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post #8141 of 9343
I tried both RAM DIMMs in each slot individually... still the same issue.

alot of other threads/forums suggest the same thing... will see tomorrow if I can butcher one of the other machines, otherwise it needs to go back to suppliers and they must do it.
post #8142 of 9343
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Originally Posted by malmental View Post

it's because you have an IB CPU on a Z68 board,
odds are you needed to update the mobo BIOS first (with a SB chip) then install the IB chip (3770).
for it to run properly.

100% the right answer. Also don't fray from dimm slots being bad on these boards.

I have run 4.2GHz for a year 24/7
post #8143 of 9343
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Originally Posted by snake eyes View Post

I tried both RAM DIMMs in each slot individually... still the same issue.

alot of other threads/forums suggest the same thing... will see tomorrow if I can butcher one of the other machines, otherwise it needs to go back to suppliers and they must do it.
just get a SB chip and update the BIOS like I said earlier..
post #8144 of 9343
I'm about to FLASH my bios I got the bios from :

http://support.asus.com/download.aspx?SLanguage=en&m=P8Z68%20DELUXE&os=30

But My question is about flashing bios from the BIOS it self using a USB stick like here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9HMr0lLE2w4

But what is going to happen with the ssd cuz it will be in AHCI and I read that it should be in RAID mode or something... I dont want to full install windows 7 again tongue.gif. If it could be a safe step by step I will be glad biggrin.gif
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I'm about to FLASH my bios I got the bios from :

http://support.asus.com/download.aspx?SLanguage=en&m=P8Z68%20DELUXE&os=30

But My question is about flashing bios from the BIOS it self using a USB stick like here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9HMr0lLE2w4

But what is going to happen with the ssd cuz it will be in AHCI and I read that it should be in RAID mode or something... I dont want to full install windows 7 again tongue.gif. If it could be a safe step by step I will be glad biggrin.gif

 

Why would it need to be in RAID mode?  Just flash it.  After flashing, go right back into the BIOS and make sure it's still in AHCI mode.  If it's not, then switch it.  If you need it to be in RAID mode, then make sure it's still in RAID mode before going back into Windows.

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post #8146 of 9343
Bios Flashed 100% success biggrin.gif ty for the advises, and tips before doing this task smile.gif I updated to the last one and looks cool!
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Hello all OCers

Last week I updated my windows with windows update, the day after when I was gonna turn the system on, it hangs on "starting windows" and the mouse and keyboard hangs aswell( the numlock is glowing even tho I turn it off)

so I thought maybe windows update made my system unstable so I try to load with fail-safe mode but it just hangs on classpnp.sys on all 3 different fail-safe modes.

By this time I thought the windows itself is corrupt so I try re installing, it load the files but then the screen turn black. I tried in my other computer and it works fine, By the time it goes black my mouse and keyboard just hangs aswell.

I have had this computer for a year now and this is my first problem.

I have tried all the USB ports, if I use USB3.0 the mouse and keyboard just turns off instead of hanging
I have tried all the different Sata ports
I have tried a different HDD
I have tried a different GPU
I have tried with 1 mem stick instead of both.
I have also tried clearing CMOS but problem remains.

Got the latest BIOS.

Please help me with this issue,

EDIT:

Forgot the speccs:

Asus P8Z68-V PRO GEN3
Intel i5 2500k
Asus geforce 560
Edited by Nagash - 1/31/13 at 8:55am
post #8148 of 9343
Sounds like either you got corruption from unstable memory or something or a virus.
post #8149 of 9343
Well a virus before I even get into windows? sounds wierd?

Im about to try a different PSU can allso try with a different memory and see if it works.

EDIT:
Tried with a different PSU but problem remains

Tried with a different memory like post above suggested but problem remains.

So now I got 2 components left to check that is CPU and the motherboard.

So can it be the CPU that makes these issues? feels more like the motherboard but im no expert. Please assist me with this matter.

best regards
Edited by Nagash - 1/31/13 at 10:08am
post #8150 of 9343
Something like that happened to me once few years back. Windows update messed up probably because silently my overclock was not stable. Win update became corrupted and could not install updates or shut down cleanly. Only option was to reinstall fresh.
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