Re: Solution for Asrock BSOD on Extreme or Pro boards
Yup I discovered many moons ago that disabling "SATA Agressive Link Power MGMT" in the UEFI/BIOS was the solution to the freezing of my SSD where my OS is installed...Interesting correlation that you are drawing conclusions on in regards to BSOD's. I guess the key point is if you are buying an "EXTREME" or "PRO" board it makes no sense to employ some power management setting that seems contradictory to using a cutting-edge board to begin with...
Many Thanks for your observations and Solution :)
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