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Make a UEFI USB with Rufus https://rufus.akeo.ie/ , boot from USB using UEFI, clean install of Windows 10 is what I suggest.

Used Rufus 2.2/2.7/2.9 for New USB installation.
Can not do any clean fresh UEFI OS installation.
Can not load OS.rolleyes.gif
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Actually I did , but you don't exactly give a lot of Details to help diagnose the issue so both JPM and I are having to GUESS....

If a Secure Erase does not work as suggested , try changing the Sata Cables with the other system..........


And getting pissed at me or anyone else cos you are having a BAD DAY is hardly gonna help your Cause is it?


KB.




KB.


Secure erase i will do later but same question arises.....ssd is bad ...hdd is b

PS : I am not pissed at you or anyone , rather i am grateful that you guys are helping me out.If i was rude then i apologise but please help me boot this system,smile.gif

Make a UEFI USB with Rufus https://rufus.akeo.ie/ , boot from USB using UEFI, clean install of Windows 10 is what I suggest.

Edit: Install on the X99 system.

Do you need to load the SATA drivers in install. Put AHCI drivers on USB, when you get to screen that says load drivers, browse to USB, load driver, then install.
    
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Do you need to load the SATA drivers in install. Put AHCI drivers on USB, when you get to screen that says load drivers, browse to USB, load driver, then install.

I am not getting into that stage of installation.
It is giving BSOD just after i hit setup win10 , logo comes up on the screen and it instantly giving BSOD.

I tried MBR installation on another drive, same BSOD.
Whatever settings be it defaults or hardware disabled on bios,same irql_not_less_or_equal BSOD im getting.
In bios full 32gb capacity ram is showing, cpu n temperature are fine.
Tried changing achi to ide, same BSOD.
Tried changing cable or drives , same BSOD.
Only option I have now to install xp....
Edited by Johny Boy - 9/25/16 at 5:47pm
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I am not getting into that stage of installation.
It is giving BSOD just after i hit setup win10 , logo comes up on the screen and it instantly giving BSOD.

I tried MBR installation on another drive, same BSOD.
Whatever settings be it defaults or hardware disabled on bios,same irql_not_less_or_equal BSOD im getting.
In bios full 32gb capacity ram is showing, cpu n temperature are fine.
Tried changing achi to ide, same BSOD.
Tried changing cable or drives , same BSOD.
Only option I have now to install xp....
it does not seem that it is an OS issue - any OS (and XP is not gonna be helpful). unless you've done these exact steps, lets back out... shut down, verify that ram is properly seated, disconnect all devices except for mouse and keyboard. flash back to the bios that the board ship with.. or has worked with previously. Do the flash using bios flash back. Make sure the bios flash is fully complete (bios led light stop flashing). POSt to bios, and hold down the Start button to shut down, connect a normal (non-NVMe) SSD to one of the INtel SATA posrts, post to bios and secure erase it, insert usb or DVD, post back to bios. On the Boot menu, set CSM to Enabled, change no other settings in bios. In the boot menu, scroll down and select the UEFI boot override for the USB or DVD. Boot to the OS loader - load the OS. If this fails, it's a hardware problem. Pull the CPU and verify that there are no bent pins (if you recently installed this CPU - double check with a magnifier.).
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I am not getting into that stage of installation.
It is giving BSOD just after i hit setup win10 , logo comes up on the screen and it instantly giving BSOD.

I tried MBR installation on another drive, same BSOD.
Whatever settings be it defaults or hardware disabled on bios,same irql_not_less_or_equal BSOD im getting.
In bios full 32gb capacity ram is showing, cpu n temperature are fine.
Tried changing achi to ide, same BSOD.
Tried changing cable or drives , same BSOD.
Only option I have now to install xp....
it does not seem that it is an OS issue - any OS (and XP is not gonna be helpful). unless you've done these exact steps, lets back out... shut down, verify that ram is properly seated, disconnect all devices except for mouse and keyboard. flash back to the bios that the board ship with.. or has worked with previously. Do the flash using bios flash back. Make sure the bios flash is fully complete (bios led light stop flashing). POSt to bios, and hold down the Start button to shut down, connect a normal (non-NVMe) SSD to one of the INtel SATA posrts, post to bios and secure erase it, insert usb or DVD, post back to bios. On the Boot menu, set CSM to Enabled, change no other settings in bios. In the boot menu, scroll down and select the UEFI boot override for the USB or DVD. Boot to the OS loader - load the OS. If this fails, it's a hardware problem. Pull the CPU and verify that there are no bent pins (if you recently installed this CPU - double check with a magnifier.).


