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post #2391 of 6656
Guys any reason why my XMP profile for 1500Mhz won't work?

Is it because of lack of multiplier for 1500Mhz? Or because I;ve menaully set RAM voltage and timings?
post #2392 of 6656
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Originally Posted by Snakes View Post

Damn USB 3.0. I thought I had definitely identified my Corsair case's front panel to be causing my issues and I still believe that's a problem but I just tried plugging my USB HDD directly into the Gigabyte bracket which is connected to the Intel internal header and it's telling me the device can perform faster if I connect it to a USB 3.0 port. I have the latest Intel USB 3.0 driver installed. The back ports work fine. When I plug the Corsair front panel into the back ports of the motherboard there is no recognition in Windows of the HDD being connected at all. So there's something wrong with the front panel too. I'm about to just give up on the front panel ports and internal headers, and just use the back ports. Really frustrating, I have these features and being able to use them would be nice.

I know you been battling this issue for a while so I apologize if this has already been addressed but did you heed the warning in the manual about plugging in a device into the USB 2.0 port before loading the USB 3.0 drivers?

"Due to a Windows 7 limitation, please connect your USB device(s) to the USB 2.0/1.1 port(s) before the Intel USB 3.0 controller driver is installed."

Also, not sure which of the internal USB 3.0 headers you are using for your front bracket, but have you tried all three? The reason I ask is I think F_USB30_1 is controlled differently than F_USB30_2/F_USB30_3.

Again, you may have addressed all of these but I was just trying to think of something you could try.
post #2393 of 6656
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Originally Posted by barkeater View Post

I know you been battling this issue for a while so I apologize if this has already been addressed but did you heed the warning in the manual about plugging in a device into the USB 2.0 port before loading the USB 3.0 drivers?
"Due to a Windows 7 limitation, please connect your USB device(s) to the USB 2.0/1.1 port(s) before the Intel USB 3.0 controller driver is installed."
Also, not sure which of the internal USB 3.0 headers you are using for your front bracket, but have you tried all three? The reason I ask is I think F_USB30_1 is controlled differently than F_USB30_2/F_USB30_3.
Again, you may have addressed all of these but I was just trying to think of something you could try.
I appreciate your ideas. I'm not sure about that limitation, I was under the impression that they just mean the 2.0 ports might be the only ones that work before you install the 3.0 drivers, so plug in your mouse and keyboard to the 2.0 when you first install Windows. I tried two of the internal headers, one controlled by VIA and one controlled by Intel. To tell the truth the back ports are probably more convenient for me to use but I just hate the idea of having a pretty major feature that just plain doesn't work, would like to get it solved but I'm reaching the end of my patience and ready to give up.
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post #2394 of 6656
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Damn USB 3.0. I thought I had definitely identified my Corsair case's front panel to be causing my issues and I still believe that's a problem but I just tried plugging my USB HDD directly into the Gigabyte bracket which is connected to the Intel internal header and it's telling me the device can perform faster if I connect it to a USB 3.0 port. I have the latest Intel USB 3.0 driver installed. The back ports work fine. When I plug the Corsair front panel into the back ports of the motherboard there is no recognition in Windows of the HDD being connected at all. So there's something wrong with the front panel too. I'm about to just give up on the front panel ports and internal headers, and just use the back ports. Really frustrating, I have these features and being able to use them would be nice.

Hi Snakes,

I'm no pro by any stretch but I had the same problem once as well. I believe it was a loose connection that I had so I took out the cable and re-plugged it into FUSB3.0_1, rebooted my computer and it was fine from then on.. maybe try that and see if the problem re-occurs.. , good luck smile.gif
post #2395 of 6656
Thanks for the suggestion. I've moved the connector from one header to another but I suppose it could have gotten loose both times. I'll keep that in mind as a possibility.
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post #2396 of 6656
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Guys any reason why my XMP profile for 1500Mhz won't work?
Is it because of lack of multiplier for 1500Mhz? Or because I;ve menaully set RAM voltage and timings?

It would be helpful to know the ram to which you speak of as well as your MB and CPU. Then someone may be able yo help you. Otherwise we have no clue.
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post #2397 of 6656
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It would be helpful to know the ram to which you speak of as well as your MB and CPU. Then someone may be able yo help you. Otherwise we have no clue.

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post #2398 of 6656
@mr. frosty tell us more about the ram..link to ram, timings, speed rated for, amount and so on...
Edited by Conners - 6/27/12 at 2:47pm
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post #2399 of 6656
Got a ssd you want to know if trim is enabled? Try this little batch file and see....easy Copy and paste to note pad save as all files and name it trimckh.bat or wahterver you like to your desktop or whever you like...
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
@echo off
fsutil behavior query disabledeletenotify
:start
CHOICE /c:01 /m "Choose Either (0) ZERO or (1) ONE From the Answer Above..."
IF ERRORLEVEL ==2 GOTO One
IF ERRORLEVEL ==1 GOTO Zero
:Zero
CLS
color 2f
echo.
echo.
echo.
@echo ...TRIM IS ENABLED YIPPEE!! smile.gif
echo.
echo.
echo.
goto End
:One
CLS
color 4f
echo.
echo.
echo.
@echo ...TRIM IS DISABLED BOO HOO! frown.gif
echo.
echo.
echo.
:end
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post #2400 of 6656
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Originally Posted by Snakes View Post

Damn USB 3.0. I thought I had definitely identified my Corsair case's front panel to be causing my issues and I still believe that's a problem but I just tried plugging my USB HDD directly into the Gigabyte bracket which is connected to the Intel internal header and it's telling me the device can perform faster if I connect it to a USB 3.0 port. I have the latest Intel USB 3.0 driver installed. The back ports work fine. When I plug the Corsair front panel into the back ports of the motherboard there is no recognition in Windows of the HDD being connected at all. So there's something wrong with the front panel too. I'm about to just give up on the front panel ports and internal headers, and just use the back ports. Really frustrating, I have these features and being able to use them would be nice.

On my system, all 3 headers are in use (one to MB case, one using GB bracket, one on a rear bracket). All three are working fine under Windows 7 (BIOS F9d). Checking the Device Manager, for USB 3.0, I have 4 entries:

Intel(R) USB 3.0 eXtensible Host Controller
Intel(R) USB 3.0 Root Hub
USB 3.0 Hub
USB 3.0 Hub

The eXtensible host controller and the two 3.0 hubs list the driver version: 1.0.5.235.

The two 3.0 hubs, under the Power Management tab, have "Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power" unchecked. (I don't know if this might matter. I seem to remember reading something about a Power Management issue for some USB 3.0 configurations (not related to GB boards though). I don't remember unchecking it, but I must have done at some point.

Could the problem be in part a flaky USB device? My Corsair Flash Voyager GT 3,0 doesn't always work on a system in my office where my WD My Book 3.0 works fine. Do you have another USB 3.0 device to test?
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