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    ASUS ROG STRIX X99-PC booting unreliably

    So over the past two days I've been troubleshooting my system of two months featuring a 6800k, ASUS ROG STRIX X99 motherboard (worth noting that I'm not running the latest BIOS), 16GB Vengeance 2666 and GTX 970. It all started with my mouse and keyboard not working (but they still work in the BIOS?? I got them to work in Windows by disabling xHCI). Then it progressed to the inability to boot, with the motherboard showing code 61, or NVRAM Initialization. What's also interesting is that the PC seems to boot fine whenever it wants to. For example, this afternoon I booted the PC successfully 6 times in a row before getting the error and not booting 3 times. After that it worked again and I've yet to shut it off. So basically my question is: What could be causing my PC to sometimes fail to boot? I'm going to try updating the BIOS later.
    Thanks in advance.

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    I would suggest try Clearing the CMOS, Update the BIOS when possible.

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