Now with more info I am thinking along the same lines as JPMboy , I'd pull the CPU and check the pins 1st , this is a new MB and CPU right ?
zoom in with your camera/phone and look from all angles , aim a light sideways across it as on the 1st X99A I had , it had a single (yes 1) bad pin , also had a X99A-3.1 with bad pins, so I am now on the X99A II.

Almost forget to mention ....don't discount a CPU issue either , I have also had to RMA my 5820k after it would no longer boot past the Bios....

KB.
Edited by Kbird - 9/25/16 at 7:28pm
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Hello

G.Skill has qualified that kit only for Broadwell-E for a reason. 3333MHz takes a bit of work with Haswell-E. 3200MHz is a better option.

Yeah I know. I think I am hitting a limitation of the IMC on the CPU at 3333. I got the G.Skill F4-3333C16Q-32GTZB for a really good price and my X99-Deluxe II is rated to 3333. Right now I have an i7-5820K but I wanted to have an upgrade path to Broadwell-E when funds permit. I think by "a bit of work" you mean that if I maybe went Adaptive and tweaked the timings I could get it stable at 3333...maybe. I don't think I have the experience to tweak it to 3333.

But I can drop a Broadwell-E chip in this MOBO and keep the RAM I have. I got my OC to 4.2GHz and the DRAM to 3200 today. I ran Real Bench 2.44 for about 20 min and no crash, temps are good. I now need to do some serious long run benches as I know 20 min does not really prove anything in terms of long term stability. After fighting with the OC on and off all day, right now I am happy at 4.2GHz, 3200 and getting past the BIOS into the OS to be able to run Real Bench at all! Baby steps right?

Thanks for your help. redface.gif
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Quick question regarding the 4 pin EPS connector on the Asus X99 Deluxe II. I know that the 8 pin EPS cable just hooks up with the 8 pin EPS cable that came with my Corsair AX1200i, and the 4 pin connector on the MB is just one of the 4 pin connectors from another 8 pin EPS (2 x 4 pin connectors) cable. If I completely removed one set of the 4 pin cables from the 8 pin connector (removed pins from inside the 8 pin connector, cables, the 2nd 4 pin connector, etc), it should still work fine, right? Looking at the pinouts of both the 8 pin and 4 pin connectors, they're the same. A row of grounds and a row of +12V DC, so as long as the wires in the 4 pin connector are plugged into the PSU, shouldn't everything work? I just don't want to have to deal with looping up the extra 4 pin connector, putting tie wraps around it, and trying to find a place to mount and hide the extra wires and connector.

Shouldn't this work ok?

I am not expert but I believe that the reason for the 4-pin connector is to provide extra copper for the large amount of current that the MOBO can draw - especially if you are over-clocking it. I think the X99-Deluxe II requires that 4-pin connector to be plugged in to ensure that the supply can get enough current to the board. I don't know how they sense what is plugged in - probably current sensors. You may "fool" them or you may not but you can't escape the fact that less copper means less current carrying capacity. Again, I am not an expert and may not understand what you are trying to do correctly but I do think that reducing the total amount of copper carrying the current to the MOBO may result in forcing the voltage regulators to work harder (and get hotter) if there is voltage droop in the line due to insufficient copper for the current to flow through. Just thinking out loud...
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it does not seem that it is an OS issue - any OS (and XP is not gonna be helpful). unless you've done these exact steps, lets back out... shut down, verify that ram is properly seated, disconnect all devices except for mouse and keyboard. flash back to the bios that the board ship with.. or has worked with previously. Do the flash using bios flash back. Make sure the bios flash is fully complete (bios led light stop flashing). POSt to bios, and hold down the Start button to shut down, connect a normal (non-NVMe) SSD to one of the INtel SATA posrts, post to bios and secure erase it, insert usb or DVD, post back to bios. On the Boot menu, set CSM to Enabled, change no other settings in bios. In the boot menu, scroll down and select the UEFI boot override for the USB or DVD. Boot to the OS loader - load the OS. If this fails, it's a hardware problem. Pull the CPU and verify that there are no bent pins (if you recently installed this CPU - double check with a magnifier.).
Board - 6months, Cpu - 4days , Ram - 2 weeks old.

