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szczepan325

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  1. UEFI. Memtest86 + couple hours in Prime95 - no stability problems.
  2. Well, there is a problem with my PC. Sometimes it won't boot, Windows seems to crash at spinning circles animation (they spin couple of times, freeze and after few seconds PC reboots). After 3 attempts it goes to automatic repair, which says it cannot repair it. Sometimes it boots fine the first time. There seems to be no rule behind it. When it runs there are no stability issues under load. No crashes, BSOD's, nothing. Specs (kinda vintage, I know): - OS: Windows 10 x64 (2004) - PSU: Thermaltake Smart SE 530W - MOBO: Asrock Z77 Extreme 4 - CPU: Intel i7 2600K (
  3. If in doubt, consult manufacturer's website: https://www.asus.com/pl/Motherboards/PRIME-A320M-K/specifications/ It says (O.C.), so I guess that what's been tested with that mobo with XMP enabled.
  4. Thank you all for help. I had to do fresh install of Win10 anyways, as registry got corrupted. Win10 restored from image would't boot, and for some reason RegBack isn't a thing anymore. Thanks, Microsoft!
  5. The problem is I have only USB2 SATA bridge. Still the question remains, can we start Win10 installation from thumb drive, just to get to partitioning, so Win10 installer will create EFI bootloader and other partitions, and then just restore C:\ from image? Preferably installation-> partitioning would take place via some old laptop, so we don't have to bother that AIO PC? Then we would just slap that SSD in Ideacentre, close it up and be done with it
  6. Hello people! I was wondering if someone would point me in the right direction. Friends Ideacentre stopped booting. We have tried everything to make Windows 10 boot again, automated repair from RE, chkdsk, SFC, efi repairs in 10 different ways. It didn't work, so we decided to drop new SSD in there and just use Macrium to copy system image over. He has loads of personal files, and software which would be pain to install again, so clean install is a no-go. But the bootloader/EFI partition is probably garbage, so first we need to install Win 10 from scratch, so it makes all the neces
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