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Odd problem... what is your memory multiplier set at when you enable the Host Clock Control?
I just tried it with every multiplier from 2.0 to 4, including auto, with automatic voltages. No joy.
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great mobo, my friend has one ;D
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anyone here got an after market NB heatsink? mines running really hot.
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i don't know if anyone has had problem with this or not, but i guess the only way to find out is to ask.

First of all i'm trying to enable a setting in the bios and if i do i keep getting BSOD'd on windows startup. the setting i'm trying to get to work is :

Sata raid/AHCI mode. i set it to AHCI and i keep getting BSOD.
if i leave it s disable everything is fine.

Now my setup is a GA-EP35-DS3P rev 2.1 Bios F6
i have 2 Sata harddrives... 1 250 gig and the other 500 gig as well as my DVD writer is also Sata. other than those there are no other drives installed in my machine.

now am i missing something during my install? or do i have to F6 during the setup and install certain drivers? i noticed with that particular setting set to AHCI it goes through the Serial ATA AHCI Bios but never detects any drives during that phase, and as i said it doesn't load windows.. but just BSOD's. is there certain ACHI bios i'm supposed to load on my drives in order for this to detect? or is it just incompatible drives?

thanks for reading my post, and i hope that someone can help.
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is anybody using this heatsink on their board? http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835233003 i am thinking about getting one.
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i don't know if anyone has had problem with this or not, but i guess the only way to find out is to ask.

First of all i'm trying to enable a setting in the bios and if i do i keep getting BSOD'd on windows startup. the setting i'm trying to get to work is :

Sata raid/AHCI mode. i set it to AHCI and i keep getting BSOD.
if i leave it s disable everything is fine.

Now my setup is a GA-EP35-DS3P rev 2.1 Bios F6
i have 2 Sata harddrives... 1 250 gig and the other 500 gig as well as my DVD writer is also Sata. other than those there are no other drives installed in my machine.

now am i missing something during my install? or do i have to F6 during the setup and install certain drivers? i noticed with that particular setting set to AHCI it goes through the Serial ATA AHCI Bios but never detects any drives during that phase, and as i said it doesn't load windows.. but just BSOD's. is there certain ACHI bios i'm supposed to load on my drives in order for this to detect? or is it just incompatible drives?

thanks for reading my post, and i hope that someone can help.
try going into safe mode and installing the raid driver, If you can't do that then try removing your hd drivers and then enable and boot and redect.

Do a reg backup first.
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ok thank oyu, well i have tried a fresh install while having the setting in AHCI mode and it will get so far through the install then BSOD. if i change it after the install is done then i still get the BSOD. and the same in safe mode... so i think i'm missing something here but just do not know what.
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ok thank oyu, well i have tried a fresh install while having the setting in AHCI mode and it will get so far through the install then BSOD. if i change it after the install is done then i still get the BSOD. and the same in safe mode... so i think i'm missing something here but just do not know what.
http://forums.pcper.com/showthread.php?t=444831
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Ty, i found out what i have to do to use AHCI mode, and that is i had to plug both of my harddrives into the 2 purple Sata slots on the bottom of the Mobo. once i did that it took right off. i was using the 6 orange slots.. that's why it wouldn't work.
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Ty, i found out what i have to do to use AHCI mode, and that is i had to plug both of my harddrives into the 2 purple Sata slots on the bottom of the Mobo. once i did that it took right off. i was using the 6 orange slots.. that's why it wouldn't work.
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