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Total freeze no BSOD, how to fix

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So in the last month or so my computer has gone completely frozen (mouse won't move) about 3 times. It happened just now and I'm running at stock clocks. One odd thing I noticed a couple days ago was that I couldn't change the value of my ram timings in my bios. On my bios you're supposed to be able to change the cas latency and such but for some reason when I hit enter on the timing nothing happens. I'm running windows 7 64 bit btw. Any idea what could be causing this freeze issue?
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set everything to default in bios and report back.

anyways, timing can be changed under DRAM timing config, or something similar.

Make sure you set the OC settings to Manual.

set the DRAM frequency to 1600 (if supported)

Under the timing config, change timings to factory specs, don't even bother tightening them even further yet.

change Vdimm to match DRAM profile, and +1 notch after that, just to be safe.
Edited by hollowtek - 4/23/14 at 1:33am
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Well the thing is I can't change the dram settings. Like back when I overclocked my cpu maybe a year ago I could change the dram settings. However now I'm unable to modify them. Like I'll highlight the setting I want to modify and hit enter to bring up the menu in which to type the timing value but when I hit enter its as if I did nothing.
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