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    Last edited by xilolee; 09-03-2017 at 02:24 PM.


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  2. #22

    Re: [Win10 x64] Random BSODs.

    Intel® Rapid Storage Technology is already installed if that's what you're referring to and I can't install Intel Optane memory because the partition it wants to be installed on is full and its size can't be increased.

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    Re: [Win10 x64] Random BSODs.

    Try emptying it a bit.

  4. #24

    Re: [Win10 x64] Random BSODs.

    I'm not sure which one is the right partition. It says the 4th one but I can't do anything with it. The only options I have for the 4th partition is "Help" and the does not help me.

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    Re: [Win10 x64] Random BSODs.

    Run a disk list, so you see which is which. Or check within Disk Management.

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    Re: [Win10 x64] Random BSODs.

    The thing is, even though I think I've found the right partition its size cannot be changed.

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      • Graphics:
        Gigabyte GTX 1080 G1 Gaming 8 GB
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        Asus Xonar DSX
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        WD Caviar Black 1TB SATA III 7200rpm, WD Caviar Black 6TB SATA III 7200rpm
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    Re: [Win10 x64] Random BSODs.

    Why do you want to change its size? Simply delete something from it you don't need.

  8. #28

    Re: [Win10 x64] Random BSODs.

    Because I belive it's a recovery partition or something like that. My C drive has 50 GB free.

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        Gigabyte GTX 1080 G1 Gaming 8 GB
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    Re: [Win10 x64] Random BSODs.

    So why don't you use the C: drive?

  10. #30

    Re: [Win10 x64] Random BSODs.

    Because as soon as I start the program it says, "The size of the last partition on the system can't be changed, which is needed to activate intep optane memory."

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    Re: [Win10 x64] Random BSODs.

    I know "SATA RAID/AHCI and Intel Management Engine Interface" are already installed.
    But when I checked your system (through the logs) I saw you have installed (i.e., updated to) the new sata/raid version (instead IMEI seems the same version, but I'd reinstall it too).
    I'd try to reinstall the older version of SATA/RAID, because I think they tested it (and therefore there shouldn't be problems with that configuration, hence you also shouldn't experience problems, I hope).

    I didn't check/I'm not sure if you also installed .net framework 4.5 (like written in the motherboard support webpage).
    Did you install it?
    I found in the logs you have these versions: 2,0,50727,0 and 4,0,30319,0.
    If they provided it, and wrote to install it, maybe it could be needed...

    Imo you can leave intel optane alone (its driver could be already installed), I don't think you have that hardware part in your machine (by the way, you could try to install or re-install or update it later, if you will still experience bsods).

    And obviously, keep us updated if you get new bsods (and upload them here).
    Last edited by xilolee; 09-04-2017 at 02:27 PM.

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