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    Not sure if this helps. I had the NVRAM 07/94 code error for days on bios 701 and 801. I finally gave up and dismantled my hard tubing water cooling system and removed my amd Rx Vega gpu to the first slot PCI-E 16. I have a VGA raiser cable for the GPU but it wasn’t long enough for the first PCI-E slot so I used the second PCI-E 16 slot. No more code errors after that. Not sure if it’s a faulty raiser cable or the fact that the MB requires you to have the GPU in the first slot. Regardless, if your using any kind of hardware that’s having issues other than the first PCI-E lane, I would look into it.

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