These are some suggestions:
- Test every memory stick individually and/or run a memory diagnostic tool.
- Test your hard drive with a different port, cable, or system. You may check if the manufacturer provides diagnostic tool software for it.
- Contact Gigabyte about (resetting) BIOS configuration and other motherboard related questions. Try with default settings.
- Run the Intel® Processor Diagnostic Tool
- Test the system out of the chassis with minimum components on a non-conductive surface.
Hi Joe. It turned out that Core Temp Version 6.0 causes these freeze/crashes. Found on Google and lots of windows 8 users faces those problems.
So used Core Temp Version 7.0 instead an no more freeze:) I,ll try out your tool though:)
Thank's for you reply, Joe_Intel,
I don't have to reset cmos before using the Diagnostic Tool?
It is better to run the software with default processor and memory settings in BIOS.