Well aftwer looking around a bit I found that in the bios, my cell phone is detected, it show kyocera mass storage device as a bootable device, wierd. How come windows will not detect mass storage devices.
I have installed intels newest drivers, but still not luck.
I am now also having trouble with planetside 2 and crysis 3 crashing on me, planetside actually BSOD on me. I am hoping that is a driver issue as there are others on the boards having some of the same issues.
My god this build has been nothing but problems.
So mu usb 3.0 ports will charge and in the bios storage devices are detected but now in windows environment.
O and a new thing, if I shut my pc down for the night , the next morning I push the power button it boots fine, but if I restart from the windows start menu some times it will hang when starting back up.
This is my first time going intel / nvidia and this sucks.
haha, I struggled with my i5 build for 2 weeks. Fighting a bad driver and a possible memory defect on the GTX 660Ti (as observed by 40k errors during OCCT gpu mem test run). Too lazy to RMA it as that is always a process in itself. Updated Nvidia driver to the new 314 and as long as I dont OC the already factory OC'd 660Ti I have no issues anymore on the terms of game crashes ect. (Thank god)
Cant really comment on the USB problems, Id cough that up to a defective case header/port for the USB's, so long as you've uninstalled and re installed the USB and chipset drivers and still issues. PCs are only great when they are not a pain in the wazoo.
Edit: Is your CPU OC'd? Im guessing that it is, seeing that its a "K" variant. BSOD in games can be caused by not enough vcore or too much heat.
Edited by DnaAngel, 25 February 2013 - 09:39 PM.