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Can I set that up using a mac? I'm on my old Macbook at the moment
    
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Can I set that up using a mac? I'm on my old Macbook at the moment

Burning it to dvd now.
    
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Burning it to dvd now.

Didn't work.......

Any more ideas? I just want it to boot so I can backup my files at the very least. Then maybe I can figure out the other stuff.

Edit: I swapped out the RAM and nothing changed. So either both my sticks went bad at the same time, or something else went funny. I have a feeling that if I hadn't reset my BIOS to default all would still be well (minus the daily BSOD 109's)

Edit 2: Ok, I've sort of solved the issue :/ Would be interested to know if anybody can tell me what the hell is going on though.

I have 3 HDD's installed, 1 for the OS, 2 for storage. One of those storage drives has never been touched since I installed it, but it has old files on it from my old old mac. I disconnected it (but not the boot HDD or the 1st storage HDD) to try see if that helped. It didn't, but reconnecting it did. And other than my desktop image being black for about 20 seconds, everything is fine again.

This solution worked before, when I had a different issue with Windows. But that drive has never been touched, so how can it affect the BIOS or OS this way?

Sorry for the drama, but my heart was in my throat for a few hours there........
Edited by JWak-1 - 2/26/13 at 7:51pm
    
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post #2724 of 3173
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Originally Posted by JWak-1 View Post

Didn't work.......

Any more ideas? I just want it to boot so I can backup my files at the very least. Then maybe I can figure out the other stuff.

Edit: I swapped out the RAM and nothing changed. So either both my sticks went bad at the same time, or something else went funny. I have a feeling that if I hadn't reset my BIOS to default all would still be well (minus the daily BSOD 109's)

Edit 2: Ok, I've sort of solved the issue :/ Would be interested to know if anybody can tell me what the hell is going on though.

I have 3 HDD's installed, 1 for the OS, 2 for storage. One of those storage drives has never been touched since I installed it, but it has old files on it from my old old mac. I disconnected it (but not the boot HDD or the 1st storage HDD) to try see if that helped. It didn't, but reconnecting it did. And other than my desktop image being black for about 20 seconds, everything is fine again.

This solution worked before, when I had a different issue with Windows. But that drive has never been touched, so how can it affect the BIOS or OS this way?

Sorry for the drama, but my heart was in my throat for a few hours there........

I just worked on a PC that had a storage drive with a bad sector as reported by hard disk sentinel. It would sometimes hang up the bios showing a black screen with a cursor blinking, , sometimes it worked fine, sometimes it disappeared from windows. Once that drive was replaced, no problems.
post #2725 of 3173
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I just worked on a PC that had a storage drive with a bad sector as reported by hard disk sentinel. It would sometimes hang up the bios showing a black screen with a cursor blinking, , sometimes it worked fine, sometimes it disappeared from windows. Once that drive was replaced, no problems.

Ah, I'll check that hard-drive smile.gif Cheers.

I don't know if its the source of my recent BSOD's as they're mostly code 109, but not always.

Theoretically if I replace it with a different drive altogether it should be fine. I'm still not sure why removing it entirely doesn't solve the issue, but putting it back does....... It makes no sense O_o Its like my PC needs that 3rd drive in order to post, but it has nothing of any value on it whatsoever.
    
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post #2726 of 3173
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Originally Posted by JWak-1 View Post

Ah, I'll check that hard-drive smile.gif Cheers.

I don't know if its the source of my recent BSOD's as they're mostly code 109, but not always.

Theoretically if I replace it with a different drive altogether it should be fine. I'm still not sure why removing it entirely doesn't solve the issue, but putting it back does....... It makes no sense O_o Its like my PC needs that 3rd drive in order to post, but it has nothing of any value on it whatsoever.

maybe related to the boot order in the bios for the hard drives. try switching sata ports Could be a bad sata cable too.
post #2727 of 3173
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Originally Posted by JWak-1 View Post

Didn't work.......

Any more ideas? I just want it to boot so I can backup my files at the very least. Then maybe I can figure out the other stuff.

Edit: I swapped out the RAM and nothing changed. So either both my sticks went bad at the same time, or something else went funny. I have a feeling that if I hadn't reset my BIOS to default all would still be well (minus the daily BSOD 109's)

Edit 2: Ok, I've sort of solved the issue :/ Would be interested to know if anybody can tell me what the hell is going on though.

