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I think you have 2 options - try and fix ahci mode in windows 10 (I don't know how you do this) or go back to windows 7 and fix( I can probably help with that).

Also go to your device manager and see what you have installed like I showed you in the pic earlier. Its possible you may not even have a SATA controller driver installed. It may be IDE controller driver.
Edited by CDub07 - 11/4/15 at 3:18pm
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Yep I don't believe you have SATA AHCI driver installed. I think that is your problem. How many hard drives do you have installed? I don't know how to fix this under windows 10. Asrock doesn't list Windows 10 drivers. I bet MS just installed a IDE controller driver because it wasn't set up correctly under windows 7. Im out of ideals on how to fix this under windows 10.

Oh just when you think your beat you find the answer.

There is an alternate way to change from IDE to AHCI that might work on your system. But some warnings first.

OEMs suggest reinstalling rather than changing, especially with an SSD.

You stand the chance of loosing your install if something goes wrong, and different systems may behave differently.

Not Recommended for Windows 7.

While in Windows 8, open msconfig.exe and go to the boot tab and check Safe Boot. Click Apply and OK, and allow restart.

Boot back into the Bios and change the controller to AHCI. Saving the change which will cause your system to reboot.

This time, let it continue the boot into Safe Mode. While there, Windows 8 will install the AHCI drivers. You can check the SATA controllers in Device Manger to make sure if you want.

Open msconfig.exe again and uncheck the Safe Boot box on the Boot tab.

Reboot your system normally.

I did not let my system run long after I changed mine, but I might expect some background housekeeping activity from the NTFS utilities. If something does not work correctly, then you might have to reset the controller to IDE to boot.

http://www.eightforums.com/drivers-hardware/22126-changing-ide-ahci-caused-no-boot.html
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Not Recommended for Windows 7.

There is a way to change from IDE to SATA in Win7 too (if one googles it's easy to find), but only works if you don't have 3rd party (AMD) SATA drivers installed. You need to have only the Microsoft SATA driver.
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Yea I know that way but he went from windows 7 to windows 10. Im thinking that they might have had it not installed in windows 7 as SATA AHCI and when it was upgraded to Windows 10 MS just said hey you had IDE in 7 I will install IDE in 10. It makes a lot of sense because they said they didn't have issues til a crash or bluescreen of something and that's when the issue started occurring I recall.

EDIT - I don't know if AMD driver is bad or not. I haven't had any issues with it.
Edited by CDub07 - 11/5/15 at 4:28am
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I did disable all of those. I have 5 delta fans running 150+cfm, a 200mm fan running 80cfm, 3x enemax fans moving 75cfm, using a cm hyper 212evo cooler.

I should state while in cpuz that 1.4v in the bios was being read as 1.32v.

So what micro board would be better, I want sataIII and usb 3.0?(my case only allows micro boards)
Please try to conserve your hearing.
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Yeah, i don't know why exactly, but just like there is " a silicon luck of the draw" for CPUs, there is something similar for motherboards. You see on same model, specially the cheaper ones, a sort of odd variation of quality almost. You see someone overclocking and another not being able to run stock. I 've seen this in my Asrock 970 Extreme3 too. Really i 've seen people struggling to run 8320 at 3.5Ghz, even with added VRM fan, while mine would run 4Ghz with relative ease. This here is another example... I don't know, maybe it's part of a variation during the fabbrication process, where there is a difference in quality control and there is some range of tolerance, so some are built better than others, so some run also a bit hotter than others or have worse thermal pad contact or something...
Things like dried-up northbridge paste can make a big difference. My northbridge on the UD3P is considerably happier with replacement paste.
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The ASUS Sabertooth is the best option at this time as everyone else has given up and are only building boards for low to mid range OCs.
The UD3P is still the best bang for the buck, even though it's pretty much limited to 4.5 GHz if you plan to have a Prime-stable high-performance mode overclock.
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I did disable all of those. I have 5 delta fans running 150+cfm, a 200mm fan running 80cfm, 3x enemax fans moving 75cfm, using a cm hyper 212evo cooler.

I should state while in cpuz that 1.4v in the bios was being read as 1.32v.

So what micro board would be better, I want sataIII and usb 3.0?(my case only allows micro boards)
Please try to conserve your hearing.
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Yeah, i don't know why exactly, but just like there is " a silicon luck of the draw" for CPUs, there is something similar for motherboards. You see on same model, specially the cheaper ones, a sort of odd variation of quality almost. You see someone overclocking and another not being able to run stock. I 've seen this in my Asrock 970 Extreme3 too. Really i 've seen people struggling to run 8320 at 3.5Ghz, even with added VRM fan, while mine would run 4Ghz with relative ease. This here is another example... I don't know, maybe it's part of a variation during the fabbrication process, where there is a difference in quality control and there is some range of tolerance, so some are built better than others, so some run also a bit hotter than others or have worse thermal pad contact or something...
Things like dried-up northbridge paste can make a big difference. My northbridge on the UD3P is considerably happier with replacement paste.
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The ASUS Sabertooth is the best option at this time as everyone else has given up and are only building boards for low to mid range OCs.
The UD3P is still the best bang for the buck, even though it's pretty much limited to 4.5 GHz if you plan to have a Prime-stable high-performance mode overclock.

I liked the hearing comment....I have never been bothered by loud fans, although the 80mm Tornado (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811999612) was too much.

I would be completely happy with 4.2ghz...but no overclock at all sucks.
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I liked the hearing comment...
I ruined my hearing by going to a single rock concert in '99 (Siouxsie). Ever since then I can't even wear headphones and play music quietly without getting tinnitus when I sleep which makes it hard to fall asleep. I have my computer in a closet with long cables to cut noise.

My ears are especially easy to damage because I had tubes in them as a kid which widened the canals, making it easier for sound to get in. So everything is louder to me. Of course my father's ideas of a good time when I was a kid were shooting and drag racing. rolleyes.gif
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I would be completely happy with 4.2ghz...but no overclock at all sucks.
I was able to overclock an ECS board with a Sempron 3100+ (90nm SSE3) once, by raising the bus 10 MHz. biggrin.gif

It didn't have a PCI-e lock, VRM sink, or anything even remotely related to overclocking. That was annoying since that chip was known to be a strong overclocker.
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I liked the hearing comment....I have never been bothered by loud fans, although the 80mm Tornado (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811999612) was too much.

I would be completely happy with 4.2ghz...but no overclock at all sucks.

I know the board sucks for OCing but you should at least be able to hit turbo clocks as your base. Im at 1.25v @ 3.8GHz with the stock cooler I probably could get away with less but I know this is stable. I got a Scythe Samurai ZZ Rev.B CPU Cooler coming Saturday. I may try for 4.0-4.2 GHz then.
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I did disable all of those. I have 5 delta fans running 150+cfm, a 200mm fan running 80cfm, 3x enemax fans moving 75cfm, using a cm hyper 212evo cooler.

I should state while in cpuz that 1.4v in the bios was being read as 1.32v.

So what micro board would be better, I want sataIII and usb 3.0?(my case only allows micro boards)

I could be wrong my friend but what you want is only available with this board at the moment. Either you have SATA 6.0 and USB3.0 (Asrock)or OCing and USB 3.0(Giga).

Also on a side note when did OCing become just about a number? I remember when OCing was you took the cheapest chip available and squeezed every last ounce of power out of raising your base clock and having to adjust everything because everything was linked to the bus speed. Anyone can up a multi and increase your CPU volts. Guess Im just getting old at the age of 28...lmao
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