from some quick reading on their forums i have found the following information for you
Resolved Revo Drive 240gb issue's...
from what i read RAID is the only way of using this SSD, also make sure you update your BIOS to the newest version that seems to solve problems for most people.
heres what i garbed off their forums
you need to follow a dedicated install procedure, the boards get confused on boot order and do what you are seeing in some cases.
1 make sure you remove any other HDD from the system
2 Go to bios disable 3rd and 2nd boot device, disable boot to other devices and set 1st boot device to HDD
3 set hdd boot order to add in device or revo if it is listed
4 set onboard sata controller to ide ( this is a proven method but you can hack reg to ahci later)
5 disable all other sata/raid controllers on the system
6 consider installing win7 off USB, DVDrom does work though
now save and exit.
7 On the reboot hit f10 or F8 or esc or whatever brings up the boot order menu...pick the USB or DVDrom and boot to it.
8 Install the driver for revo as per normal and let it get to the 10sec count down timer
9 when it reboots wait for the 1st bios splash screen, power the system off, remove the power to the PSU and let the system drain off for 2 minutes, remove the install DVD or remove the USB drive and any other drive you used to load the revo driver.
10 power back up, again hit the key to bring up the boot menu for your board and choose to boot to Revo
11 on the next reboot just hit the boot menu key, no need to power off.
12 this should get you to windows, make sure revo is still listed as the only boot device in bios.
13a if you now want to swap to ahci do the reg hack listed here in the guide sections of the ssd forums
Anyone reading this...this is NOT the only way to install revo, its the way we found during beta test that worked the best. We have installed in ahci mode, we have installed with other drives in the system...this is just a proven safe way that should get you to windows desktop.
Be warned though, many boards have limited PCIE storage support, some may have more issues than others. Some also get VERY confused by all the boot roms for raid controllers etc so this is why you need to disable near everything you can.
if it still doesnt work for you post a thread over there and im sure someone will help you