A real bug bear that keeps turning up is when adding a new ssd drive to upgrade a computer the Windows installation throws up a blue screen when installing Windows 7.
Adding the right drivers via DVD/USB is something I have never found a good "How To" on...
The next thing is even when you look at the drivers for your motherboard chipset etc there is a list....
Intel rapid storage, intel matrix storage, jmicron.
When unpacked there is so many to choose from...how can I choose the right one when the manufacture lists all of them for my motherboard?
OK...most often you can set sata to ide and then activate ahci after installation - but that doesn't Always work...?!
Check your hardware is usually the reply to such a problem...but if you have had a fully functioning computer prior to adding a new ssd drive...it is hardly likely to be a hardware problem...
When adding drivers on install you can hide drivers not for your computer...that doesn't Always work either because you are left with a driver that doesn't want to install?!
Can someone give me some info on a good "How To" and how one chooses the right drivers when installing Windows 7 etc