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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    It's some kind of an error :)
    STOP Error 0x0000009C: MACHINE_CHECK_EXCEPTION
    STOP error 0x9C means that a fatal machine check exception has occurred. STOP code 0x0000009C may also display "MACHINE_CHECK_EXCEPTION" on the same STOP message.
    STOP Errors - Complete List of STOP Codes - STOP Error 0x60 to 0xBF

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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    That being said. Now what does it mean for the none tech expert. ME

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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    0x009c is often Vcore too low, but can be QPI/Vtt as well. Try raising both a bit until it stops, then lower one setting at a time back to the previous amount for a few days and see if you see the error again (If not try the other setting back at previous value).

    Then you'll know which was causing it. Of course that may be hard to do if it's random and doesn't happen often, so you may just want to try raising Vcore a notch or two and see how that goes for a week or two.

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    Like I stated earlier, it only has happen once, running more next over the next week to see if I can get it to happen again. I will report back if it does.

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    Ya I knew you mentioned it had only happened once, so it could have just been random. If you do start seeing it more often then you'll have to look into it, that's why I added that info.

    Hopefully it was just random and doesn't happen again!

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    Thanks for the help and information anyway, any little bit helps. I am heading to bed and going to let prime run for at least six hours. If it shut down, it should wake me up when it comes back on. I will keep you guys posted. For the record, this is one sweet board. I have two other gigabyte boards in my house. My daughter build is 775 socket DS4 and my sons build is socket 1366 UD3R. I have not had any problem out either one, I hope this one stands up like the other have and still is.

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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    No problem!

    Glad to hear you are liking your new G1 board, I'm sure it will continue to please you!

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    Hi, I hope you can help me.

    MB: GA-P35-DS3L
    BIOS: F9 (upgraded from F7)
    OS: Win 7

    Problem #1:
    No keyboard response in the BIOS. Both PS/2 and USB keyboards do not work in the BIOS/Qflash.
    Keyboard works when I boot into windows.
    PS/2 mouse does not work at all.
    Both mouse and keyboard work on another PC.

    Problem #2:
    I only get POST when the power supply is connected to 1 of my SATA HD.
    If I connect the power supply to any other HD/DVD drive at the same time no POST both with the data cable connected or disconnected from the board.

    I installed the power supply in another PC and its working.

    Ive reset the CMOS and upgraded the BIOS already.

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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    How did you flash the BIOS?

    Did you load and apply/reboot Optimized Defaults, before going back into the BIOS and changing settings?

    Do you have Legacy USB or USB Storage enabled in the BIOS, if not please enable and see if this corrects your USB keyboard issue.

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    Flashed with bootable USB as i don't have the use of the keyboard in qflash.

    "Did you load and apply/reboot Optimized Defaults, before going back into the BIOS and changing settings?

    Do you have Legacy USB or USB Storage enabled in the BIOS, if not please enable and see if this corrects your USB keyboard issue."

    Cant do this as no keyboard is working in the BIOS.

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