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  1. Kbird's Avatar
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       #31

    KevinUK said:
    Kbird

    Will look into those and will post back.

    Kevin
    forgot to ask if you are using Samsung Magician? in Rapid Mode or with OP , perhaps it is causing issues? worth a bit of research , I use the 850 EVO but don't use the Samsung Software , so not all that familiar with it but a Friend was using it on a laptop which had issues ,which stopped once I removed it and reinstalled Windows.
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  2. Posts : 46
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       #32

    Kbird said:
    Oh damn..... well with my issues with the X99A-3.1, I would say perhaps you have a MB problem , did you look at the MB diagnostic Code on the LED Board before rebooting ? can be helpful.....

    what USB devices are plugged in ? see my posts in this thread about that....... I used to get similar issues every second boot , switching the xHCI controller to Auto help with that issue, mostly......

    Problem with my USB devices on Windows 10. - Windows 10 Forums

    The 3 new CHKDSK files.... 1st one is showing security descriptor Errors again, (fixed 0x9) ) no MFT Errors though so my guess is you reformatted the drive , made it E:\ and it was ok for a day or two then corruption started again. More research needed on SD Errors perhaps.

    See if the new C: drive has SD Errors on it too in which case I'd suspect the Sata Controller/Driver , so possibly a MB issue ?

    KB
    Kbird

    I will try to look at your posts daily and reply, I leave for work early and get home late.

    1. Next time the PC has issues booting I will look for error code.
    2. I have the following USB devices attached
    a. Weston Digital external drive: USB3
    b. Logitech Nano Receiver: USB3
    c. USB3 cable for connecting/charging phone. Nothing connected when booting.
    d. Logik Hub: USB2. I have removed for the time being.
    3. 3 No. results for CHKDSK for the new SSD attached.

    Kevin
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  3. Kbird's Avatar
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       #33

    There are known USB boot problems on X99 , so I am not sure if your issues are one thing or you have several none related issues. attached is a ASUS Q-Codes PDF I made from online posts elsewhere.

    There are SD Errors in the new CHKDSK Reports too......

    Did you check if Trim is working ?

    In Magician is installed turn off Rapid mode if used? and uninstall it

    Try Bios 2101 again , use USBFLASHBACK rather than EzFlash
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  4. Posts : 46
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       #34

    Kbird said:
    There are known USB boot problems on X99 , so I am not sure if your issues are one thing or you have several none related issues. attached is a ASUS Q-Codes PDF I made from online posts elsewhere.

    There are SD Errors in the new CHKDSK Reports too......

    Did you check if Trim is working ?

    In Magician is installed turn off Rapid mode if used? and uninstall it

    Try Bios 2101 again , use USBFLASHBACK rather than EzFlash
    Thanks Kbird, will look at over the next couple of days.

    As a bit of a novice on what happens behind the scenes in the operating system. Can you explain what are SD errors are where they are on the CHKDSK log. Do you have a link to a site that explains CHKDSK that I can read up on.

    Thanks

    Kevin
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  5. Kbird's Avatar
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       #35

    I saw a report yesterday of someone with boot issues etc on one the ASUS Forum's I'm on ,after He tried 3301 on his X99a , he said he had no issues on 2101 too , so I am wondering if the new Bios's for Broadwell E are no longer 100% good for Haswell E chips like we have too.

    Not OCing are you? did I ask that ? if so put everything back to Auto , Optimised Defaults when you go back to 2101 and see how it goes 1st.

    I keep looking at your system specs to check :) but it is actually

    System: Self build
    OS: Windows 10 Pro
    Mother Board: Asus X99-A/USB 3.1
    CPU: Intel Core i7-5820K 3.3GHz 6-Core Processor
    Memory: Corsair Vengeance LPX 32GB DDR4-2666
    Graphics Card: Gigabyte GeForce GTX 970 4GB
    PSU: EVGA SuperNOVA NEX 750W
    Hard Drive: Samsung SSD 850 PRO 256GB

    Your system is very close to my X99 system , I'd have the 3.1 too if it hadn't died and killed the CPU too.
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  6. Kbird's Avatar
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       #36

    KevinUK said:
    Thanks Kbird, will look at over the next couple of days.

    As a bit of a novice on what happens behind the scenes in the operating system. Can you explain what are SD errors are where they are on the CHKDSK log. Do you have a link to a site that explains CHKDSK that I can read up on.

    Thanks

    Kevin
    Almost missed the 2nd part.... I am no expert either I just know that the SD Errors shouldn't be there and have seen reports that it is sometimes caused by TRIM no working correctly on the SSD and leaving "garbage" behind.

    SD=Security Descriptor it is cleaning them up each time which is why it says it found no issues at the bottom

    from one of your chkdsk files...........

    Stage 3: Examining security descriptors ...
    Cleaning up 777 unused index entries from index $SII of file 0x9.
    Cleaning up 777 unused index entries from index $SDH of file 0x9.
    Cleaning up 777 unused security descriptors.
    Security descriptor verification completed.
    38034 data files processed. CHKDSK is verifying Usn Journal...
    35825744 USN bytes processed.

    CHKDSK doesn't actually fix the SD Errors apparently , just claims them back , but not sure why they are there...

    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/255008
    Last edited by Kbird; 31 Aug 2016 at 13:56.
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  7. essenbe's Avatar
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       #37

    On my board everything after Bios 2101 is for the new CPUs. I am still running 2101 and have never tried the newer bios versions. Are you using the original X99 board or a second generation X99? I am just curious. The 2nd generation boards were built to accommodate the changes made in the new CPUs. Sure they said they would work on the 58-59 series chips, but.....

    I have an original 2011-3 board and a 5930K and have had none of the problems mentioned in this thread. Maybe I am just lucky. (knock on wood). It just strikes me that if you are seeing the loading screen, the BIOS has finished POST and it is all on the OS and HDD. Not that I think I know everything, just trying to understand what is happening.
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  8. Kbird's Avatar
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       #38

    He is on 1st gen , see post #19 or #35 above for his Desktop specs not his listed laptop specs , same board I had , but I am now on 2nd gen a X99A II (801 bios) after a RMA but still on 5820K .
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  9. essenbe's Avatar
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       #39

    Kbird said:
    He is on 1st gen , see post #35 for his Desktop specs not his listed laptop specs , same board I had ,but I am now on 2nd gen a X99A II after a RMA but still on 5820K .
    You can see my system specs, if needed. You're doing a good job, if I can help in any way, I'll be happy to.
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  10. Kbird's Avatar
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       #40

    All help and ideas welcome :) , still no sure if it is one issue or several cos of X99

    especially since I've had nothing but trouble on X99 since a new build in Feb.
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