Major_A wrote:Check for a BIOS update. If up to date play with the power settings in the BIOS to see if you can fix the sleep issue.
walterm wrote:What mouse with what drivers?
Usually the first place to look is USB drivers for motherboard.
Major_A wrote:What does Samsung Drive Magician and/or CrystalDiskInfo say about the health of the SSD? Few other things to try...
1) Try a different SATA cable. I ran into this issue a few months back with one of my machines. The SSD kept corrupting itself and couldn't figure out why. Out of desperation I finally swapped the cable and it hasn't done it since.
2) Try installing Windows from a flash drive, I like Windows 7 USB/DVD download tool. Plus using this way of installing is a lot faster. Another plus would be to see if the program has an issue with the installation disc. I assume an error would pop-up when copying the files to the flash drive.
3) I've had RAM pass Memtest for a few days and still wasn't entirely stable. Try giving the sticks a little more voltage and/or loosen the timings a bit.
DJ Tucker wrote:I had a similar issue with my new build that turned out to be a corrupt windows install. after I reinstalled fortunately with the same disc it worked great. glad to see all your issues have been sorted
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