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Hard Drive Becomes Corrupted After Install?

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After a successful install of Niresh 10.8.5 distro for my AMD Fx 4100, I went to boot up. However, my pc just hung, so I tried to reboot windows. Nothing. I eventually found out that the issue was in fact the HDD that I had just installed mac osx onto. So I hooked it back up and formatted it. I then went for a second install, but the exact same thing happened. The weird thing is, is that I could in fact boot from an external HDD that had mac os x on it. I could boot it just fine, but the second I hooked it back into my rig, nothing would boot. Disc drives, thumb drives, hard drives, all of it. When I removed the HDD with mac it worked fine. Like I said, I could even put it into an external drive enclosure and it would work. It just won't boot from sata data and power cables. Any ideas? I tried it on more than one drive, so i'm not sure. I also had my other drives with my windows OS still plugged in. Could that be an issue? Thanks in advance. - Nick.

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