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    Default Re: ga 77n-wifi issues

    I performed the memtest85 for about a little more than 3 hours and got 3 passes without errors.
    I checked the bios configuration for memory. Everything is set to Auto except "Performance Enhance" set to Turbo (possible values: Normal, Turbo, Extreme) and "Extreme memory profile (X.M.P)" set to Disabled.

    I will do the test for big archive.

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    Default Re: ga 77n-wifi issues

    The test with a 20GB compressed data rar file does not show any error.

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    Hi,

    Sometimes the CPU-Z won't showing correct SPD code, and im very sure the SPD code with the Ares 2133Mhz is 11-11-11-30 2T for every single kit.
    As your Memtest testing result shows no error by Auto mode, the problem shouldn't cause by memory.

    You could test the hard drive by Crystaldiskinfo or HD Tune Pro and check out the S.M.A.R.T information:
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    ga 77n-wifi issues-2013-12-30_110323-jpg

    To ensure the memory is fine, install one memory module only and test both sticks separately.
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    I had the same issues with a previous harddrive. This one is a new one. So I don't think the problem comes from the hard drive. I can give it a try anyway.

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    Many problems are caused by bad cables or connections.
    Hardware that is not properly installed or fully seated in the motherboard's slots can also cause random problems.

    Don't assume that that just because cables and/or wires look OK that they are working properly.
    The fact that you had the same issues with a previous hard drive tells me that there is something else that is causing the problem.

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    Many times a failing power supply can cause instability or random problems and the only way to thoroughly check this out is to borrow a very good quality power supply that is known to provide reliable power. Even a fairly new, high quality power supply can be the cause of the problem.

    I've seen many threads in the forum where the solution to a stubborn problem couldn't be fixed until the the motherboard was removed from the computer case and the motherboard was placed on a cardboard box beside the case and the owner tested the system with a minimal hardware setup.
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    Quote Originally Posted by profJim View Post
    I find it interesting that the SPD window shows different command rates for the XMP-2134 (CR = 2T) and XMP-2132 (CR = 1T) settings.
    It must be becoming more commonplace as I see SPD's having both programmed with 1T and 2T here too. There's a sane reason for that too. Read the next line down.

    And speaking of instability and Command Rates, Zinaps, choose the XMP setting that shows the CR of 2T, reboot afterwards, and tell us if the instability is lessened or gone.



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    I don't know how to trigger the instability from my current windows 7 installation.
    As I know I have issues installing the system when my graphic card is plugged I did the test by installing the windows 7 operating system after creating a system image of my current installation.

    I selected the "Profile1" instead of "Disabled" which sets the CR to 2. ("Profile2" also BTW)
    I ran the install from my USB key, everything went well until the end. Checkdisk reported no errors and the "sfc /scannow" did not report any error either.

    To complete the test, I deciced to redo the installation with "Disabled" (CR=1).
    I ran the install from my USB key, the installation went very far then blackscreen for 20 second, reboot, scandisk launched automatically as the installation was trying to recover I think. I stopped there and set back my old installation from the backup image.

    I'm currently using the "Profile1" setting:
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    So I think the issue might really be related to the memory settings.
    What is your opinion?

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    So XMP Profile1 set(s) the command rate to 2T, right?

    And installing the OS using Profile1, with the 660 installed while doing so, went without a hiccup when using Profile1(2T)?
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    Default Re: ga 77n-wifi issues

    yes for both questions

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