I swapped out the old i7-920 with an i7-990X. And I replaced the old cmos battery with a new one. I also took out the RAM sticks to get them out of they way of me working with the cpu cooler. Then I put the RAM sticks back after I was done. I booted up to find that the BIOS was completely reset. I redid the BIOS settings then saved, exited, and rebooted. Bootup shows a jmicron message about eSata and "no drives found". Then it shows the windows logo with spinning dots. After that, it shows a blue screen of death. I disabled the jmicron feature in the BIOS. Although the jmicron screen does not show, I'm still getting a BSOD. I have the vanilla Asus P6T mobo as shown in my signature below. What can I do to fix this issue? Thanks.