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post #1891 of 4012
Okay.

So the Cstates are here:

"Advanced" Tab > CPU Configuration > CPU Power Management Configuration.

Then you have a list, and you have "C1", "C3", "C6", and "CStates". Disable everything. Save, reboot.
post #1892 of 4012
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I'm not sure where this is can you give me more detail?
Nope everything is default.

Edit: Figured out how to disable C State but I'm still getting the same issue, I've noticed my games are taking a bit longer to load.. could it be a hard drive issue?

Did you cleared CMOS, rebooted, and are your Boot options properly done (only. one. boot. device.)?

What's your Hard drive? The WD 1TB? Is it your boot drive? Do you have several?
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Guys I hav ordered Maximus V formula mobo...
As for modding I need some colores extension sleeved cables. ..
Can u give me a list of cables used in thos mobo...eg24pin ; 8pinetc... u guys can get me rite:)
I hav a cosmos 2 cabby. .. smile.gif
Plz help... m little noob in cables. ..
As oif I get a list I can order it nw...
Im planning fr bitfenix sleeved cables. .. if any other cheaper plz suggest smile.gif

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Did you cleared CMOS, rebooted, and are your Boot options properly done (only. one. boot. device.)?

What's your Hard drive? The WD 1TB? Is it your boot drive? Do you have several?

wow, okay I'll get on that, one thing though. I don't feel comfortable removing a the battery is there something else I can do?

Also I don't think it's my hard drive now as I ran a test and it didn't have any error.

Hard drive is 1gb WD black.
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post #1895 of 4012
We'll see for the battery later.

The Clear CMOS button is on the back of the board, you know the button with a green arrow circle-shaped just above the USB port. It's Clear CMOS (to reset everything at default). Try it first. Do it two or three times. Clear CMOS, Re-boot, re-clear CMOS, Re-boot, go into BIOS. The first thing you want to do in the BIOS is to set up your Boot options.

Go into "BOOT" tab,

Disable intro screen log,
"Wait for POST" yes,
POST report 3 seconds,
then set your boot devices in the right order.
Boot device n°1: your WD. N°2: Disabled.
"CD-ROM Boot options":Disable everything.

Do NOT click on "boot override this" or "boot oeverride that", it will shutdown and boot from the device.

Save and re-boot.
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Alright I'm back and I think I got the issue fixed, So I'll go into detail on what I did and what I didn't do:

First I shut down my PC, turned of the PSU and removed the cable I then held the CMOS button for 5 seconds once done I plugged everything back up and booted into the bios. After I ignored my CPU fan I then disables every C state option but I didn't disable any boot options. I then played for about 20 minutes without getting a stall or freeze. I also didn't get an appcrash, I'm not saying it's gone until I run the game for a few hours but I think it's safe.

I'll be back in a few hours =P
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I'm very sorry I missed you, I've been having overclocking issues but that's no excuse. I've added you to the club but the doc may take a few minutes to update.

Also just to point this out as I've had a lot of submissions lately that I couldn't add to the club because they missed a few things:

If you would like to join the club please be sure to post your CPU-Z and a picture of your motherboard, if your PC isn't currently working, a picture of your username written on a piece of paper in front of your motherboard is fine, the quality of the picture does not matter.

Also the more pictures the better =P
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thats my rig

i try 4.8 end i go with Vcore up to 1.52 its not working getting blue screen all the time
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Alright I'm back and I think I got the issue fixed, So I'll go into detail on what I did and what I didn't do:

First I shut down my PC, turned of the PSU and removed the cable I then held the CMOS button for 5 seconds once done I plugged everything back up and booted into the bios. After I ignored my CPU fan I then disables every C state option but I didn't disable any boot options. I then played for about 20 minutes without getting a stall or freeze. I also didn't get an appcrash, I'm not saying it's gone until I run the game for a few hours but I think it's safe.

I'll be back in a few hours =P

Glad it seems to be ok now but wondering if it is to do with the bios not holding new settings like the current issue I am having I have found this to be obvious after a majorly bad oc that even the muliplyer will hold at 48 in windows even though in bios showing 47 I am holding off on a rma as this is my only board like to know your findings too

also there is another option in the bios "intel rapid start technology" when enabled i will get a 10 second windows loading sceen before into windows but after a few boots it will start taking the usual 25 seconds just it is awesome loading time when working but it also seems to be a problem I have. I seen posted in another thead but no answers btw I have a 240Gb ocz vertex 4 ssd
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Glad it seems to be ok now but wondering if it is to do with the bios not holding new settings like the current issue I am having I have found this to be obvious after a majorly bad oc that even the muliplyer will hold at 48 in windows even though in bios showing 47 I am holding off on a rma as this is my only board like to know your findings too

also there is another option in the bios "intel rapid start technology" when enabled i will get a 10 second windows loading sceen before into windows but after a few boots it will start taking the usual 25 seconds just it is awesome loading time when working but it also seems to be a problem I have. I seen posted in another thead but no answers btw I have a 240Gb ocz vertex 4 ssd

Yep so clearing CMOS fixed the problem... What could have caused this? I wish I did some more troubleshooting.
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i try 4.8 end i go with Vcore up to 1.52 its not working getting blue screen all the time

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