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post #611 of 810
After 3 days of no cold boot issues, today I go out for two hours come back home, turn the system on it doesn't show a boot screen with no video display it shuts itself off . I take out the psu cable, plug it back in the system boots on it's own and again it shuts off mad.gifmad.gif

Take out the psu cable again, plug it back in system boots on it's own and it works perfectly back into windows rolleyes.gif
post #612 of 810
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Originally Posted by skyline5gtr View Post

It starts up posts to memory info maybe 2-5 seconds then shuts off and restarts. Has anyone NOT been able to get out of this?

Temporarily install your videocard into the bottom slot.
post #613 of 810
yea i tried 10-20 times and gave up. Then i went back tried 20 more times and it finally worked lol
post #614 of 810
what bios is everyone running im on 6
post #615 of 810
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what bios is everyone running im on 6

Running 6 to.

How did you flashed the new BIOS?

Best way to do it:
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best way to update is to have a FAT32 formatted USB stick, put the bios file on it, enter bios and hit F8 once you are in the bios. It will take you to the bios flashing menu. Follow the prompts and have the bios updated.

Once the bios is updated load optimised defaults, wait for board to finish boot cycle and shut it down, take the power cable out of PSU, press power button a couple of times to clear any residual power. Take the battery out for 30 seconds and put it back in, boot up, go to bios and load optimised defaults again. On reboot press ALT+F12 (multiple times). This will backup your main bios to the backup bios.
post #616 of 810
good luck. i'm on a different board - i dont think a currently released BIOS is going to fix these issues. I entirely got shot down at the gigabyte boards, too - so that's a lost cause. I guess I'm going to try tweaktown next. After that, I'm going to start collecting names, and see how many of us have the issue.
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post #618 of 810
Sort of read through the thread.

Just confirming, has this been fixed for the P67 series? I recall one member saying the F3 BIOS for P67 has fixed it.

I really should have done a bit more research before jumping on a cheap P67A-UD3-B3 doh.gif
     
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post #619 of 810
I just went to CES, and i was there to meet the head of R&D for the motherboard unit. We had dinner and i brought up the bootloop, he went over it and then said that 1 or 2 months ago they rolled out fixes for all the boards. He said that if the problem still persists it has to do with some incompatibility. he also emailed one of his engineers and asked for all the BIOSes for every single board which fix the issue. So when i get that list i will post it here. If you still have th bootloop after the most recent BIOS update, please PM me so I can let them know.
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post #620 of 810
I'm running a GA-Z68X-UD3H-B3 with the F11g BIOS - I think that's the most up to date, and I still have issues.
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