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Faulty SATA connections?

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I'm unsure, my motherboard has been very strange this past half of year. I can no longer connect to SATA 0 or 1 for more than a few boots until it hangs and doesn't load the device, or crashes my PC. Just last night on SATA 4 it prints out some random text there and the boot completely freezes (also, SATA 2 wasn't loaded).

I've also had a few graphics issues and I believe some RAM issues that are completely random. I have not attempted to overclock for months now, factory BIOS settings, and at random times my PC will blue screen (screenshot below).

I've swapped SATA cables back and fourth, replaced them with others I've had, tried to isolate one stick of RAM they may have caused any issues, even bought a new Graphics card (wanted a new one anyways), and still issues are occurring.

I'm not sure even what to be looking for, either visually, tests, symptoms, or what not.

Ask questions if I'm explaining it horribly or you need more information.

Motherboard - EVGA X58 SLI LE 141-BL-E757
Bios - Stock what came on here (I could get versions if it mattered)

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it says "Clock interrupt not received from secondary processor" at the top of the BSOD screen. Raising the VCore should fix that.
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Originally Posted by Broseidon View Post
it says "Clock interrupt not received from secondary processor" at the top of the BSOD screen. Raising the VCore should fix that.
I've seen the top, never really had any success on finding a solution though. Will do that for that issue and see if I have any problems.

I don't remember the whole "not received from secondary processor" all the time though, most of the time I see something just stating "CLOCK_WATCHDOG_TIMEOUT" rather than that.
Edited by Calamityyy - 10/11/11 at 3:38pm
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