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post #2391 of 6919
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Originally Posted by motherfo View Post

Hey Han,
How come you set the multiplier in that section of the bios? Why not just the turbo on the front page?
Ty

I experienced some strange thing where the setting would not hold once. and tried setting it there instead and it worked.. That is what happened to me .. Dont know if others had it happen but since then i just made a habit of using that for setting the multiplier..Just is my method is all.. smile.gif
post #2392 of 6919
I am putting my build together, and today I finally tried my first boot. The case fans, CPU cooler, video card all power up, but I am getting a red led on the boot Device led. I have my blank ssd hooked up via the sata 6gb cableb and it's plugged into the brown sata port on the mobo. I get absolutely nothing on my monitor. Any help?

Thanks,
Chris
post #2393 of 6919
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Originally Posted by cwaters425 View Post

I am putting my build together, and today I finally tried my first boot. The case fans, CPU cooler, video card all power up, but I am getting a red led on the boot Device led. I have my blank ssd hooked up via the sata 6gb cableb and it's plugged into the brown sata port on the mobo. I get absolutely nothing on my monitor. Any help?
Thanks,
Chris

Can you see the Bios? How are you going load your Operating Sys? You will have to Boot from that device..Like say A cd rom or USB or where ever you have Your OP SYS.
Edited by Hanoverfist - 8/27/12 at 4:40pm
post #2394 of 6919
No I can't see anything in the bios. This was my first boot to make sure everything would pass the post test. My case doesn't have a speaker so I can t determine if there are any error beeps. All the case fans, CPU cooler, DVD drive and video card are running but I get no video on the screen and have the boot device led that is red
post #2395 of 6919
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Originally Posted by cwaters425 View Post

No I can't see anything in the bios. This was my first boot to make sure everything would pass the post test. My case doesn't have a speaker so I can t determine if there are any error beeps. All the case fans, CPU cooler, DVD drive and video card are running but I get no video on the screen and have the boot device led that is red
Ah .. ok... pull the video card and cycle the power to the board.. then reinstall the card and see what happens... If that doesnt work ,, if you have room try the second pci e slot to see if that works .. If you have another system downoad the latest bios and install via the USB flashback method explained on page 2-43 in the manual.. Extract the download to a usb drive then rename the file Z77ST.CAP and follow the directions.. The nice thing about this method is you dont need a monitor or anything running.. just power your psu then thats it..you should only have the green led lit on the board
post #2396 of 6919
Ok, thanks. When I get back to work tomorrow I will pull my 680 and see what heppens. I will also try a different pic-e slot and if that doesn't work I will thy the bios flash. I hope it's an easy fix, I don't really want to have to mess with this
post #2397 of 6919
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Originally Posted by cwaters425 View Post

Ok, thanks. When I get back to work tomorrow I will pull my 680 and see what heppens. I will also try a different pic-e slot and if that doesn't work I will thy the bios flash. I hope it's an easy fix, I don't really want to have to mess with this
There was an Issue with 680 hang on UEFI driver that has been fixed in newer bios releases.. Try 1504 the latest... smile.gif

SABERTOOTH Z77 BIOS 1403
1.Improve compatibility with Windows 8 OS.
2.Improve system stability.
3.Enhance compatibility with some USB devices.
4. Fixed Nvidia GTX 680 hang when runing with UEFI driver.
5.Support new CPUs. Please refer to our website at: http://support.asus.com/cpusupport/cpusupport.aspx?SLanguage=en-us
post #2398 of 6919
You think I should just try the bios flash first and see if that fixes it?
post #2399 of 6919
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Originally Posted by cwaters425 View Post

You think I should just try the bios flash first and see if that fixes it?
Thats what im thinking.. Its super easy and i have had no problems thru 3 flashes with this method.. Its a Blind flash but works well.. Just remember power to the board ONLY..DON'T hit your power on button. And have that Bios File in the Root of the USB drive. And rename the file Z77ST.CAP... tongue.gif
post #2400 of 6919
Hi guys i have 2 evga gtx 670s in 2 way sli

I just wanted to know if there is any bios setting i need to change to mybe give the card better proformce.

thanks




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