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1. Disable "AM4 Advance Boot Training" on the OC Tweaker page and that should make your boot happen once

Hmmmm 2, 3, and 4..........

Oh hell!

RTFM ? Tongue

Place you mem in A2 and B2, remove the CMOS batt and jumper to clear CMOS then rejumper back and replace the batt. Batt goes in writing up!

Boot it and tell me if 2, 3, an 4 of your "issues' resolve themselves with the mem in the correct slots Wink



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Hi 

First of all, here are my specs: 

MBO: ASRock X370 Killer SLI (latest BIOS, P4.60) 
CPU: Ryzen 7 1700 (not X, stock cooler) 
RAM: 2x8 GB (Kingston HX424C12SB2/8) - connected to DDR4_A1 and DDR4_B1 
PSU: Corsair RM750i 
GPU: Gigabyte GTX 1050 Ti Windforce OC (GV-N105TWF2OC-4GD) - connected to PCIE_2 
SSD boot: Samsung 960 EVO 
SSD storage: Samsung 850 EVO - connected to SATA3_1 (I guess it's 1 - upper one) 
OS: Win 10 Pro x64 

Peripherals: 
- one Logitech unifying receiver for mouse and keyboard 
- USB WiFi adapter: TP-LINK TL-WN7200ND 
- external 2.5 USB3.0 HDD, USB 3.0 stick 

To start - I tried different USB port combinations. 

The problems are following: 

1) It "boots" twice - whenever I boot the PC (cold boot) it boots the BIOS twice: it "spins up the fans", then shuts down a few seconds after, and boots up again. I didn't tweak anything in BIOS - it's all stock. I cleared CMOS and all the same. 


2) When browsing folders in Windows Explorer I get random hickups > when opening (random) folder, sometimes I get a few seconds "freeze" - it won't open the folder for 2-5 seconds. It's not the "spin up" because it makes that for HDD (when I tried to connect it to internal sata port), it does it for 850 EVO, and it does it for external HDDs. 


3) When copying files (few files, totaling a few gigabytes) from an internal SATA or external USB drive to any external drive (be it USB HDD or USB stick)... it cuts the WiFi completely - like if I pull out the WiFi dongle. I tried changing USB ports with no success. 


4) When I set up fan curve using ATuning app, and let it running in the background (normally), it randomly changes the fan curve to something totally illogical. For example, let's assume that CHA1 fan is set like following: 
30°C - 30% fan speed 
40°C - 50% fan speed 
50°C - 70% fan speed 

It changes it to: 
30°C - 90% fan speed 
40°C - 30% fan speed 
50°C - 50% fan speed 

It does that at random times, for random fans. 

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That's all - I mean, "all" :/ 

Everything is stock - Windows are freshly installed (not upgraded from W7/W8). 

Any help appreciated. 

Thanks
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