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Whenever I try to turn on my computer I keep getting the error message 36, and A6. I have the AsRock 970 Extreme4, with a AMD 8320 CPU and a gtx 760. None of it is overclock and I keep getting this message almost every time I start it up. I am wondering how I can fix it, or do I need to replace a part?
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  1. Clear your cmos.
  2. namdlo said:
    Clear your cmos.


    I can get into my mother board BIOS and have reset them from there, and it still continued with the same problems
  3. A6 means it's detecting a SCSI drive - I'm guessing you have your SATA CD/DVD drive as the first boot.

    36 is CPU post-memory initialization system management mode

    Have you checked your memory?
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    01 - 54 (except 0d), 5A- 60 Problem related to memory. Please re-install the CPU and memory then clear CMOS. If the problem still exists, please install only one memory module or try using other memory modules.
  5. namdlo said:
    01 - 54 (except 0d), 5A- 60 Problem related to memory. Please re-install the CPU and memory then clear CMOS. If the problem still exists, please install only one memory module or try using other memory modules.


    Okay thanks i'll trying do that this weekend.
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