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Stupid me, I did not notice I was installing an old version of ET. Got the latest one (B12.0525.1), uninstalled old one, reboot, tried the new install.

Crash with:

194

Back to BIOS for OC frown.gif
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Originally Posted by cri123 View Post

Stupid me, I did not notice I was installing an old version of ET. Got the latest one (B12.0525.1), uninstalled old one, reboot, tried the new install.
Crash with:
194
Back to BIOS for OC frown.gif
You should overclock through the BIOS in the first place...
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You can try the Gigabyte Tweak Launcher. I prefer to use the BIOS settings myself, but that's me, others find it useful.
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For the "PCI Simple Communications Controller", you need to install the "Intel Management Engine Interface" driver, a.k.a. "ME 8", which you can get either off the Gigabyte website (Ver. 8.0.0.1351 showing currently for the UD5H) or the Intel website (Ver. 8.0.10.1464 showing currently http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&DwnldID=21201&ProdId=3442&lang=eng&OSVersion=Windows%207%20%2864-bit%29*&DownloadType=). I've installed the one from Intel, since it appears to be newer; and it seems to be working fine here. There's a note on the Intel page about what it is for, but it is incredibly vague... maybe someone else will chime in with more info.

Thanks, that stopped the mysterious device alert, it looks like something for Turbo-boost, but I could be wrong. That Power Surge on USB Hub alert is still around, can't figure out what's causing it. Already reset the BIOS, updated to F8, and checked the ports. According to the notification window, it's telling me it's occurring with a USB 3.0 port, any guesses?
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You should overclock through the BIOS in the first place...

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Originally Posted by mandrix View Post

You can try the Gigabyte Tweak Launcher. I prefer to use the BIOS settings myself, but that's me, others find it useful.

ET is used for other things besides OC the cpu (i.e., creating a fan profile for the cpu or system fans, etc.).

I don't recall having any issues installing this application, but you may want to do a complete uninstall, and then try installing in Safe Mode. Also, install as Administrator.

Not sure why you are looking to install ET, but if it is solely for OCing then I agree with the others in that it is better to OC outside of Windows.
post #2486 of 6298
UD5H F9f BIOS up with NO info?!
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If you are posting about what is posted over on TT, you have to go to the end of the thread as well as the 1st post to get an idea.
He announces it in a reply. But its still terribly vague.
Either he does not know or is so strapped for time or what ever but I tell you I am more careful about trying a beta BIOS than to just load and hope if you know what I mean.
    
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Take care using all these beta BIOS's. If your board will not run om the latest official from Gigabyte then the answer is not the betas but that's what betas are for I guess.
I got on the phone and in a email volley with Gigabyte tech support and mentioned the betas found on TT and they in no way shape or form admit to knowing of them or support anything but whats up on their site.
Sometimes these betas are posted with no description of their design and that's like playing poker blindfolded.

I'm running F9d for my Z77X-UD5H -- do you suppose I'm running counterfeit BIOS that was created by someone other than Gigabyte??
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I'm running F9d for my Z77X-UD5H -- do you suppose I'm running counterfeit BIOS that was created by someone other than Gigabyte??

Unless you downloaded it from their Webb site, yes. Sometimes an official BIOS will be posted on TT before it shows up there but if you ask Gigabyte about the betas and such you will get no help on anything other than whats on their site.
    
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no. TT forums is GB's official USA forums. You cannot make your own BIOS, you can mod it to add in new firmware for devices like LAN or SATA controllers, but you cannot make a counterfeit BIOS, and no one who has the ability to mod them would do something like that.
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