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External Build Asrock Extreme4 Gen3 error

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Alright this is my first build and everything seemed to be going fine. I go to do the first post and run into a debug error of 19. The build then restarts itself. Will continue to do that until I cut the power. I am using a Ivy Bridge i7 3770K and a 16gb kit 4x4gb sticks. I have tried all sticks in the first and 2nd slots seperatly but got the same error. Once in awhile. Twice since i been at it for a few hours now, it will get past the 19 error and go to a 55 error. Which is no memory installed. Obviously I havd the sticks in and correct so not sure whats going on. Anyone been through this or have any advice for me? Would really appreciate it.
post #2 of 8
Sounds like a faulty board. You could RMA the board, and see if the replacement will post.
post #3 of 8
Thread Starter 
Thats what i was thinking but wanted to make sure i wasnt missing something before i go with the RMA.
post #4 of 8
P67 or Z68 model?

For the new Ivy processors like your 3770K, you will need the latest beta L2.0x UEFI flashed to your mobo to get it working right.

P67
ftp://174.142.97.10/bios/1155/P67%20Extreme4%20Gen3(L2.01)ROM.zip

Z68
ftp://174.142.97.10/bios/1155/Z68%20Extreme4%20Gen3(L2.04)ROM.zip



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Is there a way to flash your bios without being able to get to a start screen? Assume I need another processor first?
post #6 of 8
Think you will need to somehow find a Sandy to flash the updated UEFI.

At this point in time when the new Ivy chips are just arriving, anyone getting new but old stock mobos with the older P67/Z68 chipsets may run into this same issue. Getting the new Z77 mobos with stock Ivy savvy UEFI will be more convenient.
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Having the exact same problem, does it need to be a Sandy Bridge to flash the BIOS? The cheapest 1155 CPU I found is $40, a Intel G440. Could I just go ahead and use that to flash my BIOS and then install Sandy Bridge?
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Yeah I got in contact with Asrock and they are sending a new bios chip for free.
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