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    I don't notice any major difference when minimizing/opening the window, but I never really paid attention to how fast that aspect was before all this happened.

    Now something I did look into was something that happened to my old board. There was a point where spontaneously I had this exact issue, but it was slow across the board, not just with loading programs. I did research and found out that the "Primary IDE Channel" was set to the wrong transfer type. It kept reverting to "PIO" mode instead of "DMA" mode, so what I had to do was uninstall that in the device manager, reload Windows, which then let Windows re-install it and set it right. I'm looking at it again right now and it shows me being in "Ultra DMA Mode 5" mode, so this time around this is not the issue.

    What is your idea on what could cause this? I'll take a look and see.

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    I don't have any idea except incorrect ram settings, which I dont think is the case. Maybe bad driver or something somewhere? Is everything better in safe mode? Try that and see, if it is then you know some program or driver is causing the issue

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    Just got back from going into safe mode, same exact problem with that, nothing improved.

    Is there anything in BIOS that is SATA related that I should look at?

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    Hmm, how about creating a new (Secondary for testing) Profile and signing into it? Just to check.

    Your BIOS Settings should be as follows for No AHCI/RAID, disks connected to the Yellow ports. OS drive on SATA2_0

    Integrated Peripherals

    Intel Controller (Yellow Ports)
    SATA RAID/AHCI Mode (Intel ICH10R Southbridge) ............. Disabled
    SATA Port0-3 Native Mode ................................... Enabled (or Disabled, both will work)

    Gigabyte/J.Micron Controller (Purple Ports)
    Onboard SATA/IDE Device (GIGABYTE SATA2 Chip) ............. Enabled
    Onboard SATA/IDE Ctrl Mode (GIGABYTE SATA2 Chip) ........... IDE

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    Ok, found the problem, woot.

    I was thinking back through the whole conversation you gave me about how drivers installed that aren't needed can conflict. (which was the issue with the last problem.) So I started thinking and going through the device manager, and there it was. Found a RAID driver that wasn't needed. I disabled it and immediately the problem was fixed. Whew. Glad it's getting faster to fix these issues, lol. :D

    Thanks for giving me the tip on that!

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    Nice find, and glad you thought back about things!

    That's why I mentioned it, drivers for RAID are often mistakenly installed using Xpress install on the driver CD.

    So you all good then? Great if so, post back anytime

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    So you all good then? Great if so, post back anytime
    Ok, hopefully one last oddity. This isn't a big deal on this one if I can't find a fix for it. The day that I installed the board, I ran the EnergySaver program. It went fine, no problems. Last night I ran it and got a micro-second BSOD then a total reboot. Event Viewer doesn't show anything. I tried one more time to see if it was a fluke and this time my entire system froze up on me with no reboot. Any idea why it worked the first time and all of a sudden it's not?

    Now I want to note that when I double click the program, it -does- run. It's the second I click on the "advanced" button on the right hand side of EnergySaver to turn it on is when the problem starts. Thoughts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Esch View Post
    Ok, hopefully one last oddity. This isn't a big deal on this one if I can't find a fix for it. The day that I installed the board, I ran the EnergySaver program. It went fine, no problems. Last night I ran it and got a micro-second BSOD then a total reboot. Event Viewer doesn't show anything. I tried one more time to see if it was a fluke and this time my entire system froze up on me with no reboot. Any idea why it worked the first time and all of a sudden it's not?

    Now I want to note that when I double click the program, it -does- run. It's the second I click on the "advanced" button on the right hand side of EnergySaver to turn it on is when the problem starts. Thoughts?

    i believe you need c1e and EIST enabled to use it
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    Ok, now I show my ignorance.. what are those and where do I set them? :P

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    advanced bios features. you can turn on c1e, c2,and c4 if you want. with c1e and EIST enabled cpu multi will change with system load from 6-to max
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