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post #1271 of 1288
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Originally Posted by Aparition View Post

If the iGPU won't even boot normally for video that would mean it could be either the CPU, Motherboard, or PSU.
Considering the iGPU on boot would take very little power I would then rule out the PSU and unless you are significantly overclocking the CPU, the CPU is pretty tough, I would then suspect the motherboard.

Easy to diagnose if you have some extra hardware to swap in and test though.

Old reply, but turned out the card was dead. Tried it it multiple PCIE lanes, different cables, different ports on the PSU, did a PSU self-test (AXI1200), bought a new card and it works fine.
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Deleted. Bug Fixed.
Edited by GoldenboyXD - 9/1/14 at 12:36am
post #1273 of 1288
Hello there.
I have MB P8Z77-V and recently in my MB all USB 2 connections died.
I can't figure out why. I have update previous version BIOS (2003). Doesn't work. USB 2 still died.
I installed the BIOS by default. Nothing.
During starting the computer can't see USB 2 devices which I connected (flashdrive, CD-drive with usb connection and etc,.)
Windows 7 can't see USB 2 connection. In Device manager there are only USB 3 connections.
USB 3 connections work fine.
1. Is it possible that USB 2 connections died in my MB but the rest of system is OK?

Thank you.
post #1274 of 1288
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Originally Posted by desoto View Post

Hello there.
I have MB P8Z77-V and recently in my MB all USB 2 connections died.
I can't figure out why. I have update previous version BIOS (2003). Doesn't work. USB 2 still died.
I installed the BIOS by default. Nothing.
During starting the computer can't see USB 2 devices which I connected (flashdrive, CD-drive with usb connection and etc,.)
Windows 7 can't see USB 2 connection. In Device manager there are only USB 3 connections.
USB 3 connections work fine.
1. Is it possible that USB 2 connections died in my MB but the rest of system is OK?

Thank you.
I guess it could be, but first try this , as it has helped others with flaky USB ports .
Turn off system , pull PSU cord from wall .
Let set for while (like 10min -1hr) , also hit power button with cord not plugged in . (you could also pull battery/clear cmos ) .
The plug system back and power up and see if USB is there .
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post #1275 of 1288
Thank you for your advice. But still USB 2 is not working. I had to buy PCI USB 2. Now I have USB 2 connections through PCI.
It's very strange that broken USB 2 is not affect to the rest system cause they are all (USB 3, SATA, etc.) come from one chip.
post #1276 of 1288
hello smile.gif

For Asus p8z77-VLX mobo in the op post i find this chipset driver: Intel INF Driver: 9.4.0.1017

is working with win 7(x64)?
post #1277 of 1288
i suggest using the driver update utility on intel's site:
https://downloadcenter.intel.com/default.aspx?lang=eng
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Hi guys,
I was wondering if it is possible to upgrade the 802.11n Wi-Fi Go! card that came with my Z77-V Deluxe with a 802.11AC Wi-Fi Go! card like the one the Z87/Z97/X79 has. I see a couple on EBay.

I tried asking this question of ASUS "Tech Support" twice and kept getting unhelpful responses like...
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I would recommend installing any PCI Express drivers, that you can find in the list below ( Page 4 ):
http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/LGA1155/P8Z77-V_DELUXE/P8Z77-V-DELUXE_Device_QVL.pdf>

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Talking f the wifi go card, i disabled mine in AI suite as it just didn't work (i had the antenna in), and I really don't need it.

However in task manager I still see wifigo server.

This takes up RAM/CPU + boot time. How can i disable it more than erm, disabling it?

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Welp, my first P8Z77-V died about a month ago or so, RMA'd it and asus sent me what seems to be a pretty dang close to a brand new board.. so far so good! biggrin.gif
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