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28 Jun 2012  
James7679

Windows 7 Home Premium x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by gregevan View Post
I'll look into updating the BIOS when I get back to my computer and let you know when I did that.
Dont' forget about the rest. Before you do ANYTHING else, reset the BIOS to fail safe settings, if you don't you can brick your Motherboard during the flash if your PC crashes.

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by James7679 View Post
Hello gregevan. Not to replace the excellent help of Frederik, but I have some advice to offer.

  1. Update your BIOS(as already stated) as it is a few revisions old. BIOS updates often address stability issues. ASUS - Motherboards- ASUS P6T SE
  2. Update your ASUS Drivers, including AI Suite, they can be found in the above link.
  3. Overclocking? I believe so. This BugCheck code in conjunction with overclocking, can be a result of too low of VCore. If you are(which I am fairly certain you are) overclocking, please stop for now. We need to test stability before you revert back to an overclocked state. EDIT: yes, to confirm, you are overclocked. To a whopping 4ghz!
Thanks,


James
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