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post #11 of 17
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Originally Posted by bajer29 View Post

Check any BIOS AHCI, RAID, or IDE settings. Reset CMOS to stock and try OC again.

BIOS is on AHCI
CMOS rest already done

only funny thing - by default "Fast boot" option is "not activated" and normal boot would be like 30 sec boot time
i tried also to set on "activate fast boot" - nothing happend
when i turned on "Ultra Fast boot" 1 out of 3 times it fires up the system within 7-8 sec (really ultra fast :-))
but that does not work all the time - i will try in a different system and see what the SSD does there - if that works fine - if not --> on WE i will reinstall Win 10 - maybe a electrical instability caused just some files to get corrupted (which i do not really believe as it is no HDD - should normally not happen on SSD's - but lets see)

any other suggestions?
post #12 of 17
I'm confused about the topic. Are we slandering Corsair or trying to diagnose hardware issues?
post #13 of 17
Re-seat SSD cables and RAM. Test RAM one stick at a time with MEMTEST.
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post #14 of 17
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I'm confused about the topic. Are we slandering Corsair or trying to diagnose hardware issues?
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post #15 of 17
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Re-seat SSD cables and RAM. Test RAM one stick at a time with MEMTEST.

Never used MEMTEST
how long should i run the test?
some write like 1 hour - some write like over night
not sure what makes really sense
post #16 of 17
Until the test is complete.
post #17 of 17
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thank - 1 faulty RAM caused problems - problem resolved!
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