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I've been gone from this thread for a minute but I have to say that I have taught 'TwoCables' well..
I'm so proud of you young Jedi.. tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by malmental View Post

I've been gone from this thread for a minute but I have to say that I have taught 'TwoCables' well..
I'm so proud of you young Jedi.. tongue.gif

 

Hehehe thank you. It feels good, man. :)

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Anybody have any ideas on how to get rid of these errors on boot? Second one pops up after I click OK on the first.
Edited by Eaglesfan251 - 5/21/13 at 11:38am
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post #8874 of 9343
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Anybody have any ideas on how to get rid of these errors on boot? Second one pops up after I click OK on the first.

 

When did this start happening?

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post #8875 of 9343
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When did this start happening?
When I tried to install either the chipset drivers or the management interface drivers after a fresh Windows install. Tried uninstalling and reinstalling both with no luck.
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When I tried to install either the chipset drivers or the management interface drivers after a fresh Windows install. Tried uninstalling and reinstalling both with no luck.

 

Hmm. I'm not sure if this will work, but let's try it anyway:

 

  1. Open msconfig
  2. Switch to the Startup tab
  3. Look for anything that could be the culprit
  4. When you find a possible culprit, disable it (this temporarily deletes its subkey out of the Registry)
  5. Click OK and then reboot
  6. If it turns out that this was the culprit, then go back into msconfig and re-enable it.
  7. Hover over the location to find out exactly where it's located in the Registry
  8. Go directly to that key in the Registry (leave msconfig open in the background)
  9. In the right-hand pane of that key, look what might be the offending subkey
  10. When you think you've found it, Alt+Tab back to msconfig
  11. Disable the the culprit again as before and click Apply
  12. Alt+Tab back to Regedit and press F5 to refresh it
  13. You'll see one of the subkeys in the right-hand pane disappear
  14. Now, re-enable it in msconfig and click Apply
  15. Press F5 again in Regedit
  16. Delete the subkey that reappears (or repeat the above steps to make sure you're deleting the right one)
  17. Close Regedit and msconfig
  18. Reboot

 

If this works, then I would recommend getting the chipset driver and management interface driver directly from Intel's site.

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post #8877 of 9343
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Originally Posted by TwoCables View Post

Hmm. I'm not sure if this will work, but let's try it anyway:
  1. Open msconfig
  2. Switch to the Startup tab
  3. Look for anything that could be the culprit
  4. When you find a possible culprit, disable it (this temporarily deletes its subkey out of the Registry)
  5. Click OK and then reboot
  6. If it turns out that this was the culprit, then go back into msconfig and re-enable it.
  7. Hover over the location to find out exactly where it's located in the Registry
  8. Go directly to that key in the Registry (leave msconfig open in the background)
  9. In the right-hand pane of that key, look what might be the offending subkey
  10. When you think you've found it, Alt+Tab back to msconfig
  11. Disable the the culprit again as before and click Apply
  12. Alt+Tab back to Regedit and press F5 to refresh it
  13. You'll see one of the subkeys in the right-hand pane disappear
  14. Now, re-enable it in msconfig and click Apply
  15. Press F5 again in Regedit
  16. Delete the subkey that reappears (or repeat the above steps to make sure you're deleting the right one)
  17. Close Regedit and msconfig
  18. Reboot

If this works, then I would recommend getting the chipset driver and management interface driver directly from Intel's site.
Thanks for the reply. I looked around and didn't see anything that jumped out at me. I'll mess around with it more tomorrow.

I got those drivers from my mobo disk, I'll see if the site has some updated ones.

Thank you.
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post #8878 of 9343
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Thanks for the reply. I looked around and didn't see anything that jumped out at me. I'll mess around with it more tomorrow.

I got those drivers from my mobo disk, I'll see if the site has some updated ones.

Thank you.

 

I had a feeling it was from the CD. So yeah, I do recommend getting these drivers from Intel's site.

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post #8879 of 9343
I would check in Task Schedular. Disabled any Asus task(s) that point to "C:\Windows\Chipset" folder.
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post #8880 of 9343
Hi there,

Heres a strange one, ive had this board (P8Z68-V/GEN3) and (i52500k) for quite some time now. I have never updated the bios which is version 0301 and just happened to be looking ant the CPU support page for this board on the Asus site. It says here (http://support.asus.com/cpusupport/list.aspx?SLanguage=en&p=1&s=39&m=P8Z68-V&os=&hashedid=f0AT3LgZYgFPjNJ8) that the i52500k is only supported from bios version 0401. I don't seem to have any problems with it but wondered why this might be? Or if I should update to the latest bios urgently?

Thanks as always guys!!
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