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post #2321 of 6918
Hey guys,

i have a problem again. -.- I have updated my Bios with ai suite 2 and with the latest bios from the asus site. The update runs perfectly and it has finisched it. but after the restart the windows boot logo appears and after that i have a blackscreen!!! when i restart the system i can join to the save mode and there i have a screen but in the normal mode is everything black.

what should i do? i need help please


Snapky
post #2322 of 6918
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Hey guys,
i have a problem again. -.- I have updated my Bios with ai suite 2 and with the latest bios from the asus site. The update runs perfectly and it has finisched it. but after the restart the windows boot logo appears and after that i have a blackscreen!!! when i restart the system i can join to the save mode and there i have a screen but in the normal mode is everything black.
what should i do? i need help please
Snapky
Try clearing your cmos. Do you have a graphics card?
post #2323 of 6918
whats a cmos? yeah i have a graphics card the asus gtx 670 dcii

How can i clear it without replce the batterie?

edit: when i install the update then the first time i can go into the normal mode of windows but after a restart it won't work anymore
Edited by Snapky - 8/22/12 at 5:37am
post #2324 of 6918
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whats a cmos? yeah i have a graphics card the asus gtx 670 dcii
How can i clear it without replce the batterie?
edit: when i install the update then the first time i can go into the normal mode of windows but after a restart it won't work anymore
Use the 3 pin jumper located next to the bottom led light..


you have to shut off power to the system and shut down the power to board.. then take the jumper and place it on pins 2 and 3 for 10 seconds..then place the jumper back to original position on pins 1 and 2.. power the system back up and try to boot.. This process resets your bios to default.. could help your situation,,
post #2325 of 6918
okay i did what you said but it didn't work nothing changed in the bios
post #2326 of 6918
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okay i did what you said but it didn't work nothing changed in the bios
Consider flashing back to whatever revision bios that actually worked.. I strongly suggest using the bios flashback method instead of Ai suite ll.

Was there a reason you flashed Your bios or you just wanted the newest? Personally i wont install that buggy Ai suite.. several posts have described it as nothing but a Headache..

My Preferred Method of Flashing this Board http://www.overclock.net/t/1246595/official-asus-sabertooth-z77-owners-thread-club/2150#post_17930989

You might also try removing you graphics card ..cycle board power..reinstall the card and see what happens.
Edited by Hanoverfist - 8/22/12 at 7:06am
post #2327 of 6918
boah bro your my savoir

i removed the gpu and started the pc. shut it down put the gpu back and startet.... Yeah my windows desktop appears biggrin.gif for testing restarted the pc and then again a desktop screen tongue.gif

thank a lot

i will never update the bios again redface.gif

you're the best thumb.gif

Snapky
post #2328 of 6918
Computer crashed during prime95 after few hours with 0.015 so I changed back to 0.025 like you suggested and it has been stable in blend test.

I think I'll run large FFT for 12 hours next as this other forum said I need to pass 12 hours to be considered "gold standard"
Even with improvement on temp now, it was still reading fairly hot, which I'm not too worried as I would never see that sort of temperature reading during real environment like gaming.

I guess my question is will it get even hotter than blend test? I am not comfortable even if it's just for testing.
Edited by Elenion - 8/22/12 at 8:22am
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I guess my question is will it get even hotter than blend test? I am not comfortable even if it's just for testing.
Your about to find out.. tongue.gif
post #2330 of 6918
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Computer crashed during prime95 after few hours with 0.015 so I changed back to 0.025 like you suggested and it has been stable in blend test.
I think I'll run large FFT for 12 hours next as this other forum said I need to pass 12 hours to be considered "gold standard"
Even with improvement on temp now, it was still reading fairly hot, which I'm not too worried as I would never see that sort of temperature reading during real environment like gaming.
I guess my question is will it get even hotter than blend test? I am not comfortable even if it's just for testing.

Blend is the least heat generating unless it is running the large or small fft portions of the test. So you will see the temps lower and higher depending on the test. Large fft's is a bit hotter and gives consistent heat throughout the test. Samll fft's is just like large but is the hottest of all three. If it is just for gaming why not just turn off hyperthreading and save between 6 and 10c off your load temps?
    
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