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post #11 of 21
What firmware is your Agility 3 have? If it is not 2.15 update it.

For your BIOS firmware, is it up to date?

As for the BIOS settings. Disable C3 and C6 power states, and PLL over voltage if you have it enabled. That could also be the culprit.
post #12 of 21
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Originally Posted by Sean Webster View Post

What firmware is your Agility 3 have? If it is not 2.15 update it.
For your BIOS firmware, is it up to date?
As for the BIOS settings. Disable C3 and C6 power states, and PLL over voltage if you have it enabled. That could also be the culprit.

Yes the firmware is up to date at version 2.15
My mobo bios is not up to date since i have not found any issues with it.
I will will give you suggestions a try right now.
The strange thing is that i have never had any issues with it until just a few days ago.
post #13 of 21
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nope, disabling them did not help .

i also put my bios in to default settings and there problem still exist.
Edited by Mahawka - 2/7/12 at 5:45pm
post #14 of 21
Do you have an external USB device plugged in? If so unplug it. That can cause long boots.

For the not being able to wake, set your standby power state to S3. Or update your BIOS.
post #15 of 21
Thread Starter 
No i do not have any USB plugged in.
It's very strange since one day it was working fine and now it takes 5 times along on the windows logo.
It seems like everything is still running fine on the ssd though, I have used crystal Disk to check the status of the SSD and also the SSD is benching at the same rate.
post #16 of 21
Any different start up programs?

Use this to disable some start up/logon apps and see if anything speeds up.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb963902
post #17 of 21
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I literlly have nothing for my startup programs. I go in to MSconfig to disable them.
post #18 of 21
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I Just re installed windows and it did not help with the problem.
post #19 of 21
Have you tried to reset cmos on your board?

The board will either have a jumper to reposition or remove the battery for about 10 mins.

This will reset everything back to factory fresh for a starting point.

If this does not help then it must be the drive.
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post #20 of 21
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so i set my bios to default and also re installed windows. This did not help the situation at all.

But surprisingly after i have tried everything i went into the bios and changed the load line calibration fro m ultra high to high and changed RAM frequency to auto. And if fixed it. i have no idea why it would make a difference since i tried defaulting the bios already.

Afterwards i tried setting my ram frequency back to 1600 and set my load line back to ultra high, the problem does not exist anymore. Weird right?

But thanks for all the help. thumb.gif
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