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    Posted: 31 May 2017 at 6:51pm
Hello to everyone, I apologize for my bad english translation. I bought a motherboard with socket am3 + asrock 970a-g / 3.1 for love ***. I have assembled everything, it works and turns on, it has a problem with the event log after the snooze accurately kernel ID event 137 "The system firmware has changed the processor's memory type range registers (METERs) across a sleep state transition (S4). Can result in reduced resume performance. " I have all configured correctly also ssd i have hibernation / hibernation enabled, i installed the updated drivers whql, i tried to set some energy saving parameter on the bios, i turned off prefect data and more. I also tried with a new ram bench without any feedback. I hope asrock is committed to solving my problem. Greetings from Italy
configurazione Pc: psu: tacens radix 800w 80 plus silver- vga xfx 480 gtr 8gb- cpu amd 8320e- ram 2x4gb corsair vegeance - ssd samsung 850 evo- hd 1tb wd blue

Edited by Andrewczita - 31 May 2017 at 6:55pm
hi from italy
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