Secure Erase done, csm enabled, posted to bios for UEFI OS and after clicking on it I'm getting same frozen win 10 logo followed by BSOD.
Checked socket pins, no bent pin.
Reseated Ram, single ram in all dimm slot.
Changed gpu and ps2 keyboard.
Still getting BSOD after win10 logo.

Not did flashback, will do it now.
What can be problematic, board or ram or cpu....??

Edit : Asked a friend to lend me R5E for testing purposes, I think it's either ram or mobo.
What mobo should I consider if I need to keep spare.
Edited by Johny Boy - 9/26/16 at 5:27am
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Quick question regarding the 4 pin EPS connector on the Asus X99 Deluxe II. I know that the 8 pin EPS cable just hooks up with the 8 pin EPS cable that came with my Corsair AX1200i, and the 4 pin connector on the MB is just one of the 4 pin connectors from another 8 pin EPS (2 x 4 pin connectors) cable. If I completely removed one set of the 4 pin cables from the 8 pin connector (removed pins from inside the 8 pin connector, cables, the 2nd 4 pin connector, etc), it should still work fine, right? Looking at the pinouts of both the 8 pin and 4 pin connectors, they're the same. A row of grounds and a row of +12V DC, so as long as the wires in the 4 pin connector are plugged into the PSU, shouldn't everything work? I just don't want to have to deal with looping up the extra 4 pin connector, putting tie wraps around it, and trying to find a place to mount and hide the extra wires and connector.

Shouldn't this work ok?
you can run just fine with just the 8 pin... it a current delivery thing, so as long as you are not brutalizing your cpu with p95 or OCCT, it will run just fine with a modest OC.
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Board - 6months, Cpu - 4days , Ram - 2 weeks old.

Secure Erase done, csm enabled, posted to bios for UEFI OS and after clicking on it I'm getting same frozen win 10 logo followed by BSOD.
Checked socket pins, no bent pin.
Reseated Ram, single ram in all dimm slot.
Changed gpu and ps2 keyboard.
Still getting BSOD after win10 logo.

Not did flashback, will do it now.
What can be problematic, board or ram or cpu....??

Edit : Asked a friend to lend me R5E for testing purposes, I think it's either ram or mobo.
What mobo should I consider if I need to keep spare.

Could be any of those components, or even a corrupted bios. When you flash to an earlier bios, try not to use a chipset or ME driver (or any other system driver) that has a later release date. A spare x99? Strix, x99A, or another R5E(-10). redface.gif
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you can run just fine with just the 8 pin... it a current delivery thing, so as long as you are not brutalizing your cpu with p95 or OCCT, it will run just fine with a modest OC.
Could be any of those components, or even a corrupted bios. When you flash to an earlier bios, try not to use a chipset or ME driver (or any other system driver) that has a later release date. A spare x99? Strix, x99A, or another R5E(-10). redface.gif

Hmmm bios version 1902 was fine before BSOD started, updated to 3303.
Bios 1 -3303 , what bios You think I should flash.
Bios 2- I don't know what version it has as it's showing code 53 on every ram in every slot.

Will only install OS if I am able to...right now can't even see Win10 pop up asking me to upgrade or custom Install.

Asus Strix , hmmm is it good enough ?
Was thinking of buying Gigabyte Champion, R5E 10 is way over my budget right now as I just bought 5960/5820k and still learning to bench.
Repped ! Thanks.
Edited by Johny Boy - 9/26/16 at 6:44am
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