Windows 10: Motherboard is dying?

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  1.    03 Jul 2017 #1

    Motherboard is dying?


    Hi all
    I have a problem and don’t know how to proceed.
    Here is what was happening:

    Running window 10, 2 ssd drives 1st one is just C and system reserve
    2nd drive is divided into 3 D-E F
    on E I store 2 Macrium images

    I turned on my PC and it booted fine, as far as I could tell, I did my E-Mail and then clicked on IE. No problem, but when I clicked on a link, the system froze and then rebooted, but never got back to windows. It started, on its own, to do a repair and diagnose and at the end tells me it could not repair windows.
    I tried all kinds of other options like booting into save mode and also go back to pervious OS it did not work.
    So I got out my macrium CD and booted with that. I found my images and tried to restore 1 of them.
    When I looked at the screen closer, I notice that macrium wanted to restore the image from the 2nd drive partition E to the 2nddrive and gave me a warning that the drive will be overridden. I stopped there. For some reason my first drive, c and windows reserved are missing. I looked at the bios setup and both drives are there.
    Now when I want to boot, it is stuck on Verifying DMA data and will not move unless I boot from my DVD drive.
    I think I either have a bad drive or a bad motherboard.
    Is there a way to test if the MB is bad?
    I am thinking of getting a new drive to find out if the oldone is bad.
    Any advice?
    Sven
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  2.    03 Jul 2017 #2

    https://www.amazon.com/Inateck-SATA-...V6AF7EY2SWST3W

    Connect the problem SSD to a USB port and see if it works there. If it does, it isn't the SSD.

    Also Kyhi's Recovery Tools has HDD/SSD check and repair utilities:
    Windows 10 Recovery Tools - Bootable Rescue Disk - Windows 10 Forums
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  3.    03 Jul 2017 #3

    Thanks for helping
    I got my SSD in an external enclosure and I can access the files just fine on my laptop. also, I got a new / used spinner, and I tried to install windows on it, but can not. windows tells me can't find hard drive.
    I tried to change the plug where data cable gets plugged in, but that was no help.
    So I guess my MB is broken.
    I hope I can find one that will let me use my RAM and processor to minimize costs

    Thanks
    Sven
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       03 Jul 2017 #4



    - renewing the CMOS battery may help..
    - they only last about 6 years..
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  5.    04 Jul 2017 #5

    BugMeister

    I think my battery is fine, because when I get into the BIOS, the time and date is correct. if the battery is dead then it should show a wrong time and date or none at all. Thanks anyway

    Sven
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  6.    04 Jul 2017 #6

    Update
    Now the drives will not show in the bios anymore unless I plug it in channel 2 master, channel 2 slave is my DVD drive and it shows also. if I plug anything into channel 0 or 1 master or slave it will not show in the BIOS.

    I ordered a new MB, same as I have now in hopes to minimize any problems with windows an components.

    Thanks to all who helped

    Sven
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  7.    04 Jul 2017 #7

    Sven1458 said: View Post
    Update
    Now the drives will not show in the bios anymore unless I plug it in channel 2 master, channel 2 slave is my DVD drive and it shows also. if I plug anything into channel 0 or 1 master or slave it will not show in the BIOS.

    I ordered a new MB, same as I have now in hopes to minimize any problems with windows an components.

    Thanks to all who helped

    Sven
    Channels 1 and 2 master and slave?!? I hope you are upgrading to SATA while you are getting a new motherboard! Also, in UEFI/BIOS make sure the SATA controller is set to run in AHCI mode, not IDE mode.
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  8.    04 Jul 2017 #8

    I will get the exact same MB as I have now.
    I don't want to buy anything new like processor or RAM or anything else. also I don't want any problems with MS
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  9.    29 Jul 2017 #9

    Hi all,
    I finally got around installing my new motherboard. All seemed fine.
    Powering it up for the first time, I went into the BIOS and looked at all the settings. My 2 SSD drives are listed as IDE channel 0 Master and Slave.
    I set SMART to enabled and got out saving the new settings.
    I got the splash screen all the way to Verifying DMI Pool Data……. And then it said saving successful. And that is where it sits. Curser is blinking, nothing is happening.
    So I take the “ C “ drive out and put it into an external hard drive enclosure and plugged it in to my Laptop and I can read what is on the drive.
    Then I plugged it in to the usb port on my desktop (instead of reinstalling it into the system) and made it boot from the USB port. Same results, it just sits there after Verifying…… , but the hard drive that I plugged into the USB plug keeps blinking like it is being accessed, but it will not boot.

    Since I installed the same MB that I had, I did not think that I have to reinstall windows again. I am not sure now, do I have to install windows again?

    I booted from my CD drive with Bart PE and it works fine. SoI could reinstall windows.
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  10.    29 Jul 2017 #10

    Update
    I got a little farther after about 15 reboots. it now tells me that it ran into a problem and then needs to restart and tries to repair itself
    but can not. Im getting "Your PC did not start Correctly"

    Do I have a corrupt file system? if that is the case,
    I will have to reinstall windows.
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