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    Windows Vista is not recognizing SSD drive

    I have bought SSD drive for my PC that runs in Windows Vista. But it is not displayed in my system. The Bios recognizes the drive successfully as I can see the device properties. What should be done in such a situation?



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    Aniruddha Array
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    Re: Windows Vista is not recognizing SSD drive

    Hi,

    Your problem might have generated from an older version of driver file for Disk Drives.

    Go to Control Panel and subsiquently to the Device Manager where you will find the drivers installed , if you fail to see the SSD driver then install it either from any media that was supplied to you by the manufacturer, or download from the Manufacturers site on the net, providing exact model number of SSD, and install in the system bearing Windows Vista.

    Once installed reboot, and windows will recognize the SSD.

    Thanks.

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