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  1. I've already tried. Windows fails to find any drivers and I'm not really noticing any issues other than a ping spike every 5 minutes or so.
  2. Bad news, bios update did nothing for the problem. Think that the best course of action here is to upgrade the mobo.... Finally a good reason!
  3. Yeah, I'm starting to fear that. I'll run a bios update, fingers crossed.
  4. Reset bios, still nothing unfortunately...
  5. I've been scouring the bios and can't even find anything relating to LAN... other than wake up on LAN. I decided to reset to defaults in case I had at one point accidentally turned something off. No good, still nothing. As for the LED's, no. The activity lights that would normally be blinking don't seem to be doing anything.
  6. More detail: When trying to install drivers, the wizard says, "The Realtek Network Controller was not found. If Deep Sleep Mode is enabled Please Plug the Cable."
  7. Hi all, I've recently had a problem with my Ethernet port on my Asrock AB350M Pro4. I moved into a new apartment today, one with a wired connection that I didn't previously have. I have verified that the cable I'm using works, as well as the wall port, however, my desktop doesn't seem to want to recognize that there's a cable plugged into it. I looked further into device manager and it doesn't appear that Windows is even detecting that I have an Ethernet port. Additionally, when I run ipconfig/all in the command prompt (What clued me into this issue) there is no result for Ethernet adapter. I've tried to install drivers for the port that I got off of Asrock's website, but they failed to install due to the apparent lack of a port. I'd love for someone cleverer than I to help solve this issue. A picture of what I see in network adapters
  8. Wouldn't let me upload this other .dmp file onto that thread, so here goes.080719-7250-01.dmp
  9. Hello, I'm experiencing some BSOD issues again with my Ryzen 3000 system. I have posted before about this but I believe to have narrowed the causes down. When NZXT CAM runs, I get a laggy screen followed, after a couple of minutes, by a BSOD with the stop code DPC_WATCHDOG_VIOLATION. Windows 10 Home x64 Mainly parts that are less than 2 years old OS age of slightly less than a month Ryzen 3700x NVIDIA RTX 2070 (MSI Armor 8G) Asrock Ab350m Pro4 (Flashed BIOS to one that supports 3rd gen ryzen) Corsair RM550x 080719-7468-01.dmp Home-built PERFMON REPORT.html 080719-7468-01.dmp
  10. Update: Windows is running stable now, all is good and without BSOD. As for the temps, I believe they were a result of my mobo pushing too much power in (1.5v)... ouch. Down-volted manually back to default 1.35 and things idle at 36-38c on windows.
  11. I'll try that. There are some mandatory drivers in windows for my board to run the updated bios... I have no idea what their purpose is, but I installed them because that's what the manufacturer's website told me to do. I hope that there won't be any issues with a fresh install of windows, but we will just have to wait and see....
  12. Yeah, I have checked the manufacturers website. It supports 3rd gen. Weird thing is though, I cloned it while my 1500x was still in the system, with no issues, crashes or bsods. Only when I installed a new CPU did the issues start. Also have no idea about the temps.
  13. I recently bought a 3700x for my ab350m pro4. I flashed the bios to p5.90, the latest version, in the correct sequence with the correct software. So, I installed the 3700x after doing this, mounted the cooler blah blah blah... The PC successfully posted, and I entered the bios. Everything looks fine until I see the temperatures. The temps were reading around 60 degrees Celsius in the bios... not good. I decided to test it for myself and feel the physical cooler and heat pipes and they were room temperature, certainly not what I would be feeling if the cpu was running at 60c. So that is issue 1 of 2. I decided to continue into windows, knowing that I probably wasn't actually causing any physical damage to the cpu, as it is not as hot as it is reading. After about a minute inside windows, I get frozen applications, then about 30 seconds later a BSOD with the error code DPC_WATCHDOG_VIOLATION. I haven't seen this before, so I google it. Turns out it is typically an SSD type error. I just moved my OS from a SATA SSD to an NVME gen 3 M.2 SSD. I don't know if the cpu is having issues running the gen 3, which I doubt it would, or if there is another problem that I need to sort out, like a driver error or corruption. To make matters worse, since the system will only stay operable for about a minute, I don't have the ability do download any dump file applications, or even find them myself as told in the BSOD thread; the system just dies too quickly in windows to do anything. I don't know how to fix this, hopefully you all can come through again with some answers to these issues.
  14. Okay, interesting new development. I flashed the bios to p5.90, the latest version, in the correct sequence with the correct software. So, I installed the 3700x after doing this, mounted the cooler blah blah blah... The PC successfully posted, and I entered the bios. Everything looks fine until I see the temperatures. The temps were reading around 60 degrees Celsius in the bios... not good. I decided to test it for myself and feel the physical cooler and heat pipes and they were room temperature, certainly not what I would be feeling if the cpu was running at 60c. So that is issue 1 of 2. I decided to continue into windows, knowing that I probably wasn't actually causing any physical damage to the cpu, as it is not as hot as it is reading. After about a minute inside windows, I get frozen applications, then about 30 seconds later a BSOD with the error code DPC_WATCHDOG_VIOLATION. I haven't seen this before, so I google it. Turns out it is typically an SSD type error. I just moved my OS from a SATA SSD to an NVME gen 3 M.2 SSD. I don't know if the cpu is having issues running the gen 3, which I doubt it would, or if there is another problem that I need to sort out, like a driver error or corruption. I don't know how to fix this, hopefully you all can come through again with some answers to these issues.
  15. There is one, it's the AsRock x570m pro4. It is fairly expensive and seems to have dodgy power delivery, hence the avoidance.
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