It has nothing to do with the SSD, though I am a tad baffled as to what is the problem, all my PC have a SSD as a boot drive and I have never had a problem.
Though Windows 7 does install some drivers some are generic and it is always best to use the specific drivers that came with your motherboard.
After installing the fresh copy of Windows your next step should have been to insert the mobo driver disk and let it do it's thing.
Then update windows and install your programs.
I would, probably start again, format the SSD reinstall Windows then use the driver disk.