Originally Posted by pross
Thanks for the suggestions.
Dont need a power button, there is a reset and a power switch on the mobo. I'm going to put the intel cooler back on tomorrow and give that a try, PSU isn't modular.
I like the idea of the power button on the mobo...Anyway, any luck? What happened?
Originally Posted by munaim1 NOTE TO ALL FROM MUNAIM1: I WILL TEMPORARILY TAKE OVER THREAD UNTIL TURRICAN9 RETURNS
So, is Turrican9 away on another bender? (Just kidding, I know he like his booze.
Originally Posted by Badwrench
Hello all, I just picked up a P8Z68-V-LE and am having some problems. At first it wouldn't post with onboard video, so I tried with my spare gpu. I reset the cmos after every attempt and change. All fans work, hdd spins up, led lights up. I reset one more time and went back to onboard and now I am getting a screen that says:
Warning! BIOS Recovery Mode has been detected. Please put the file "P8Z68VLE.ROM" into a removable usb media device, and reset computer.
This is new to me, as I am fairly new to computers. I have tried resetting the cmos again and am still getting the same message.
Any Ideas? Also, I am getting 2 short beeps when I hook up an mobo speaker.
I have this board. Just put it together right after the holidays. I had two issue's, first it had the oldest BIOS on it. I used their 'easy flash' (or whatever they call it) and flashed to the newest. No problems in flashing. Went smooth and I used a USB media device also. The 2nd problem was simular to yours in I couldn't get a screen from my Nvidia card. So I used the HDMI and the on board graphics to boot the system, etc. I could see what was going on. I then tried the graphics card in the blue slot (x2) and it worked fine. I then switched it over to the black slot (x16) and again I couldn't see a thing. Well I found that it needed to reboot several times before the card would finally kick in and work. Now it's working flawlessly.
I would suggest this....First make sure that you have all the latest drivers. The ones on the disk they give you are only enough to get the board to boot. Once you have your OS on, then get the latest drivers (they're right here on the board, just do a search for drivers and they have them all for every mobo out for Asus). If that doesn't work, I'm with the other guys. RMA either to New Egg or Asus, your choice. And I'm sorry to hear you're having a problem with a Asus board. It maybe the open box, it may not. Good luck!
Originally Posted by csm725
I had the replacement at my US address 3 days after I called them (P8P67 Pro).