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  1. #991
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    Quote Originally Posted by bloot View Post
    0075 does not shut down and boot up when restarting the system
    Luckily all it does is make the startup a little longer, not like it is crashing anything.

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    On 7501 CBS is almost gone.. again -.-

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    Quote Originally Posted by EZ_PC_TECH View Post
    I forgot what I did when I had the same issues. Go and set Power Down Mode to disabled, it should fix your issues.
    Revo uninstaller remove old AMD Chipset Drivers
    Install AMD Newest Chipset Drivers 1.9.27.1033
    USB BIOS Flashback CROSSHAIR-VI-HERO-ASUS-7501.zip
    Only Disable Power Down and DRAM ECC
    DRAM 2400MHZ No use D.O.C.P All default
    Still got BSoD

    But after use AMD Newest Chipset Drivers 1.9.27.1033
    Bios 7501 always BSoD →become sometimes BSoD
    Last edited by suifong; 09-28-2019 at 07:17 PM. Reason: Wrong letter

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    Quote Originally Posted by suifong View Post
    Revo uninstaller remove old AMD Chipset Drivers
    Install AMD Newest Chipset Drivers 1.9.27.1033
    USB BIOS Flashback CROSSHAIR-VI-HERO-ASUS-7501.zip
    Only Disable Power Down and DRAM ECC
    DRAM 2400MHZ No use D.O.C.P All default
    Still got BSoD

    But after use AMD Newest Chipset Drivers 1.9.27.1033
    Bios 7501 always BSoD →become sometimes BSoD
    Are you running the Windows balanced power plan or Ryzen balanced?
    My BSODs seem to have stopped after either running chkdsk /scan and chkdsk /F bacause i had some errors or switching to Ryzen balanced plan and not lowering minimum processor state from 99%.

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    Quote Originally Posted by igralec84 View Post
    Are you running the Windows balanced power plan or Ryzen balanced?
    My BSODs seem to have stopped after either running chkdsk /scan and chkdsk /F bacause i had some errors or switching to Ryzen balanced plan and not lowering minimum processor state from 99%.
    Yes I use AMD Ryzen Balanced Minimum processor state 99%(AMD default)
    Chkdsk /scan and chkdsk /F no any error

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    Try sfc /scannow in elevated CMD. That'll fix windows corruptions.

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    Thumbs up

    Asus corrected the cold boot 1 year ago and now brings it back.
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    You, guys, really should open the tickets at Asus CS for all your issues. If you are not doing this, they are not even aware that something is wrong. I know that many of you not hesitating to do that, but if you don't, then you really should.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EZ_PC_TECH View Post
    You, guys, really should open the tickets at Asus CS for all your issues. If you are not doing this, they are not even aware that something is wrong. I know that many of you not hesitating to do that, but if you don't, then you really should.
    I've opened multiple support tickets about BIOS faults, every single one has ended with them telling me to RMA the board. From what I've seen, contacting Asus customer support is just a complete waste of time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave001 View Post
    I've opened multiple support tickets about BIOS faults, every single one has ended with them telling me to RMA the board. From what I've seen, contacting Asus customer support is just a complete waste of time.
    I feel you. Their CS is completely incompetent. They can't even write up the question correctly to transfer it to their engineers. Just tell them that you didn't have those issues before with an older BIOS, but that older BIOS is not fully compatible with your new CPU, so RMA of the board pointless because it's clearly a software issue.

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