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My PC freezes every moment with ROG STRIX B550-F GAMING

Anubis_jero
Level 9

Two things happen to me since I have this board, the first is that when I am in Windows my screen freezes and the image jumps from time to time. The other is that I do not have SSDs m2_1 and m2_2 in RAID, I have them in ANCHI, but easeus tells me its name with raid next to it.

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Anubis_jero
Level 9

Hello, yes I have already done everything you mention. It's not necessary anymore, I know what the problem is. Anyway, thanks to those of you who responded to help. I comment on the problem that seems like a joke due to the freezing. First of all, the Raid information in easeUs is still there, but the mvme SSDs work perfectly, so it may be the program. Secondly, it was a change of motherboard, micro from Intel to AMD and a new power supply. I didn't install Windows, I uninstalled the drivers deeply and while using Windows it froze and was horrible. Now the fix is due to Windows accent color change lol I disabled it and it was fixed. In the end it went well since I learned some necessary things with my new motherboard in addition to cleaning and checking disks and ram. Like I said, thanks and I hope this solution is useful to others.

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cekeu
Level 12

The nvme ssd seen in raid is probably because raid is enabled in the motherboard bios. In the bios click f7 to switch to simple mode and disable raid so that the ahci controller is active. Because with raid activated you do not benefit from the ahci drivers even if you can absolutely use the non-raid disks on the raid controller

Anubis_jero
Level 9

If you are referring to this image,

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I have it for ACHI, I have other computers with RAID, and it is not that I am very expert, but I more or less handle RAID a little. To say that it is my first AMD and I don't know if something is different from Intel hehehe.

Silent_Scone
Super Moderator

Hi @Anubis_jero 

Before diving too deep into the storage issue, might be best to try and circumvent the crashing. Is EXPO enabled?

Clear the CMOS via the CMOS reset on the motherboard rear IO and see if the issues persist.

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Anubis_jero
Level 9

Hello, yes I have already done everything you mention. It's not necessary anymore, I know what the problem is. Anyway, thanks to those of you who responded to help. I comment on the problem that seems like a joke due to the freezing. First of all, the Raid information in easeUs is still there, but the mvme SSDs work perfectly, so it may be the program. Secondly, it was a change of motherboard, micro from Intel to AMD and a new power supply. I didn't install Windows, I uninstalled the drivers deeply and while using Windows it froze and was horrible. Now the fix is due to Windows accent color change lol I disabled it and it was fixed. In the end it went well since I learned some necessary things with my new motherboard in addition to cleaning and checking disks and ram. Like I said, thanks and I hope this solution is useful to others.