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Kernel Panic in GA-Z68x-UD3H-B3|AMD2500a

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Gigabyte GA-Z270X Ultra Gaming
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7th Generation i7-7700K
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AMD Radeon HD 6850 1024 MB
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iOS
Hi,
I have been running a customac for last 5 years. Until recently my rig was Maverick. I updated the machine to El Capitan and since then things have been shaky. I saw another post that helped me stabilize to the point that my machine will boot with -f Kext-dev-mode.

Last week there was a power outage. Since then, nothing seems to be working. I am getting kernal panic and the boot sequence freezes with safe mode. I am not sure what else to do.

Boot drive is SSD. May data is stuck in a 3GB HDD.

I am wondering at this time if I should invest in updating my motherboard and CPU or just buy a mac mini and external HDD.

Please help!
 

P1LGRIM

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Last week there was a power outage. Since then, nothing seems to be working.
Power fluctuations can affect the CMOS settings including ones that are not accessible through the BIOS setup.
Try resetting the CMOS settings, then make all of the adjustments that you made when you originally installed.
Also remove the power cord and then press and hold the On button for 30 seconds.
 
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I think i may be experiencing the same problem...maybe P1LGRIM you can help me
 
Joined
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Motherboard
Gigabyte GA-Z270X Ultra Gaming
CPU
7th Generation i7-7700K
Graphics
AMD Radeon HD 6850 1024 MB
Mac
MacBook Air, Mac mini
Mobile Phone
iOS
Power fluctuations can affect the CMOS settings including ones that are not accessible through the BIOS setup.
Try resetting the CMOS settings, then make all of the adjustments that you made when you originally installed.
Also remove the power cord and then press and hold the On button for 30 seconds.
After trying for several days, I finally gave up. I have an older Yosemite USB. I just reformatted my boot disk and installed Yosemite and MultiBeast. The system seems to be working fine. I lost all my applications as I point my user to a different disk. I guess I will have to live with that.
 
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