After performing the above procedure your windows will be able to boot quickly.
I don't really want to fork out for a new one, but I guess I'll have to if this persists, probably a faster trump chances of winning the presidency bigger 1TB 7200rpm drive.
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I uninstalled everything from the SSD and then reinstalled but nothing changed.
Boosted1g said: Did you remove the old version of windows from the hard disk drive?It might be booting from hard drive and not from the ssd drive.Just the boot that is the issue.Thanks for your feedback.I would suggest you to contact your computer manufacturer for further assistance with the issue.I use Windows 7 professional x64.Set bios to SSD boot.This problem comes sometimes, but dont worry.It's like the laptop has timed out trying to load the HDD after this time period and just boots to win 8 anyway.By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use.
I get very slow boot times up to 1-2 minutes.
If your, cD/DVD does not work, then press F8 to boot menu and start from bootable USB Win 7 and select repair option from there.