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Hard Drive – Updated FW, now Aorus Z370 Gaming 7 in Bootloop, only boots setup

After I upgraded and restarted my Mobo on F14, a warning message appeared at boot, prompting me to update the firmware. However, I've been downgraded to F11, and now the mobo does NOT boot media, not even USB drives. When I try to boot it is simply turned off and restarted.
After the restart, it remains stuck in the AORUS logo, A2 is displayed in the debug LEDs and turns off. A2 suggests it's a bootable device problem, but even if I try to boot a USB drive from the boot menu, the computer simply turns off to boot again.

I have already tried it:
CMOS reset via switch, CMOS reset by removing the battery from the PC, disconnecting all drives except my SSD, removing a RAM stick, disconnecting all drives except the hard drive, trying to boot from USB and updating my FW to F14 ,

Exploit – How to enable concurrent users (an RDP user and a local user) after the exploit in Windows without changing the hard drive?

I would like to do this by using only memory and not using disk modification or a tool. After using a remote system, I already know how to enable RDP, but the problem is when a user is logged in. I can not login

There is a method:

https://www.mysysadmintips.com/windows/clients/545-multiple-rdp-remote-desktop-sessions-in-windows-10

and I thought I could do it in memory and patch that statement in memory instead of on disk, but I found out that SVCHOST processes have SYSTEM integrity and I can not inject and modify them

So how can this be done? How can I do that without modifying a tool or a disk?

Performance – 12G SAS Expander with 6G Hard Drives That Limit Speed?

I am building a server with 24 SATA III hard drives attached to a Chenbro 12G SAS expander on a 12G SAS HBA (LSI 9300) with a single SFF-8643 cable. The overall write speed is slower than hoped, and I wonder if this is due to the lack of Store & Forward technology. I can write to each disk individually at 170 Mbps, but when writing to all 24 at the same time, I get 75 Mbps or 1800 Mbps each.

According to this answer, SAS does not support S & F. Since the hard drives have 6 Gbps, I have a total of 24 Gbps between the HBA and the expander, or 2400 Mbps, and there may be another SATA translation overhead that further limits it to 1800 Mbps , With S & F support I should have 4800 Mbps for the expander.

But here is a draft proposal for SAS2 in support of S & F, which was published in 2006. I can not find more up-to-date information about it. Has S & F ever been implemented? If so, what are the benefits of buying 12G SAS hard drives instead of 6G SAS, considering that no spinning hard disk reaches nearly 6 Gbps?

http://www.t10.org/ftp/t10/document.06/06-386r0.pdf

Quote from the proposal:

Such a solution would involve data being transferred between and
Expander and target devices with 3Gb per second and data transfer
Reciprocation between expanders and 6Gbps initiator devices
second, without sacrificing connection utilization at both ends.

ssd – Why is my hard drive running so hard that the system becomes unusable?

So I have two systems running Linux. Now and then I've been playing around with it for a couple of weeks now, different distributions, etc. And I will not go back to Windows, unless I'm going to make a VM for them in the light of the customers, since Linux seems to be very mature and surpassing Windows in terms of usability, not just in terms of performance, as it has always been (the fan of my laptop has never been so quiet and even this old i3 can now easily run 1080p60 on YouTube).

However, there is currently a problem that keeps me from taking the last step. I have a major problem on both systems (a Kali (mechanical hard drive, 4 GB RAM, i5) and an Ubuntu 19.04 (6 GB, SSD, i3)) and that is: it will stand around and be absolutely happy to do things quickly. Suddenly, however, the hard drive begins to work so long and hard that the system becomes completely unusable. The mouse does not move (or only very slowly, almost does not come from the current position), so I can not start a monitoring tool, and that would not work because the screen is not even updated anymore. The systems try this trick a few times a day and I have to turn it off with all my might and restart it so it can be used again. I've just downsized the swap to 30 to see if this could be the problem, but in my view, this seems unlikely since replacing it on this SSD, even if the full 6 GB did not take more than 10 minutes, 20 minutes … a maximum of a few seconds.
The same applies to the potash installation. I actually switched to Ubuntu on my laptop to see if it's a distribution. It does not seem like that.

What else could be going on? How do I go about troubleshooting? Could it be an update, a la Windows, in the background? Any cron job? A driver thing?

Any advice would be very grateful.