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post #6601 of 6656
Perhaps the power button is always pressed? I mean, the way it is broken is that it looks like it is always pressed from the point of view of the board.

When you turn the PC on by holding down the power button (without letting go), then you get that menu where the board thinks the first BIOS has an issue and offers to flash it again.

Try to see how to replace the power button on your case. What you can do right now is, you could disconnect the power button from the board, and then connect the reset button into that spot. You can then use the reset button to turn the PC on/off. Also, maybe see if you can get the option to work where you can turn the PC on through hitting keys on the keyboard.
post #6602 of 6656
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Originally Posted by sixor View Post

wow i really hate my z77x ud3h

so now my pc turns itself on, i guess the power button is bad on the case, so when i turn off the pc i hit the psu switch

after a while i turn on the switch and turn on the pc================ your main bios is corrupted bla bla bla, very annoying having to setup everything everytime

why this happens? IT IS THE BATTERY INSIDE THE MOBO?

First remove the power button cable from the motherboard, use the orange button on the right of the motherboard to start your pc, if this don't resolve the problem go in your bios in Power management tab and disable Wake on lan.
post #6603 of 6656
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Originally Posted by sixor View Post

wow i really hate my z77x ud3h

so now my pc turns itself on, i guess the power button is bad on the case, so when i turn off the pc i hit the psu switch

after a while i turn on the switch and turn on the pc================ your main bios is corrupted bla bla bla, very annoying having to setup everything everytime

why this happens? IT IS THE BATTERY INSIDE THE MOBO?
Replace the switch. Not %100 sure about the BIOS being affected but could definitely impact the OS by sudden shutdown with psu switch.
If you are going to keep shutting it off this way I suggest running CHKDSK C:/F often.
post #6604 of 6656
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Originally Posted by hht92 View Post

First remove the power button cable from the motherboard, use the orange button on the right of the motherboard to start your pc, if this don't resolve the problem go in your bios in Power management tab and disable Wake on lan.

will do

wake on lan is disabled by default

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Replace the switch. Not %100 sure about the BIOS being affected but could definitely impact the OS by sudden shutdown with psu switch.
If you are going to keep shutting it off this way I suggest running CHKDSK C:/F often.

how do you replace a switch? (the power button on the case) buy another case? lol

and no, i dont sudden shutdown

i shut down windows, then kill the power on the psu so the pc wont turn on by itself because of the bad power button
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will do

wake on lan is disabled by default
how do you replace a switch? (the power button on the case) buy another case? lol

and no, i dont sudden shutdown

i shut down windows, then kill the power on the psu so the pc wont turn on by itself because of the bad power button
You should be able to buy or request a replacement switch from the case manufacturer. I've had parts break on a case and had them replaced, but the length of time depends on the manufacturer...sometimes they will step outside of the warranty period for free replacement and sometimes they will charge a nominal fee.
Otherwise you can buy a switch that may not match your case and mount it somewhere.
GL. thumb.gif
post #6606 of 6656
Also sounds like an overclock gone wrong... or unsustanable anymore, Probably a PSU problem.

I remember this happened to me was when Windows 10 decided to wake up my PC (Z77X-UP5TH) to update itself. But the Bios losing settings when from a time I had a bad PSU as well. (Gigabyte Odin 1200W wasn't compatible with the Z77X-UP5 TH)
post #6607 of 6656
Rats. Took the old 6850 video card out of my wifes Z77X-UD5H & replaced with a water cooled 7950 left over from another build and it does not work at all in pcie x16 slot. mad.gif Had to move it to the second (x8) slot and there it functions at least. (Works fine in my main rig in pcie x16 slot however)

This has happened before on a Gigabyte board but they fixed and returned it quickly. Not sure how I could have borked something but oh well, at the time I bought the two UD5H's I was pretty impressed with them. smile.gif

Warranty long gone now.
Oh well. She will not know the difference it just irks me that something happened to board somehow.

Just venting. lol. tongue.gif Overall my Gigabyte boards have been pretty good, just have their quirks like all of them I guess.
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How can I control the system/case fans trough the BIOS ? I tried every setting at the system fans still run at max.
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How can I control the system/case fans trough the BIOS ? I tried every setting at the system fans still run at max.

well i dont know how to use the PMW option so u run them ad default
post #6610 of 6656
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Originally Posted by Yetyhunter View Post

How can I control the system/case fans trough the BIOS ? I tried every setting at the system fans still run at max.

PWM in these Gigabyte boards is bad,only the cpu header has good PWM option, what i did was to connect all my fans to the cpu header with a PWM 1-to-4 Splitter from gelix (very cheap by the way).
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