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Did you create the rapid start partition? For instance say you had 8GB of RAM and using GPT then run diskpart as admin and select the gpt disk.

  • lis dis
  • sel dis (disk number of GPT disk)
  • cre par pri size=8192 id=D3BFE2DE-3DAF-11DF-BA40-E3A556D89593
  • exi

Add alignment to the partition creation if necessary.

Got it working after using the above GUID, obviously had it wrong earlier. But I'm running into some weird issues with sleep in general - it's about 50/50 if it will start or go into boot loop. When it won't start normally I see the CPU LED lit up which is little odd. It double-boots and then restarts ok.
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Just further on the above, I started getting both 133 and 109 BSOD, multiple times a day. Never had those before and as soon as I disabled fast startup they're gone again (this being separate from Rapid Start which had it's own problems for me).

Something not working with those setups. Using normal sleep alone works with no BSOD.
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I tried the Intel Rapid start again and it seems to work now. Software installed and when I click Sleep it shuts down, starts again for a sec or two and then shuts down completely. The issue I have is that when I hit the power button again it starts up and says resuming windows and then takes 42 seconds to get to the desktop thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif

When I do a cold boot it only takes 11 seconds! So I'm wondering what the issue might be!?!?
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I think PSU too and that has screwed bios up .Re zap bios to newest and check with multimeter the standby and main supply under load.
    
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Something not working with those setups.

Sorry to hear of your problems, seems EFI still has a lot of work needed to get it up to speed. It's only been around like 10 years or something lol. I was really hoping things were going to be a lot more solid before the Haswell launch but maybe not frown.gif

Interestingly the older 11.5 RAID EFI BIOS driver has inclusion for 8 series Lynx Point support but 11.6 does not. Not sure what to make of that, nothing probably.
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I'm not sure what to blame, I've been running EFI (or GPT) for a long time.. before Win8. The only real change was updating the EFI ROM and of course disabling CSM once I moved to Win8. I haven't used sleep for a very long time so I don't know if it's just a problem with recent BIOS versions or Win8 or EFI or combination of things. PLL overvolt is off so that's not the issue and Prime and Memtest both run no problems.
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Wish i could offer some help, hopefully you can workaround these problems for now. IIRC there were some sleep issues with the early P67's, even before PLL overvoltage was introduced.

What sort of BIOS post times are you seeing with that set up?

I have CSM disabled too for dual boot W7 / W8 however I notice the legacy Intel video OROM is still loaded and is not used only when ultra fast boot is enabled (Asrock board). Maybe the reason for it is for W7 as that will not get to the DT with ultra fast, also ultra fast disables the keyboard so not very helpful for own my setup.
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I'm not sure what to blame, I've been running EFI (or GPT) for a long time.. before Win8. The only real change was updating the EFI ROM and of course disabling CSM once I moved to Win8. I haven't used sleep for a very long time so I don't know if it's just a problem with recent BIOS versions or Win8 or EFI or combination of things. PLL overvolt is off so that's not the issue and Prime and Memtest both run no problems.

One of the things I noticed was I had to update the intel raid oprom in the asus bios in a different way to when I used GPT-UEFI. I couldnt understand why my system was sluggish and sometime crashing and then I noticed the Satadriver part of the bios was not updating when I updated CSM core. Once I did that there was no more sluggishness or crashing.
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No updates in a while to the thread OP, have there really been no new drivers?
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No updates in a while to the thread OP, have there really been no new drivers?

Was wondering that myself actually
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