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Hi, I just bought the ASUS Sabertooth P67 board and have installed everything with ease, and overall don't have any problems with the board. I do however seem to have an annoying little problem whenever I do a shut down and boot up the computer. Only when I do a cold boot will the computer post and turn on, only to shut right back off about 2 seconds later then fully come up. I read some suggestions on ASUS's website to update the bios and it would fix the problem, but from checking my current BIOS I am updated to the last revision already. From overclocking almost since I first got the system loaded I thought that could be the problem, only to load defaults and this appears to be just a problem with the board/bios. Any help is appreciated from owners of the motherboard, or just anyone who may have had this same problem. Thanks a bunch, sorry if this is the wrong place to post.
post #2 of 11
I had a similar problem where mine would display the TUF series logo on 3 separate occasions before loading in to windows. Not sure what could be causing the problem though. Might want to ask in the Asus Sabretooth thread.
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Yeah mine was doing the same thing with that as well, but I just opted to disable the full screen logo feature and that didn't pop around all over the place.
post #4 of 11
Disable the jmicron and the marvell sata controllers in the uefi, that's what i did but i don't know if your situation is the same as mine.
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Originally Posted by Fustercluck;13626097 
Yeah mine was doing the same thing with that as well, but I just opted to disable the full screen logo feature and that didn't pop around all over the place.

Ya I did the same. Sounds like OP's mobo is completely restarting though, as in turning off and back on again.

I havent heard anyone else with this problem.

Hear is the Asus Sabretooth thread - http://www.overclock.net/intel-motherboards/854493-official-asus-sabertooth-motherboards-club-tuf.html
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Originally Posted by Thogar;13626130 
Disable the jmicron and the marvell sata controllers in the uefi, that's what i did but i don't know if your situation is the same as mine.

Weird....that fixed it. Thanks a bunch!
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*revive* I'm an idiot on these new BIOS's.

Can someone explain where you find this? I get the same exact issue.
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post #8 of 11
I have the same board and I was running into this issue when it was brand new. Only on cold boot would it do it. The PC would also just shut off after sitting for an hour or so and I have it set never to sleep since I do not leave it running overnight anyway. I was told to clear the CMOS and that seemed to work fine until recently when it started doing it again. CMOS is not helping either. Still just shuts off for no reason when sitting idle for awhile.
post #9 of 11
I have had the same problem with my brand new Sabertooth p67 after using the "turbo mode".

What worked for me was reseting bios, using normal mode, not turbo in the EZ mode screen. Overclock from scratch by increasing multiplier and setting cpu and ram voltage.

What seemed most important was that the FSB should be 100 and RAM voltage and frequenzy to be the exact same as recomended, in my case 1600 mhz and 1.5V.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Topgearfan;13716609 
I have the same board and I was running into this issue when it was brand new. Only on cold boot would it do it. The PC would also just shut off after sitting for an hour or so and I have it set never to sleep since I do not leave it running overnight anyway. I was told to clear the CMOS and that seemed to work fine until recently when it started doing it again. CMOS is not helping either. Still just shuts off for no reason when sitting idle for awhile.

Sounds like a Dying or Hot PSU
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