I've got this old Acer Aspire 5670 notebook (yeah I said old) and I wanted to milk a little more mileage off it. I don't use it much, but it's nice to have one around when you need one. So I upraded some parts and loaded it up with Win7. Actually worked out pretty cheap, Sandisk SSD Plus for $40, T7600 Core 2 duo for $20 and 4GB of memory for $30. It's surprisingly peppy now, at least enough to serve my needs until I get around to buying a new machine. The one issue I'm having is the BIOS does not see the SSD on boot every now and then. It ends up showing "operating system not found" on the screen. A subsequent boot usually picks up the drive and gets it going. The BIOS in this thing is really sparse. Not much at all in terms of options. I've tried changing the few settings that are available and nothing makes a difference. Any way to do something about this? Thinking maybe there's a BIOS hack out there or something.