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glad to help:thumb:

I don't think we will get anymore updates MB/chipset wise.Lucky to have 7 support .
You plan on overclocking at all?
Here is the best guide for our boards http://www.overclock.net/t/307316/offical-overclocking-guide-amd-socket-am2/0_20

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The same thing happens when I use Intel's SSD toolbox on my 320 series SSD which is just like your program. According to Intel it's some Nvidia driver issue which happens on Nforce boards. However I was able to get full function of my SSD toolbox back by uninstalling the Nvidia storage drivers and replacing it with the MS generic driver "Standard Dual channel PCI IDE controller" I get less speed out of the generic driver so I just stick with the Nvidia ones. The only reason I would switch the driver would be to run Intel's SSD optimizer which is basically forcing a TRIM command manually.

Thanks I'll stick with how it is.
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K so everything works. problem is it doesn't work for long. with PMT and nvidia the computer starts to freeze up after a week of operation (playing an hour or two 4 days out of the week) and the freezes start to occur more frequently as time goes on. I havent tried anything crazy and set up both programs according to this forum however, after deleting the overclock program things seem to go back to normal. im currently putting my games on hold as I run without PMT and nvidia to test system stability at the stock 800 Mhz.

I think my solution is to manually turn on PMT every time I want to play a game and to idle at 800 Mhz. for start up, web browsing, and shutdowns. Wanted to know if anyone out there thinks another program may work with window 8.1 or whether a bios rollback from 5002 to a previous version may solve the problem.

Note. my cpu-z link show 3.0Ghz because i am running my puter with a stock heat sink so to keep heat down i only overclocked with a x15 multi.

thank in advance for your time and advice.
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Originally Posted by Qitix Ouiren View Post

K so everything works. problem is it doesn't work for long. with PMT and nvidia the computer starts to freeze up after a week of operation (playing an hour or two 4 days out of the week) and the freezes start to occur more frequently as time goes on. I havent tried anything crazy and set up both programs according to this forum however, after deleting the overclock program things seem to go back to normal. im currently putting my games on hold as I run without PMT and nvidia to test system stability at the stock 800 Mhz.

I think my solution is to manually turn on PMT every time I want to play a game and to idle at 800 Mhz. for start up, web browsing, and shutdowns. Wanted to know if anyone out there thinks another program may work with window 8.1 or whether a bios rollback from 5002 to a previous version may solve the problem.

Note. my cpu-z link show 3.0Ghz because i am running my puter with a stock heat sink so to keep heat down i only overclocked with a x15 multi.

thank in advance for your time and advice.

have you tried using M2NTweaker?
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have you tried using M2NTweaker?

Thanks for pointing out that program. It did the same thing as the other programs so now I'm sure they are causing the freezes. so i will read up on OC'ing my phenom and hopefully that will shed some light on the issue. untill then i will only OC as needed. and will upgrade my heatsink the freezes could be related to heat spikes and they are never good.
Edited by Qitix Ouiren - 3/25/14 at 2:57pm
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I have the USB keyboard problem with a Phenom II 965 and a 5001 bios on my M2N-SLI Deluxe.
Has anyone found an answer to this problem yet?
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Usually this only a problem while in the bios,usb works ok in windows.
Is this your problem?
PS/2 kb is the best solution.
Disable legacy usb support in bios sometimes helps also.

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Edited by Gyro - 3/26/14 at 8:50am
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I will give disabling legacy support a try.
I thought that maybe trying 1801 might work also.
Has this been tried yet?
I thought someone might have come up with a modded bios by now.
It is just annoying having to plug in a PS/2 keyboard every time you have to make a change.
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I will give disabling legacy support a try.
I thought that maybe trying 1801 might work also.
Has this been tried yet?
I thought someone might have come up with a modded bios by now.
It is just annoying having to plug in a PS/2 keyboard every time you have to make a change.

You can try one of these



I never had this problem on my setup for some reason.
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Hi Guys. Hope you are all well.

I had to rebuild the M2N32's OS yesterday. The hardware has been acting strangely of late and I've had trouble isolating the problem. One thing I'm seeing that causes me concern is the NB temp reaching 100C. This as seen using HWINFO. Asus boards I have here do seem to run NB hot. I have active cooling on the NB for my Crosshair V. I'm going to look into doing the same on this board.

My question is, I've never seen this discussed in the thread, so I don't know how pervasive the issue is. Also, are there any suggestions on how to deal with the problem. Perhaps reapplying TIM?
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