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Originally Posted by Polyspecific View Post

Perhaps you should let it run its cycle?
"Pre-memory North-Bridge initialization is started"
You should really have your manual out so you can reference the error codes if you are having problems.

It will not run its cycle. It will just start to boot and shut down over and over and over. I do realize what code 15 is, but mentioned it hoping someone else may have had the same thing happen.
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Originally Posted by grizindabox View Post

It will not run its cycle. It will just start to boot and shut down over and over and over. I do realize what code 15 is, but mentioned it hoping someone else may have had the same thing happen.

I may have had a similar issue. Try plugging your mouse and keyboard in the red usb ports. My system would freeze at the Windows GUI boot screen.
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I'm using 16gb of Samsung 30nm, but I have a SB 2600K and everything is stock and running fine. I noticed on default it's set to 1.5v vs 1.35v and I haven't touched it. Maybe it's a IB thing?

Mine is set to 1.35v but it will always boot at 1.50. It's stuck there, or at least won't go down.

These Samsungs can do 1.25v at stock speed, easily.. I want to do that.
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Is there somewhere I can get more of these blue SATA cables? I could use one or two of them with the right angle connector.

Found one on ebay for $10, from Hong Kong. Says it's Gigabyte brand. I wonder if it's legit.

Well the installation seems to have gone well, played some games and got good performance and good temps. Time to call it a day!
Edited by Snakes - 5/6/12 at 1:48am
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increase your QPI/VTT or just VTT to 1.15v and your IMC voltage to 1.145v then try it again.
was this intended for me?
Yes, grizindabox, that reply was for you since you are having issue with memory.
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Is there somewhere I can get more of these blue SATA cables? I could use one or two of them with the right angle connector.
Found one on ebay for $10, from Hong Kong. Says it's Gigabyte brand. I wonder if it's legit.
Well the installation seems to have gone well, played some games and got good performance and good temps. Time to call it a day!
You don't need blue sata cables from Gigabyte. Use any sata cable you have. If you have to have blue, go online (Newegg, ebay, wherever) and order one.
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So I'm still not getting the front USB 3.0 ports included with the UD5H to recognize USB 2.0 devices. At one point it was, as I had to use it for Qflash, don't remember how many BIOS versions back that was or if I was using the 2600K and not the 3770K cpu.
These are supposed to be backwards compatible, but so far they are unusable. (I don't have any USB 3.0 devices to test). I am using USB 2.0 devices in the back panel 3.0 ports with no problems I'm aware of.
post #788 of 6656
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I think it was your post that I had found, where you had the same error I did. I'm in the process of a fresh install right now.
Hey guys, I'm getting a weird message from Windows installer where it says "Windows cannot be installed to this disk. The selected disk has an MBR partition table. On EFI systems, Windows can only be installed to GPT disks."
Does that make any sense? I think what I have to do is delete my existing partition and let Windows create a new one to install to. I've never seen this before, does EFI have to do with this motherboard since it has a UEFI BIOS? I don't know what this stuff means, I've installed and reinstalled Windows many times but never seen this message.
Yep, deleted the existing partition and it started installing Windows no problem. Sorry if I'm asking off-topic questions, just trying to figure this out and I keep running into hurdles.
Can someone tell me which port on the back of the board is controlled by Intel? I can't figure that out, it's not specified in the manual that I could tell.

You have to delete the partition and just hit next, don't even need to hit new, Windows will create it automatically for you. It should say unallocated space on the drive then hit next.


You want to plug it into the White Sata Ports, it is the second set down from the top
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Originally Posted by Sin0822 View Post

i change CPUs out all the time, i never have to reset the CMOS....... try put your 2500K back in see if it works, then try your 3570K, perhaps you killed the CPU?

OK, I was finally able to get everything working correctly!

Originally, when I replaced the 2500K with the 3570K, the system just started up with no new CPU detected message which is a first for me! I could never get into bios to check or change anything! Tried 3 different Keyboards on every port and still no getting into bios.

I reset CMOS and when I rebooted, I could see the full screen logo now (which I usually have off) so this was an indication that the reset went OK. I still could not get into bios using any keyboard on any port. Keep in mind that each time, the computer would boot into windows just fine!

I then decided to remove any other devices that were hooked to the PC. I first removed my sound system connect with no help. I then removed my Lan cable and rebooted and was able to get into bios with no problems.
I was plugged into the Atheros Lan connection.

I reconnected everything, now I am on the Intel Lan controller and all works fine.

Being curious, I then tried to recreate the problem by hooking the Lan cable back to The Atheros slot and I could never get this to repeat!

I take back what I stated about Gigabyte needs to get there act together. This is just strange crap that occurs to mess with one's mind! thinking.gif
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Hello

Have configuration:
GA-Z77-D3H (bios F12, 26 april)
G.Skill F3-1600C9D-8GAB
i7-3770K
Radeon GV-R777D5-1GD (driver 12.4, bios F3)
Seasonic 500w
Windows 7 x64, all latest drivers from gigabyte site
Тemperature: CPU < 55C, VideoCard < 60C, Z77 = 25C

Once a day, maybe a bowl PC freezes and then itself power off.
No blue screen, in windows jornal no problem.

Try to do:
1. Memtest 3 hours - OK
2. in windows Hibernate, Screen Off, USB off, HDD off - disabled
3. Turbo Boost - disabled in bios
4. PCI-E set to 2.0
5. Set memory to lower timing & normal operation mode

Nothing helps,
Please help
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