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Windows 7: BSOD number 102512-30217-01

29 Oct 2012   #11

Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit Service Pack 1

devices? If you do, enable it. USB 3.0 will not work until the OS loads. The USB 3.0 drivers are in the OS.
It's enabled

Your front pannel headers has an audio connection, is it plugged into the HD audio connection or the AC97 connection?
AC97 connection

Try plugging your Keyboard to a rear USB 2.0 port and the headphones into a front USB 2.0 port.
I did this, and i still getting that problem with the Headset "it don't work" (remembering: my keyboard is connected at the 3.0 USB "it's a 2.0 USB keyboard" and it's working ok, my headset is connected at a 2.0 USB and it's working ok)

Also, set the voltage for the ram by manufacturers specs and make sure the timings are the same.
I set the AI Options to X.M.P. and the voltage and the timings is ok.

Let us know how that works for you.
Everything is working fine, but sometimes i got that BSOD. maybe it's some driver conflict or maybe it's ok now, if i get the BSOD again i will report for you guys, Thank you very much guys.

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29 Oct 2012   #12

Windows 7 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Enterprise X64/Windows 10 Pro X64/Linux Mint

The sound should be for the front panel USB ports, it's a front panel connector. Try connecting the HD Audio instead of the AC97. You have the USB in BIOS configured correctly and the keyboard should work, but sometimes USB 3.0 does not work like it should. And for the ram, I always set the voltage manually. If you do that set it at 1.65V. Also, did you download your motherboard drivers from the manufacturer's web site or use the driver disk? You will get much more current drivers from the manufacturer's site.

Also, when you install the Nvidia drivers, the Nvidia HDMI driver is not necessary, especially if you don't use HDMI. I have read that they can conflict with on board realtek audio drivers.
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