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Go to bios and set the Legacy USB to enabled. Does the same problem happen with USB3 slots?
I messed with the legacy options a bit, the problem persisted either way so I just set it back to default

And also @Pioneer, after reviewing the PSUs you linked, 400 seems kind of low for a relatively strong graphics card, or will it work alright?
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I messed with the legacy options a bit, the problem persisted either way so I just set it back to default

And also @Pioneer, after reviewing the PSUs you linked, 400 seems kind of low for a relatively strong graphics card, or will it work alright?
It'll be perfectly fine. With a Sandy Bridge setup and GTX460's in SLI, you could get away with a 550w PSU. So a 400w will be MORE than enough.

You'll probably be looking at around 300-350w at MOST after full overclocks, and a FULL system load.
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It'll be perfectly fine. With a Sandy Bridge setup and GTX460's in SLI, you could get away with a 550w PSU. So a 400w will be MORE than enough.

You'll probably be looking at around 300-350w at MOST after full overclocks, and a FULL system load.
Ok thanks for the info
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Get that Memory sorted and reload the chipset driver, sounds like something is fubar in windows or the driver.

The PSUs Pioneer recommended are more than enough.
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Get that Memory sorted and reload the chipset driver, sounds like something is fubar in windows or the driver.

The PSUs Pioneer recommended are more than enough.
Thanks, ill update his chipset and repair windows tomorrow with only the 2 4g sticks in, I shall report my findings back when done
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I'd actually do a clean install of Windows instead of a repair. If something got corrupted because of the mix/match memory, the problem will likely persist. At least that's how it worked for me when I had a bad set of ram.
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I'd actually do a clean install of Windows instead of a repair. If something got corrupted because of the mix/match memory, the problem will likely persist. At least that's how it worked for me when I had a bad set of ram.
Ok, ill do that for him instead.
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The clean install of windows seemed to clear up a few of the crashing issues, we reformatted and reinstalled it with only the 8g of ram, as for the usb problem, his new mouse + keyboard works... we didn't end up testing the old one.

When installing the drivers off of the ASUS CD, I only grabbed the one for sound and lan, as I didn't trust their other ones (They tried to sneak on Norton in TWO different unsuspecting "install" buttons)... bastards...

Anyways, I installed all of the drivers he needed via the internet this time around, all is well... so far.
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