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Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit no BSOD Freeze + USB Disconnect/ Reconnect

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Niv13, Jan 12, 2014.

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  1. Niv13

    Niv13 Thread Starter

    Jul 23, 2012
    Ever since I got my hardware upgrade and installed it with Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit, I have been plagued by this randomly freezing issue or the USBs randomly disconnect then reconnect. This is completely driving me bonkers and I'm completely out of solutions right now. I've just reformatted the whole SSD only to be hit by the random freezes again right after I tried to install other softwares.

    Is my BIOS somehow configured wrong? I've left everything at "default" setting and I don't even dare to OC. I really hope that my hardwares are not faulty. Can someone please help me out? I am very good at following instructions, but I haven't got a clue as to what I need to do right now. The motherboard came with a BIOS interface that I cannot make heads and tails of at all.

    All the drivers installed are taken directly from the manufacture's website, should be the most recent version.
    When the desktop freezes, I lose power and connectivity to all my USB connected devices.
    I have to flip the mast power switch in the back of the case to force the computer to shut down. Holding on the power button does nothing.

    here is my full system spec:
    Processor: i5 4670K
    Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-Z87X-D3H
    Cooling: Heatsink Hyper 212 Plus
    Memory: G.Skill RipJaws F3-17000CL11D-8GBXL 2x 4GB
    Video Card(s): Radeon HD 6970
    Hard Disk(s): 120GB SSD
    Case: Rosewill R6423-P BK ATX Mid Tower Computer Case
    Power Supply: COOLERMASER i600W PSU
    Software: Microsoft Windows 7 pro 64 Bit
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