Solved! Go to Solution.
Hi enb141 - you seem to be in the wrong place, this is the Intel part of the forum. I think this is the one you want:
Very sorry, I read AMD 6400 and assumed that was the CPU, Doh. Sometimes I amaze myself with my stupidity lol.
I do have a couple of quick ideas ideas for you, have you tried turning off PCI Express Native Power management and Native ASPM in BIOS (Advanced tab). That has helped some people.
Also, are all of your motherboard drivers up to date (not just Windows updates)? Sometimes, people miss the Intel ME firmware updates (and Windows ME driver updates) as well. Sorry if you know this, but worth asking.
OK, I understand, but just to say that a mismatch between between BIOS and Intel ME versions can cause problems, even at the BIOS screen. Otherwise, have you tested your RAM using Memtest 86 in BIOS and have your tried unplugging all USB devices that you don't need (i.e. are not essential). I've had freezes in the past that turned out to be faulty USB devices (once was a faulty USB cable and the other cause was a corrupted external drive). Those problems can be really hard to find, so eliminate everything you can for now.