As the title says I cannot make Windows (7 SP1 64 bit) genuine anymore on my SSD and here are the details. Since yesterday I was using my RAID0 array (2 x WD Raptor), 1 Windows 7 SP1 32 bit partition and its status was <status> column <Healthy (system, active, primary partition)>. I was having also a SSD drive on the same SATAII controller with 1 Windows 7 SP1 64 bit partition, and its status was <Healthy (active, primary partition)>. I then decided to move the SSD to the SATAIII controller and since then its Windows partition stopped being genuine. Also my RAID0 partion did, but after the following try it got fixed again. The volumes status got swapped (SSD became <Healthy (system, active, primary partition)> and the RAID0 array became <Healthy (active, primary partition)>). <---- Maybe that's the main cause of the problem? At first I used a method that always worked in the past, especially if you have more Windows drives/partitions to activate at once with the ASUS certificate (I have an ASUS Rampage III Extreme) and I used the ASUS OEM SLP key . As I wrote before my RAID0 array partition got genuine again at 1st try and the SSD one not. So I gave a read at and decided to use Daz's Loader. Same result no matter if I try also to use Legacy Mode or to disable type 4 memory. As a side note I want also to add that the Windows bootloader is still running from the RAID0 array although it is not the <system> volume anymore (maybe that should be moved to the SSD?). I am here to ask you to help me, but please note again that everything is happening since when I moved the SSD to another SATA (onboard) controller.