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  1.    16 Feb 2016 #1
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    Windows errors in questions


    I put my system to sleep, before I go to bed. When I wake it up, I check the Event viewer. I keep seeing a Event ID: 137 "the system firmware has changed the processor's memory type range registers (MTRRs) across the sleep state transition (s4) This can result in reduce resume performance." Around the time I put it in sleep. This been going on since I installed Win10 (1/28/16). I don't know what is causing it

    Yesterday. I woke my computer up and all was well. Four/five hours in. I installed the Minesweaper to play. After I closed it, Skype crashed and a few other programs crashed. This includes AVG, Adobe CC, Firefox, but some programs didn't crashed (Event Id( 7031 and 7034)). I thought it was Windows being weird. I did a restart and everything seem to be working, but kind of worried and scared it might do it again.. The programs dying part that is.. Doing a Windows Memory test, to see anythin.

    Window 10 is about 3 weeks old and it was a fresh install

    CPU: AMD 8320
    Mobo: ASUS M5A99FX
    Memory: GSkill Ripjaws 32GB
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  2.    16 Feb 2016 #2
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    Hmm weird. I have an ASUS M5A99FX PRO R2.0
    And in don't have any issues. I have the FX-6300 with 4 GB GSkill Ripjaws RAM 1333 mhz and Windows 10 has been solid. I had some issues with resuming from sleep, but it was due to driver issues.

    Does the board have the latest 2501 BIOS? Also I do not run AVG, so I can't comment on that.

    Do you have your RAM or CPU overclocked? If so, you may want to return back to defaults and reboot.

    Also if you installed the AI Suite software, the software isn't compatible with Windows 10.

    Also what you could do is remove all of your RAM, and install one at a time. Leave 1 of your 8 GB sticks in and try to duplicate the issue. After testing all sticks on their own, if the issue persist with just one stick, "Also make sure to test all of the slots to make sure one particular slot isn't causing the problem" then there may be a slight chance that your 8320 may have a faulty memory controller.

    Have you by chance also checked if another OS has this same issue? Win 8.1 or 7? If there are no issues with either of those systems, then it could possibly be a Windows 10 bug.

    But now since you brought this up, I decided to check my event viewer, and unfortunately that is not showing up on any of my logs, so the issue isn't happening on my system.
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  3.    16 Feb 2016 #3
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    Windows 10 Pro x64

    Just a thought but do you by chance have the "Turn on fast startup" options enabled in the power options? For me personally I found this feature to cause problems, most notably the GPU power states act all flaky when this option is check on, when booting from a cold boot. Restarts will fix it temporarly.

    In case you don't know what I'm referring to you can check by going to Power Options in control panel or settings if you know where it is in there. Once you get to the screen where it has the various power plans look in the list on the left hand side. You should see "Choose what the power buttons do", click that. The window will change and if you can't see the whole thing then scroll down to the very bottom. You'll see the option I'm talking about. It can't hurt to try and uncheck the "turn on fast startup" option. In my case either the PC is on or its off, to hell with hibernate and sleep. If the options are greyed out just click the link at the top that says "Change settings that are currently unavailable". Then proceed to uncheck that fast startup option, then shut the PC completely off and perform a cold boot. See if the problem persists.

    I can't guarantee that this is what causing you the problem but it's one thing to try, good luck!
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  4.    16 Feb 2016 #4
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    That is also a good thing to point out britton. On my machine specifically, mine works perfect with fast startup.

    I highly doubt its a Motherboard issue. But lots of other hardware or driver issues could cause this.

    If you are using a SSD, make sure your storage drivers are up to date. I have mine updated with my mechanical drives, and I don't have any issues. Also if you have a SSD make sure your SSD firmware is up to date
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  5.    16 Feb 2016 #5
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    Quote Originally Posted by theelemntal View Post
    I put my system to sleep, before I go to bed. When I wake it up, I check the Event viewer. I keep seeing a Event ID: 137 "the system firmware has changed the processor's memory type range registers (MTRRs) across the sleep state transition (s4) This can result in reduce resume performance." Around the time I put it in sleep. This been going on since I installed Win10 (1/28/16). I don't know what is causing it
    These event 137 errors were quite common for me as well but they have now stopped, the last one I had was on 20/Dec/2015. I can't pinpoint what happened but I think it was one of the cumulative updates to W10. You installation is still quite fresh but I would like to know which version you are on. Type winver in the search box and run the command. Post your version and build number. Many thanks!
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  6.    16 Feb 2016 #6
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    The most recent one should be 10586.104.
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  7.    16 Feb 2016 #7
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    Current version: 10586.104 and I did a test involving the "speed up boot" thing being off, but still got the error. I notice my performance hasn't changed or anything. I haven't touched update for the bios, so it is the same ones it was, as when I got it back in '13. Regarding the AI suite thing, I never installed that. I do have an SSD, a new one. Got it around the same day when I installed Win10. I looked though the Windows support on that, and lot of people had it/have it, but no one knows how to fix. I asked on another forums to get some answers, but got no where. I did a Windows Memory test, and I kno it is not 100% reliable, and it came up nothing. I'm not getting any Blue Screens or anything.
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  8.    16 Feb 2016 #8
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    Well if you are running well at the moment I would continue for a while and see if Windows 10 sorts itself out. One useful function is the Reliability History view which can show you which apps and programs are failing and when this occurs. Type reliability in the search box and select View Reliability History.
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  9.    16 Feb 2016 #9
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    Quote Originally Posted by philc43 View Post
    Well if you are running well at the moment I would continue for a while and see if Windows 10 sorts itself out. One useful function is the Reliability History view which can show you which apps and programs are failing and when this occurs. Type reliability in the search box and select View Reliability History.
    The whole event back on Sunday, with the programs randomly crashing. The Reliability History showed no errors (nothing), but the event viewer showed everything. The programs acted like they were closed.
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  10.    16 Feb 2016 #10
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    Seems like these issues are happening with systems that have SSDs as their OS drive. I see forums everywhere on this issue, and every system has a SSD as their primary.

    I have the M5A99FX PRO R2.0 and my wife has the M5A99X EVO R2.0 and neither of our systems have this issue with a 1 TB WD Blue hdd
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