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hello, i am having very frustrating problems with my system right now and i'm hoping someone can help me.

i had everything up and running fine for the last 2 days.

today i was playing with the graphical BIOS that comes with the crosshair (EUFI or whatever its called).

It has a feature called OC tuner, which I enabled to see what it would do as far as auto overclocking.

It put my CPU up to about 3.4 and loaded windows. I went back to the BIOS and set the multplier a bit higher, to put the CPU to 3.5. Just playing around and trying things out. I did not touch voltages at all.

After changing the multiplier, i tried loading windows again and got a blue screen, and the system restarted. Windows would not boot and i used the MeMOK button which sets everything back to defaults and restarts the system. Windows would still not restart, not even in safe mode.

I tried everything to get back into windows, and it would not load up. all the BIOS settings were back at defaults i didnt touch anything further.

I ended up just doing a reinstall of windows since that was the only way it seemed i would get back in. That went fine, windows loaded up and i started installing drivers.

however while doing this i noticed that i could not create a connection to the internet, because there were no network adapter drivers installed.
I tried installing the network adapter drivers off the asus CD and it came up with the message that there is no intel network adapter installed.

It also would not show up in the device manager or anywhere else that i could see.

I popped in a network card that i had lying around and that worked fine. I updated the drivers for everything that i could and it would still not recognize the onboard network adapter.

I also noticed that it would not play any sounds. whether through my monitor speakers or through headphones, none of the audio jacks are working. All the audio drivers are up to date but in the device manager it says there is no audio device plugged in.

So if anyone could please tell me, did i wreck something playing with the overclock settings, or is this a windows issue, or what?? i'm at a loss as to what to do right now.
post #2 of 5
Intel network adapter is not under the network adapters in device manager?

Maybe you got a faulty mobo?

Go over to rog forums and create a thread, the guys there are from ASUS and they might help you out, seen a lot of threads about problems with that mobo over there.

I havent had any problem with it so far. Got it for about 4 days.

I also never tried the auto-overclock thing, I always overclock manually.

Try seeing if the PCI-E frequency in BIOS is set to 100mhz. If set to high might cause problems.

BTW, memOK button doesnt set everything to default, thats the CLRCMOS button on the i/o panel at the back of the mobo, memOK is for setting the memory back to the last stable settings.
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Thanks for directing me to that site, I found the problem and i feel like a complete Tard. For some reason this time when I reset it changed both my audio and network adapters to disabled in the bios. I didn't even think to look at those settings since every other time I reset they didn't change




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Good to hear your problem is gone.
post #5 of 5
If you apply the extreme OC profile it will disable your integrated network card.
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