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post #21 of 31
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While I am waiting I would like to add that I tried to start up speedfan and got a BSOD. It said something about iaStor. I couldn't read it fast enough because it rebooted on its own.

In the system action center I got this:

Solve a problem with your Atheros Valkyrie BootROM
Your Atheros Valkyrie BootROM has stopped working properly because a compatible driver isn't available for this version of Windows.

The model name of your Atheros Valkyrie BootROM is Atheros Bluetooth device. This device is distributed by many different computer manufacturers.

To find out if an updated version of your Atheros Valkyrie BootROM is available, contact your device or computer manufacturer.



Any ideas?
post #22 of 31
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Originally Posted by CarterMarkham View Post

While I am waiting I would like to add that I tried to start up speedfan and got a BSOD. It said something about iaStor. I couldn't read it fast enough because it rebooted on its own.

In the system action center I got this:

Solve a problem with your Atheros Valkyrie BootROM
Your Atheros Valkyrie BootROM has stopped working properly because a compatible driver isn't available for this version of Windows.

The model name of your Atheros Valkyrie BootROM is Atheros Bluetooth device. This device is distributed by many different computer manufacturers.

To find out if an updated version of your Atheros Valkyrie BootROM is available, contact your device or computer manufacturer.



Any ideas?

Like I suspected. That's your BT drivers!
Have you installed the Asmedia USB 3.0 drivers?
 
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post #23 of 31
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Ok, I am 1/3 downloaded. Why is this thing so big?
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That was it! All devices have drivers!thumb.gif
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That was it! All devices have drivers!thumb.gif

Cool! Glad I could help!biggrin.gif
 
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post #26 of 31
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Now what do you know about overclocking? With the tpu switched on the computer wont boot. Using the ASUS software gave me a claimed 05% increase which is false. I have an i7 3820 and I know it isn't fully unlocked but there has to be something I can do to squeeze some more power out of the rig. Memory perhaps? I am using 16 gb of 1600mhz GSkill ripjaws z that is on the ASUS QVL.
post #27 of 31
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So I did my own little "stability" test last night, just by leaving it running with a few background programs. Sometime in the middle of the night the system errored out on my and rebooted. I noticed I still had an unknown device installed. I did a little research on it and found out it was from my previous intel board that had built in wifi. I uninstalled it and things seem to be fine. I will run some prime95 stress tests tonight.

Still wondering about the overclocking though. Any ideas?
post #28 of 31
I thought you were going to get a 3930k and were strictly against overclocking.

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Forget that. I thought you were someone else.

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Forget that. I thought you were someone else.

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Haha, np, but while you're here do you have any ideas?
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