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Upgraded Cpu, Having Issues

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I upgraded from a 10400f to a 10700f a few days ago and am having some issues now. Initially, the USB ports would randomly lose power and come back on again. I no longer have that issue, but now the booting is longer tha nusual and I got a message about it trying to repair yesterday. Any ideas what could be causing this? I have a Gigabyte b460m DS3H AC-Y1 mobo

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if you've got a spare SATA SSD throw that in it unplug/remove your main drive and install a fresh windows on the spare see if that clears up the issues.  Could just be some Windows weirdness happening with the CPU swap

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If you have the performance maximizer installed, you should uninstall and install it again. Also try the same with the chipset drivers. It's just intel being intel.

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On 12/7/2022 at 11:07 AM, QuantumSingularity said:

If you have the performance maximizer installed, you should uninstall and install it again. Also try the same with the chipset drivers. It's just intel being intel.

What's the performance maximizer?

 

Also, I turned off my computer, removed the power cable, held the power button for 10 seconds, and now the USB ports are turning off and on again. Could this be a mobo issue?

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