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Bak3r Skat3r View Drop Down

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    Posted: 06 Jun 2018 at 8:42am
My build:

LONG story short, I had to get a new motherboard. Msi board lasted a little over a year. I spent 2 full months without a PC as I looked for a decent replacement. Every review on every motherboard in existence was looked at prior to buying this. Decided on the asrock z270 extreme 4.

Got everything hooked up last night at last. Had Windows 10 on a USB all ready to install.

Bios freezes sometimes right on the screen where you hit f11. If I'm lucky enough I can actually get into the settings. 5 seconds max into the actual bios, and it completely freezes. Can't boot from USB as it will freeze the second I select boot from USB.

What am I missing here? Everything is connected fine, all lights on, fans spinning. The furthest I got into the bios one time was the screen where it shows everything connected to the motherboard. Everything checked out fine. I removed everything from the mobo and reconnected, nothing. Formatted my SSD so it was ready for a clean install.

I'm about ready to throw this whole system out of the window and buy a laptop
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How many of those parts are from the build with the MSI motherboard ? The reason I ask is: if you have just replaced the board with the new Asrock and are using many of the older parts, it could be one of them is what caused the MSI board to fail and is causing your current problem.
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