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With regards to a BIOS update to possibly fix the problem with the resolution on the TV, you'll find it on the same website where the drivers were. SSDs are a mixed bag for me as well. I've got snappy windows performance but the MSI Z68MA-G43 (G3) Intel SATA AHCIRAID you pay per GB isn't justified in my opinion, it's more of a gimmick at the moment. I don't have any case fan: I didn't have any proper space for the SSD in the case so I mounted it in a strange way: It might sound fragile and dangerous, but it's not.
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Concerning the BIOS resolution: It still has to be understood why Windows recognized the Maxtor hdd and didn't assign automatically a device letter to it. Is its file system FAT32 by any chance?
Sometimes that causes problems. I'm sure the SSD is fine, might be worth getting an adapter bracket soon though just for peace of mind.
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