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Asidic

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  1. It doesn't have much to do with the keyboard itself, seeing as half the time it freezes up it happens to be when I wake up in the morning. I tend to keep the PC on all night, for various reasons (sometimes for no real reason at all) and then in the morning I find that I either have to wait a while for it to unfreeze itself or I have to reboot/relogin.
  2. I updated the BIOS, changed the DRAM settings and switched the memory sticks from slots 1/3 to slots 2/4, and it's still giving me the same problem... It also happens when I try to change the volume from the wheel on my G15 keyboard, except if I do that it completely locks it up with 100% CPU usage, and then I can't do anything except log off/reboot/bring up taskmanager/etc... which is a b*!$# because I accidentally bump the wheel every now and then with the side of my finger when trying to change songs using the media keys.
  3. The system is still extremely shaky, and for some reason programs randomly decide to hog all the CPU, thus locking the PC up for a few minutes at a time, and sometimes it even gets to the point where I have to force restart (by just pressing the reset button). Any help?
  4. I adjusted the Tref to 3120 and it's still pretty jumpy. Any other suggestions?
  5. Okay, so for my Corsair XMS w/ 2-3-3-6 timings, would this be alright? or what would I have to set the other 'auto' settings to?
  6. I've tried a few different BIOS, but now it's to the point where whenever it's done booting up all I can do is open up the task manager, but I can't even do anything to it. Everything just stops responding to my clicking, and the only thing that works is ctrl+alt+del. I have both memory modules in slots 2 and 4 - the orange ones. I'll try putting them in the yellow ones (slots 1 and 3) whenever I get back home this afternoon. I hope that'll fix it, if it doesn't then I'll have to figure out something else.
  7. I reformatted the harddrive a few days ago when I installed the motherboard. When I had the other one (Asus A8V) in, it didn't have this problem, so I'm thinking it has to be the mobo (or it /could/ be the video card, since I had to replace that when I replaced the mobo as well, but I doubt that's the problem.) Running memtest sounds like a good idea. What's that again? and how do I check it?
  8. Hello, this is my first post here, I've been looking around and I haven't been able to find the answer to my problem. It seems that whenever I start up a new process my keyboard and mouse simply refuse to respond until the program that was executed has finished loading completely. The only thing I can do is press Ctrl+Alt+Del to choose to lock my computer, log off, shut down, etc. and whenever I go back to the desktop it freezes right back up until I am forced to reboot. Any suggestions as to what could be causing the problem and/or how to solve it?
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