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    BSOD after replacing mobo.

    Ok, so I guess disabling drive scan is the only way to move forward unfortunately. Thanks again Martin for the quick replies and your help :) With appreciation, Nick.
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    BSOD after replacing mobo.

    Hello VictorVG, I had no drivers for SATA installed with the previous motherboard. After swaping the mobos and moving the drives to ASM controller and before installing the ASMedia driver (via setup), I uninstalled sata controller drivers (windows set drivers) through device manager.
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    BSOD after replacing mobo.

    Hello again, Funny thing is that I was just going to mention that I forgot to tell you about a change that I made after the first 3,4 times that I ran the program. The change was that I moved both my drives from Sata II to the Sata III controller (ASMedia).. Sorry about that. So, after...
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    BSOD after replacing mobo.

    Hello Martin, Nope, the dbg was created after the last bsod. Hwinfo opened normally (debug mode). After that, I closed it immediately and never ran it again since. I thought debug mode works like safe mode and didn't occur to me that hwinfo opened normally (probably?) by chance. If dbg file...
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    BSOD after replacing mobo.

    Hello there, I recently changed my mobo with an older one with the same H61 chipset. (p8h61-m LE r2.0 to p8h61-m PRO) I kept the windows 10 installation and everything is fine. The first 3-4 times that I ran hwinfo, I had no problems whatsoever, but today I'm getting BSODs while trying to...
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