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    Default Re: GA-P67A-UD4-B3 cold boot bsods

    ok today after some of win services have been crashed i turned off pc and flashed new bios to f3. also i've swapped memory to samsung with dual channel mode (but in cpu-z it doesn't shown for some reason). we'll see how it will goin
    and i've also moved sata cable to sata 3 port. how do you think is it safe for operation temps? cause i heard that sata 3 bridge becomes too hot during the work comparing with sata 2

    edit: and it seems that the error "The driver detected a controller error on\Device\Harddisk1\DR1" is not ram related. it's a mystical random event viewer error which absolutely has unknown cause. it's a doom and as far i'm concerned nobody really knows wtf is this since xp times!
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    Default Re: GA-P67A-UD4-B3 cold boot bsods

    Only the latest beta CPU-z shows "Dual Channel", you can get that here
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/4668167/cpuz_1.57.1.zip

    Be sure you update the backup BIOS to match the MAIN BIOS once you get stable and have the BIOS setup how you want
    GIGABYTE Tech Daily: Video guide how to update your backup bios on GIGABYTE P67 boards

    SATA 6GB/s is fine to use, temps will be the same as using 3Gb/s

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    Default Re: GA-P67A-UD4-B3 cold boot bsods

    yep i've already done a backup, it's a very pleasant operation

    well so far no bsods at all since the bios was flashed & memory swapped. in fact it seems this was a ram related problem - probably incapabilty on some level. OR one of the stick is really bad - because now i haven't a sudden crash of service or video driver, or constant reloadin explorer.exe in safe mode, or have CRC errors during test of archive while just 3 hours ago all was fine! it was really strange cuz memtest shows 0 errors. now it works as it supposed to be and i'm enjoy a stable powerful system
    i think the problem is solved

    thank you guys for being so helpful, this is a really friendly forum i ever seen

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    Default Re: GA-P67A-UD4-B3 cold boot bsods

    Nice to hear everything has been running smoothly! Ya, it does sound like the old memory was probably the issue.

    Post back anytime!

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