I figured out that I was right-clicking to route the Drive location in the wrong place. It is running in D. I am now onto the stuttering problem, as it has reared its ugly head once again. This computer is a Freezy McFreezerson. Its father was Mr. Freeze. More like "MicroStutterInternational", amirite. K enough, but the point still stands. Open a program? 2 second freeze. Want to browse the internet? One second freeze. Freeze, freeze, freeze. I've clean installed the OS to remove the crap that MSI forces onto the machine, updated the BIOS and reinstalled all drivers. No change. If the trajectory for this machine is the same as the first, it'll be running the fans like mid-range machines ran Crysis back in 2007, with CPU spikes up to 100% for no reason at all. Any help would be appreciated. I know there's another thread dedicated to this problem, and I'm over there too. I've had it up to here with this thing. I will be going through the device manager and manually updating all the drivers for these devices. After that, I'm going to take the "Lower-Tier brand name PCIe drive is to blame" investigative route, wipe the drive altogether and installing the OS on my 860 EVO to see if that helps. Sigh.