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how would changing sata mode help????? mike 6289


im still geting bsods with mine, but not in safe mode

run in safe mode, run all tests and see if it still crashes, if not then it could be driver related. Im beginning to think my problem is

and it doesnt matter which mobo you have, all bios`s can get borked with constant fiddling
    
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Hi Koozie

Firstly, why did you have to unplug your graphics card and sata3 cable after playing BF3? Did you install more hardware or something?

I would recommend putting everything back to stock settings and then double check the settings in bios, such as ram is at its rated speeds and check all your cables are plugged in the correct ports etc.

Try turning on pc again and if it BSOD again, unplug ann unncessary cables from your pc and try again.

Please report back after this.
post #13 of 17
hi!
maybe i know a answer to rezolve your problem with blue screen when booting....so...
remove the batery from motherboard and then wait...maybe 1 minute....then put .....wait 1 minute and start your pc....is a little bit risky to make this....but try....your bios settings will be default and your computer will start normaly....no change to your data...or files
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hi!
maybe i know a answer to rezolve your problem with blue screen when booting....so...
remove the batery from motherboard and then wait...maybe 1 minute....then put .....wait 1 minute and start your pc....is a little bit risky to make this....but try....your bios settings will be default and your computer will start normaly....no change to your data...or files

Your talking about resetting the CMOS battery, which can help if an overclock has failed. But this wont help with a blue screen of death, the problem will just keep reoccurring unless he changes some other settings in his bios.
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Hi Koozie
Firstly, why did you have to unplug your graphics card and sata3 cable after playing BF3? Did you install more hardware or something?
I would recommend putting everything back to stock settings and then double check the settings in bios, such as ram is at its rated speeds and check all your cables are plugged in the correct ports etc.
Try turning on pc again and if it BSOD again, unplug ann unncessary cables from your pc and try again.
Please report back after this.

Thanks Silent. I will try this and report back. I unplugged the VGA and SATA3 because a friend of mine was having a problem with his comp and he has a similar setup and wanted to see connections in mine.
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hi!
maybe i know a answer to rezolve your problem with blue screen when booting....so...
remove the batery from motherboard and then wait...maybe 1 minute....then put .....wait 1 minute and start your pc....is a little bit risky to make this....but try....your bios settings will be default and your computer will start normaly....no change to your data...or files

Like i said. My comp is already at factory settings. CMOS has already been reset and I have already removed the battery before and yes it resets but no change to BSOD.
Edited by Koozie - 12/14/11 at 11:57pm
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i had it once aswell with my 1090t. Incease the voltage to 1.4 should be enough to handle the overclock even for a 2600k

Everything is at default settings ATM
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Okay. So I found out what was wrong. The hard drive had screwed up and I needed to reload windows. A friend who did the EXACT same thing as me had the EXACT same problem on a very similar setup and had to reload windows. I blame the program CPU-Z as it is the only thing we had recently downloaded within the past few days. My advice from this fiasco. DO NOT USE THAT PROGRAM IT IS A PIECE OF *****!
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