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09-10-2022 09:32 AM
I had this same problem with my Z690-I. Switching to the nvme slot connected to the chipset (under the daughter card) stopped my crashes (I haven't re-enabled the power management however). I tried booting without the daughter card installed and the system would not boot, so even if you have no ssd installed in the defective slots the daughter card must be installed. Asus should provide a fix for this, as the current solution is a workaround which degrades the capability of the system which we all paid for. I'm glad we have a way to make our systems usable, but disappointed in Asus. Im sad to say I think they just aren't the same quality they once were.
Its not looking to be ASUS' fault, but intel's / Windows'
since turning off Native PCIE Power Management stops some of the WHEA 17 errors and instability,
while changing the PCI Express Root Port driver in Device Manager (for any WHEA 17 error devices reported in Event Viewer) to the generic one instead of the Intel-named one (Intel-named one gets installed from either windows update or using the chipset inf utility from intel that is supplied to motherboard manufacturers too).
I have had no BSOD's or WHEA 17 errors since my last post after doing the above and i run an overclocked system
(12700k @ 5.2ghz all P-core/4.1ghz all e-core, 5.5ghz 1-2 P core , DDR5 4800mhz OC to 5508mhz, RTX 3080 Ti when fully stressed runs at 1950mhz core / 21.35ghz memory at 4k/120hz)
09-10-2022 11:23 AM
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09-17-2022 11:19 AM
09-18-2022 10:17 AM
have not had any whea 17 errors since i cleared the system log 10 days ago.
Looks like disabling native pcie power management and changing peg10 slot to microsoft pci express root port driver seems to have supressed whea 17 errors for me and i have not had a system crash since.
I tested the m.2-3 port again with the intel-named root port driver (system device 7ac8 in device manager) and still no whea 17 errors. So this must have only been affected by the native pcie power management setting.
system uptime for today has been 4 hours with mix of gaming and web browsing.
09-18-2022 10:38 AM
Have not had any WHEA 17 errors since i cleared the system log 10 days ago.
Looks like disabling Native PCIE Power Management and changing PEG10 slot to Microsoft PCI Express Root Port driver seems to have supressed WHEA 17 errors for me and i have not had a system crash since.
I tested the M.2-3 port again with the intel-named root port driver (system device 7AC8 in Device Manager) and still no WHEA 17 errors. So this must have only been affected by the Native PCIE Power Management setting.
System uptime for today has been 4 hours with mix of gaming and web browsing.
09-19-2022 11:04 AM
ASUS Strix z690-I only has 2 M.2 ports!