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I just recently put together a new setup with P8P67 Deluxe, i7 2600k, 16GB RAM, Corsair 750W v2...

I am having some strange problems with booting up computer. After it is turned off over night for several hours it always freezes on next day on first boot at first display screen(MB message). After that i always have to turn it off and turn on again and then it boots fine into windows.

Does anyone have an idea what this could be ?
post #2 of 7
i have the same problem with my work pc
based on my previous searches ... the popular suggestion is ram problem - make sure the contacts are clean

other than that .. idk :/

never got around fixing the problem .. i just restart right after i turn the thing on smile.gif))

btw .. this is on an old pentium e2180 2.0ghz, msi 7507 board, 2x1gb ddr2 533
so it may be a different problem ?
Edited by boogschd - 5/12/11 at 3:04am
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RAMs are brand new and i just did a memtest and all is ok
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try manually entering your ram timings and see if that fixes it. the XMP profiles from x58 and p55 arent always comapatble with Sandy/Cougar unless you have really good sticks with lots of overclock headroom.

if not, turn on hot swap on your drives
Edited by The Mac - 5/12/11 at 9:04am
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I tried entering RAM settings and so did i try all of the recommended solutions for "double post" problems. Hot swap is enabled for my SSD drive where OS is on, i have two other HDD with no hot swap.
post #7 of 7
There's basically nothing that you can do. I've had this issue with my B2 and B3 motherboards. It's either a nasty bug that ASUS can't pinpoint or it's just a quirk of the hardware.

New BIOS releases were supposed to fix this, sadly that hasn't been the case. I made a thread about this a while ago. Take a gander, some people claim to have fixed theirs.
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