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Hi everyone , i just got myself an i5 2500k and a p8z68 v pro ( or something ) mobo plus 2x4gb 1600 mhz RAMs...and a CM hyper plus 212 (again not sure , just lazy ^^")

So i installed it and everything went fine and i decided to try asus auto tune , i know it's rubbish but i wanted to see what temperatures i was getting with it before i would go back to default. It went fine (32% perf increase) played some games and everything and had 36 ° on idle and 45° when playing on my CPU..but then when i shut off my computer it started...when i press the start button the computer starts but reboots like 3 or 4 times before i reach the part where i can get to the bios, the CPU led is red everytime it reboots so i know it's from there.

I told myself "mmkay, expected that , i'll just go back to default settings in the bios" but even after that it still has to reboots like 3 or 4 times.

So does anyone have an idea ? pretty please ^^'
post #2 of 8
Reset the CMOS. Unplug all power from the computer (remove the power cord) and then reset the CMOS.

After you do that, don't use auto tune. If it's still doing it as the below poster said you might need to update the BIOS.
Edited by pjBSOD - 10/6/11 at 10:05am
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Is the bios up to date? I believe this is a problem on some Asus boards and there was an update that resolved this issue.
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Ok first of all in the bios, advanced settings Under APM, Set Power On By PCI-E to Enabled.

This is common with failed overclocks also to restart and then restart again. My asus board does it too if my overclock is completely unstable
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post #5 of 8
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ok thanks guys , i'll keep you up to date
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sorry for late response, so i tryed enabling PCI E and updating my bios to the latest Ã* think 0.7xx didn't do a thing , i'll try reseting my cmos but i'll wait tomorrow since i can't see shjit in my room when it's night time
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Resetting the CMOS should have been the first thing you've done.
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Resetting the CMOS should have been the first thing you've done.

It worked , thanks.
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