Hi there, So today my computer started acting up. I get random freezes which require a hard reboot. Seems to run OK when it's running but the freeze happens with very little warning. Has happened 4 times today, twice while browsing the web, once while running Adobe lightroom, and once while feverishly making sure everything is backed up that can be backed up. Windows Sysevent viewer doesn't show any problems. Twice, I've received a warning from the Intel Rapid Storage Technology program that "Volume on Controller 0, Port 1 has failed and please open application to investigate" but by the time I get that the computer is completely hung and I can only hit the power switch. Upon reboot I've discovered that the SSD used for acceleration is the drive on Port 1 (at least according to the IRST program). On reboot, all drives show as healthy in disk manager and "normal" in IRST. System Info: Asus P8768V MB Intel I5-2500k Processor at stock speeds WD 1600AJS 1tb HDD (Caviar Black) accelerated by: 64GB Crucial M4 SSD as IRST drive WD 1001FALS 150GB (Caviar Blue) 8gb RAM Win7 x64 completely up to date. Would really appreciate some advice, can I simply unaccelerate my platter drive, replace the SSD at some later point in time and reaccelerate? Would a faulty SSD in IRST cause these kind of hangups?