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Hi , i just got a problem today with my gigabyte mobo. I just sold my VGA and today i tooked it off my rig. When i came back home i plug the HDMI cable into the mobo, selected onboard vga and so on...but i got this strange boot loop...




I've formatted like 3 times, and the problem goes away. But when i try to install 7 704d3r when i rebot i got same issue...

Please, i tryed to Clear CMOS by pulling battery off for 5 min. When i replace the battery, got some serious boot problem like 1 or 2 boot 1-2seconds then 3rd boot stuck first bios screen like 10 seconds then it gives me an error to corrupted cmos ( and then i load the default cmos profile ). Seems nothing its going to work :/
Edited by Markiller21 - 10/5/11 at 1:13pm
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Are you able to get back into the BIOS or get to a boot menu where you can select a drive to boot off of?

If possible, I would hit the "change all options to default" in the BIOS and try to boot up again. Sometimes allow the BIOS to back to stock options, might clear up the issue.
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Done and failed
Cleared cmos and reset bios to default. Nothing happens.
Now i ve formatted again and the problem is gone... maybe 7 704d3r is incompatible with onboard intel vga ??? Im going to belive that at this point....??? :/

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re-flash your BIOS, update it if you haven't already. Also which board?
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re-flash your BIOS, update it if you haven't already. Also which board?
It was z68xp-ud4 with F4 bios. I have solved the issue. It was the 704d3r. In fact booting while pressing "r" then selecting "boot without loader" solved the problem.
Never tought onboard vga should have this problem. I apologize if im talking not legit about 704d3r ...
Edited by Markiller21 - 10/7/11 at 3:27pm
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