes  

    It is also possible that the button battery of the host has no electricity, take a look at

    Peter Williams- July 12, 2018 |

  13. +7Votes  

    This estimate is a bad memory contact.

    Lisa Evans- July 13, 2018 |

  14. +7Votes  

    This has nothing to do with the addition of solid state drives, it may be encountered in the memory or graphics card, causing them to contact poorly, and make the boot no display, after the shutdown, the memory and graphics card (independent graphics) plug and try test.

    Timothy Wilson- July 13, 2018 |

  15. +3Votes  

    Check the installation of the operating system.

    King- July 14, 2018 |

  16. +6Votes  

    It may be that the hardware is not compatible. You are going to sell the SSD and ask him if he has encountered such a problem before.

    David Harris- July 14, 2018 |