Issue: After completing the Windows 7 64 bit install, the screen goes black with a white blinking cursor. After rebooting the screen freezes at the ‘Starting Windows’ screen which should proceed with the configuration of the Windows 7 install (select computer & user name, etc.) Before the ‘Starting Windows’ screen there is the following message: “Boot from AHCI CD-ROM” or something similar. This was not present when XP was running successfully. Throughout this process I ran into a BSOD which mentioned iaStorV.sys which apparently relates to the Intel Matrix Storage Manager as explained here. Action Taken: -I tried repairing the windows installation using the Windows 7 DVD, but it could not find anything. -I tried booting into safe mode, but it said Windows needs to install first. Version Numbers & BIOS Setetings: ThinkStation S10 6423 CTO Flash EEPROM Revision Level: 2WKT32AUS Boot Block Revision Level: 2W27A BIOS Date: 05/08/08 Intel Matrix Storage Manager option ROM v220.127.116.111 ICH9R wRAID5 With the following BIOS settings under IDE Drives Setup: Serial ATA: [Enabled] Native Mode: [Automatic] Hard Disk Pre-Delay: [Disabled] SATA RAID Enable: [Enabled] Questions: -Any suggestions on how to successfully install Windows 7 on an S10? -Do I need a Windows 7 driver for the Intel Matrix Storage ICH9R? Such as, Intel Rapid Storage Technology driver for Windows 7? Is Intel Matrix Storage Manager the same as Intel Rapid Storage?