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I resolved the issue by realizing it was just a bad fan. I also have another question here. Does anyone know how to overclock? How do i get this CPU to overclock on it's own without manual tweaking.
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Ok guys! I really got a hard case.

After moving my PC I tried to start it as it was running at the old apartment.
I didn't start properly. So I decided to reset the BIOS.

System:

PSU: bequiet 680W
MOBO: ASUS Sabertooth Z77 BIOS Rev. 2104
CPU: Intel i7 3770k
PCIE1: GTX 670
PCIE2: GTX 670
RAM: 32GB Vegenance
SSD: Samsung 840 Pro

SATA Mode AHCI
CSM disabled (UEFI only)
Monitor is connected over iGPU with HDMI.
Hyper-Threading and Virtualization Technology disabled
ASUS Enchantment MultiCored option disabled
Rapid Start Technology disable
No OC set.

After doing that I still couldn't manage to boot into a SATA device.
I tried various things. Here are the important issues and going-ons.

Only USB connected
1. If I only connect a bootable USB stick. (Linux or Windows) I'm able to boot into it.

One SATA device connected and Bootable USB Stick
2. If I only connect the SSD with my Windows 10 Partition on it. It will be recognized in the BIOS but it will fall into a boot loop if I try to boot from the SSD. (I can see that it tries to start up the Windows repair)
2.1 Booting from USB Stick works till OS initializes then reboots. on a Linux distro (Repair Boot Stick) it does that at the point it tries to mount the discs.
2.2 I once managed to boot the Linux distro with the SATA device connected and it also was recognized by Linux. Unfortunately I wasn't able to rebuild that situation
2.3 Any other SATA device unlike the SSD with Windows 10 will cause a boot loop were I'm not even able to get into the BIOS.

Two SATA device connected
3. The Motherboard falls into a boot loop. Not even able to get into BIOS.

UPDATE:

After I managed to get into Ubuntu with the SSD connected. I saw the bootflag was missing at that disc. Checked the bootflag and now I got a new error. After restarting PC and trying to boot from SSD I got this Windows Error.

0xC000000F
/Boot/BCD

MBR contains errors. This can cause after HW changes....

I'm a IT system engineer and dealt with a lot of problems. But never saw something like that and I'm really desperate. I don't have any ideas left.

Please give me a tip for other options

Thanks
Edited by retoix - 5/26/17 at 1:45am
post #6914 of 6915
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Originally Posted by retoix View Post

Ok guys! I really got a hard case.

After moving my PC I tried to start it as it was running at the old apartment.
I didn't start properly. So I decided to reset the BIOS.

System:

PSU: bequiet 680W
MOBO: ASUS Sabertooth Z77 BIOS Rev. 2104
CPU: Intel i7 3770k
PCIE1: GTX 670
PCIE2: GTX 670
RAM: 32GB Vegenance
SSD: Samsung 840 Pro

SATA Mode AHCI
CSM disabled (UEFI only)
Monitor is connected over iGPU with HDMI.
Hyper-Threading and Virtualization Technology disabled
ASUS Enchantment MultiCored option disabled
Rapid Start Technology disable
No OC set.

After doing that I still couldn't manage to boot into a SATA device.
I tried various things. Here are the important issues and going-ons.

Only USB connected
1. If I only connect a bootable USB stick. (Linux or Windows) I'm able to boot into it.

One SATA device connected and Bootable USB Stick
2. If I only connect the SSD with my Windows 10 Partition on it. It will be recognized in the BIOS but it will fall into a boot loop if I try to boot from the SSD. (I can see that it tries to start up the Windows repair)
2.1 Booting from USB Stick works till OS initializes then reboots. on a Linux distro (Repair Boot Stick) it does that at the point it tries to mount the discs.
2.2 I once managed to boot the Linux distro with the SATA device connected and it also was recognized by Linux. Unfortunately I wasn't able to rebuild that situation
2.3 Any other SATA device unlike the SSD with Windows 10 will cause a boot loop were I'm not even able to get into the BIOS.

Two SATA device connected
3. The Motherboard falls into a boot loop. Not even able to get into BIOS.

UPDATE:

After I managed to get into Ubuntu with the SSD connected. I saw the bootflag was missing at that disc. Checked the bootflag and now I got a new error. After restarting PC and trying to boot from SSD I got this Windows Error.

0xC000000F
/Boot/BCD

MBR contains errors. This can cause after HW changes....

I'm a IT system engineer and dealt with a lot of problems. But never saw something like that and I'm really desperate. I don't have any ideas left.

Please give me a tip for other options

Thanks

Have you tried repairing your boot configuration data already?

You will need to boot in recovery mode and then run the following commands from a command prompt.

bootrec /fixMBR
bootrec /fixBoot
bootrec /rebuildBCD
     
CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel Core i5-6600K 6M Skylake Quad-Core 3.5 GH... ASUS Z170-PRO LGA 1151 Intel Z170 HDMI SATA 6Gb... ASUS ROG GeForce GTX 1070 STRIX-GTX1070-O8G-GAM... G.SKILL Ripjaws V Series 32GB (4 x 8GB) 288-Pin... 
Hard DriveHard DriveCoolingOS
SAMSUNG 850 PRO 2.5" 256GB SATA III 3-D Vertica... WD Black 1TB Performance Desktop Hard Disk Driv... Corsair Hydro Series H100i V2 Extreme Performan... Windows 10 Pro 64-bit 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
ASUS ROG PG278Q Black 27" WQHD 2560 x 1440, 144... Corsair K70 EVGA SuperNOVA 850 G2 Thermaltake Core X5 
Mouse
Logitech Proteus Core G502 
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SAMSUNG 850 PRO 2.5" 256GB SATA III 3-D Vertica... WD Black 1TB Performance Desktop Hard Disk Driv... Corsair Hydro Series H100i V2 Extreme Performan... Windows 10 Pro 64-bit 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
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post #6915 of 6915
Quote:
Originally Posted by NaciremaDiputs View Post

Have you tried repairing your boot configuration data already?

You will need to boot in recovery mode and then run the following commands from a command prompt.

bootrec /fixMBR
bootrec /fixBoot
bootrec /rebuildBCD

As I was not able to get into any mode of the OS I lately decided to delete the partitions on the Windows SSD.
So there no more partitions on that.

Even with a clean SSD booting from the Windows USB Stick is not possible.
I think those commands are performed on the SSD data? So no need to that without an SSD connected?

Thanks anyway
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