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    That method should work on W 10 as well because I tried it on my x399 and it was working but let's skip this. Let's work on booting the USB w W 10 on it. Did you install the W 10 iso on it via Rufus ?

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    I did indeed, because I had to do a clean install on my previous system, and that was what I used to do it.

    Unfortunately, I've tried to do it several times from both the DVD and that thumb drive, but it always ends the same: Random BSODs/GSODs.

    It's like something in BIOS is blocking them. I couldn't even boot a recovery thumb drive.

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    check out youtube videos titled "how to boot from usb asus"


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iIuEb-Ek6-U
    Last edited by BigJob; 03-02-2018 at 05:25 AM.

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    Did all of those except for Secure Boot; the only way you can disable it is if you clear out the keys.

    I tried that on the original build, and it still refused to cooperate.

    I'm gonna give it a rest for tonight. I've been getting to bed late every day this week fighting with this thing, and I'm done with it for tonight. Looks like I'm gonna have to take it in to Micro center after all, and that's gonna be $100 to even look at it.

    I knew I shoulda gone Ryzen...

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    EUREKA!

    I think I found what was keeping me from booting anything: the Turbo mode.

    I disabled it, and I managed to boot into both the DVD and the thumb drive. When I re-enabled it, the same problem hit me again.

    Right now, I've managed to get into System Restore and hopefully this will roll me back enough to undo the Insider update until I can figure out what the hell happened...

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    Solved!

    Yep, that was definitely it.

    I reset Win10, and now the system is almost completely set up. I put back in the Nvidia card, and later on I'll be adding in the remaining hard drives and the Thunderbolt card.

    Thanks to all who assisted me.

    That Turbo setting should really have been more prominent, especially considering that it could keep people from booting properly.

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    Turbo mode huh... i learn i learn ... Congrats to fixing your issue!

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    Smile

    unfortunately, the drama didn't quite end after that...

    Even though I got the system back up, it was extremely unstable, and then the MB started giving me a RAM error.

    Needless to say, both the MB and the memory went back for an exchange. When I got them home, I still had the instability problems, so I decided to take back the only other part in the equation that I hadn't returned yet: The CPU.

    Got the new CPU back home, put it in, and was rewarded by a completely different system. It was completely stable, and I even reenabled Turbo mode with no ill effects. Apparently having to disable that was not a normal thing to do.

    So now, the issue is absolutely solved, once and for all...

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    Still Stable and Able!

    Well, it's been almost a month, and the system is still wonderfully stable. I haven't had a single BSOD or GSOD yet, and that's definitely a good thing. Now all I have to do is figure how to get the Thunderbolt card to work..

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    cubdukat,
    Good to hear, a Z370 with an 8700K equals a very fast system
    I have never used TB before so can provide on help but there have been several threads here in these forums if you search you may find some information to help

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