I have 3 HDD's installed, 1 for the OS, 2 for storage. One of those storage drives has never been touched since I installed it, but it has old files on it from my old old mac. I disconnected it (but not the boot HDD or the 1st storage HDD) to try see if that helped. It didn't, but reconnecting it did. And other than my desktop image being black for about 20 seconds, everything is fine again.

This solution worked before, when I had a different issue with Windows. But that drive has never been touched, so how can it affect the BIOS or OS this way?

Sorry for the drama, but my heart was in my throat for a few hours there........

Well, If you haven't figured it out yet, I do have one tidbit of info to share with you. Is it possible that windows put some information on the third(or all) hard drives when it was installed? I had that happen once, forgot to unplug all other drives when installing windows and it somehow installed some type of files imperitive to booting correctly on another drive, and thus I was stuck either reinstalling it or keeping the drives all connected. Of course all of that means nothing if the 3rd drive wasn't connected when you installed windows... Good luck!
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post #2728 of 3173
Hey guys,
So, this morning I wanted to push the OC a little bit more. I was at 4.5GHz and now I made it stable @ 4.7GHz.
After 50mins of Prime, CPU-Z was showing me voltages of 1.352v to 1.360v while CoreTemp was showing me 1.3711v.
Max temps reached 77ºC on H100 at medium fan settings.
Here are my BIOS settings for you to help me out if everything is ok.
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ASRock z77 Extreme4 BIOS Settings
Intel Core i5 3570k (4.7GHz Stable)
BIOS Version 2.70

OC Tweaker
Advanced Turbo 30 Disabled
Load Optimized CPU OC Disabled
Load Optimized GPU OC Disabled

CPU Configuration
CPU Ratio All Core
47
Host Clock(BCLK) 100.0
Spread Spectrum Disabled
Intel SpeedStep Enabled
Intel TurboBoost Enabled
Additional Turbo Voltage +0,086 V
Internal PLL Overvoltage Enabled
Long Duration Power Limit 500
Long Duration Maintained 1s
Short Duration Power Limit 500
Primary Plane Current Limit 500
Secondary Plane Current Limit 500
GT Overclocking Disabled

DRAM Timing Configuration
XMP 1.3 Profile 1: DDR3-2133 11-11-11-30 1,60V
XMP 1.3 Profile 1: DDR3-2133 11-11-11-30 1,60V
Load XMP Setting Auto
DRAM Reference Clock Auto
DRAM Frequency DDR3-2133 (1:8) DDR3-2133

Voltage Configuration
Power Saving Mode Disabled
CPU Voltage Offset Mode
Offset Voltage +0.005V
CPU Load Line Calibration Level 2 Level 2
IGPU Voltage Auto
IGPU LLC Level 5 Auto
DRAM Voltage 1,615V Auto
VTT Voltage 1,141V Auto
PCH Voltage 1,059V Auto
CPU PLL Voltage 1,832V Auto
VCCSA Voltage 0,925V Auto

Advanced
CPU Configuation
Active Processor Cores All
Enhanced Halt State(C1E) Enabled
CPU C3 State Support Disabled
CPU C6 State Support Disabled
Package C State Support Disabled

CPU Thermal Throttling Enabled
No-Execute Memory Protection Enabled
Intel Virtualization Technology Enabled
Hardware Prefetcher Enabled
Adjacent Cache Line Prefetch Enabled
post #2729 of 3173
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Originally Posted by gonsa View Post

Hey guys,
So, this morning I wanted to push the OC a little bit more. I was at 4.5GHz and now I made it stable @ 4.7GHz.
After 50mins of Prime, CPU-Z was showing me voltages of 1.352v to 1.360v while CoreTemp was showing me 1.3711v.
Max temps reached 77ºC on H100 at medium fan settings.
Here are my BIOS settings for you to help me out if everything is ok.

Looks pretty good! I don't see anything that I'd change. good job.
post #2730 of 3173
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Originally Posted by kgtuning View Post

Looks pretty good! I don't see anything that I'd change. good job.
thanks smile.gif
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