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post #911 of 1879
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Just an update from my issue since nobody seemed to have the answer. I had both nic cards enabled, it seems that having the bigfoot drivers installed even without the killer nic enabled also was giving me trouble with avast. I disabled and uninstalled and seemed to have fixed the problem. Configuration errors I was receiving were still showing up every now and then so I ended up sending the board back for an rma. Hope it helps someone in the same situation.

I don't understand what happened... was it the Killer nic that was the root of the problem or bigfoot drivers? You solved it by disabling which one...?
post #912 of 1879
yea the bigfoot program works even without the bigfoot NIC.

the bigfoot/killer NIC works differently with different ISPs it is very odd, you can search their database and sometimes you find a fix. Like for instance if you have verizon FIOS and you want to play BFBC2 you need to set the game to priority 2 instead of 1 or else you get kicked from the game.

Also disabling app control might not be a bad idea.
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Well, today my motherboard would not POST again, until I reset the CMOS. It gave me the same POST code of 8, which doesn't exist in the manual.

It was overclocked at 4.4GHz (a lazy overclock) for about a week this time before it decided to not POST.

Could my battery be dying and not able to sustain the system when it's off for a long time?

Anyone know what's going on? This isn't a huge problem, but it does waste about 5 minutes of my time.
post #914 of 1879
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Well, today my motherboard would not POST again, until I reset the CMOS. It gave me the same POST code of 8, which doesn't exist in the manual.

It was overclocked at 4.4GHz (a lazy overclock) for about a week this time before it decided to not POST.

Could my battery be dying and not able to sustain the system when it's off for a long time?

Anyone know what's going on? This isn't a huge problem, but it does waste about 5 minutes of my time.

Agh not sure what your poblems are Art as I missed your initial problems. I do know this off hand, well maybe not. Please provide detailed info on you build and whats happening... again... is all I can say ATM...
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Agh not sure what your poblems are Art as I missed your initial problems. I do know this off hand, well maybe not. Please provide detailed info on you build and whats happening... again... is all I can say ATM...
Here's what happens:

I turned on the computer
nothing happened
POST LED said 8 (no second first number, just 8)

I turn the computer on again
It gets to the BIOS loading screen
nothing happens for 5 seconds at the loading screen
It shuts down
this keeps happening

I get annoyed and reset the CMOS
Everything is fine again

I'm really not sure what's going on with this thing. Could it be a bad BIOS flash, or that I never got around to flashing the backup BIOS to the current BIOS version? How do I do that, by the way?
post #916 of 1879
Have you let it loop to see if it will boot?
Maybe there is a sequence of loops it needs to boot for some weird reason
    
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Have you let it loop to see if it will boot?
Maybe there is a sequence of loops it needs to boot for some weird reason
I let it go three times once; the LED said 8 the first one, then it went to the BIOS and shut off twice. I'll try letting it go some more if it happens again.
post #918 of 1879
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Here's what happens:

I turned on the computer
nothing happened
POST LED said 8 (no second first number, just 8)

I turn the computer on again
It gets to the BIOS loading screen
nothing happens for 5 seconds at the loading screen
It shuts down
this keeps happening

I get annoyed and reset the CMOS
Everything is fine again

I'm really not sure what's going on with this thing. Could it be a bad BIOS flash, or that I never got around to flashing the backup BIOS to the current BIOS version? How do I do that, by the way?

Ugh just off hand art on your last part there..wot I would do is update your bios to atleast the latest official bios if not the latest beta bios of F8i (which I use).

To back up your flashed bios to the backup bios, upon reboot press and hold both the ALT & F10 key together then you should enter the mode for it. Also if you should ever need to swap your backup bios to your main bios use CTRL & F10 keys in the same manner. It will swap your backup bios to your main bios and put your main bios to the backup. Clear as mud right?

From my experiance with this board outside of memory problems running @ 4.5 GHz 99.99% of the time you'll need to raise either the vcore or the DVID voltage (whichever your using).

Test 1st with IBT on MAX memory for 5 runs, also pull up a programs such as CPUZ and real temp for monitoring. For 4.5GHz my CPUZ voltage shows around 2.6v to 2.72v, while in my bios its set to about 1.32V, using a droop of high, just as an example. If you can't pass 5 runs @ maximum memory up your voltage. If temps are way to high look to better cooling of lower OC.

Memory type, brand, speed is a diffrent animal. But at the basic speeds of the memory they shouldn't be a problem.
Edited by Conners - 1/28/13 at 8:05pm
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post #919 of 1879
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Ugh just off hand art on your last part there..wot I would do is update your bios to atleast the latest official bios if not the lates beta bios of F8i (which I use).

To back up your flashed bios to the backup bios, upon reboot press and hold both the ALT & F10 key together then you should enter the mode for it. Also if you should ever need to swap your backup bios to your main bios use CTRL & F10 keys in the same manner. It will swap your backup bios to your main bios and put your main bios to the backup. Clear as mud right?

From my experiance with this board outside of memory problems running @ 4.5 GHz 99.99% of the time you'll need to raise either the vcore or the DVID voltage (whichever your using).

Test 1st with IBT on MAX memory for 5 runs, also pull up a programs such as CPUZ and real temp for montering. For 4.5GHz my CPUZ voltage shows around 2.6v to 2.72v, while in my bios its set to about 1.32V, using a droop of high, just as an example. If you can't pass 5 runs @ maximum memory up your voltage. If temps are way to high look to better cooling of lower OC.

Memory type, brand, speed is a diffrent animal. But at the basic speeds of the memory they shouldn't be a problem.
ALT+F10 doesn't work for me; nothing happens. I've already run prime for 8 hours and folding for 40 hours, so I believe that this OC is stable. It also did this once when I was at 4 GHz, so it probably wasn't an issue with the OC.

Could it have been an issue with me setting the LLC to extreme?
post #920 of 1879
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ALT+F10 doesn't work for me; nothing happens. I've already run prime for 8 hours and folding for 40 hours, so I believe that this OC is stable. It also did this once when I was at 4 GHz, so it probably wasn't an issue with the OC.

Could it have been an issue with me setting the LLC to extreme?

ALT F10 has to work.... just not doing it correctly.... UGH LLC to extreme only says hardly any voltage drop if any...

This is wot I am trying to say.... Just because you ran prime for 8 hours and folding for 40 hours doesn't me squat for stability. I still know nothing about your system as far as processor or memory but I can tell you one of the two is your problem... I can prove it in one simple test as stated above. Run it and post the result if you dare!

ADD: I do admit the 2500 & 2600K processors might react diffrently..How I have no experiance with them...but in the end it's all about voltage...
Edited by Conners - 1/28/13 at 8:23pm
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