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Working as a charm! smile.gif

Thank you Neon Lights smile.gif If you in any day visit Glasgow in Scotland you have beer smile.gif (or tea or whatever biggrin.gif )

Yeah mayne.

Here is the post by Baasha: http://www.overclock.net/t/1289956/asrock-x79-extreme-11-owners-issues-hopefully-fixes/1100_100#post_23147544
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Yeah mayne.

Here is the post by Baasha: http://www.overclock.net/t/1289956/asrock-x79-extreme-11-owners-issues-hopefully-fixes/1100_100#post_23147544

My fault was I try to find anything with Code 62 - and forget to search any issue with new gpu in pc smile.gif also I seen that LSI link speed but I think it was for LSI Raid cont. only. smile.gif

Now I just need to keep some old graphic card for future I update bios or for any other reason put it again in Factory Default Settings tongue.gif
post #1153 of 1199
I have a problem with shutdown PC.
It does not shutdown completely. Showing shutting, then screen black and PC does not shutdown never.

My config:
Asrock X79 Extreme 11
Windows 10 Pro x64
NVIDIA GeForce 980Ti G1
32GB RAM
Samsung 950 PRO M.2 512GB

This issue appears when I uncheck quick boot in energy settings. Checked it, always shutdown, but with this, I can not do Wake On LAN.
2 years ago with this problem, I changed RAM, SSD SATA in RAID0, data storage in RAID10..... since Windows 8, Windows 8.1 to Windows 10. Always same.

I don't know what else do to resolve this problem. I want to do WOL. Only works when I restart the PC and then shutodwn it. This method always works.

Any help please?
PD: Sorry for my bad English

Thanks!!
Edited by ErJavis - 5/18/16 at 12:11am
post #1154 of 1199
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Originally Posted by ErJavis View Post

I have a problem with shutdown PC.
It does not shutdown completely. Showing shutting, then screen black and PC does not shutdown never.

My config:
Asrock X79 Extreme 11
Windows 10 Pro x64
NVIDIA GeForce 980Ti G1
32GB RAM
Samsung 950 PRO M.2 512GB

This issue appears when I uncheck quick boot in energy settings. Checked it, always shutdown, but with this, I can not do Wake On LAN.
2 years ago with this problem, I changed RAM, SSD SATA in RAID0, data storage in RAID10..... since Windows 8, Windows 8.1 to Windows 10. Always same.

I don't know what else do to resolve this problem. I want to do WOL. Only works when I restart the PC and then shutodwn it. This method always works.

Any help please?
PD: Sorry for my bad English

Thanks!!

Want to make sure I understand your situation correctly. Sounds like:
1) You need wake on LAN to work
2) when quick boot is checked in BIOS, shutdown is fine
3) when quick boot is UNchecked in BIOS, machine would not shutdown properly
4) BUT (when quick boot is UNchecked in BIOS), without trying to shutdown first, machine would restart properly and if you do restart once? then it would shutdown properly?

Without going into troubleshooting mode, I suggest you to look at the Intel VT setting in BIOS, is it on or off?

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Want to make sure I understand your situation correctly. Sounds like:
1) You need wake on LAN to work
2) when quick boot is checked in BIOS, shutdown is fine
3) when quick boot is UNchecked in BIOS, machine would not shutdown properly
4) BUT (when quick boot is UNchecked in BIOS), without trying to shutdown first, machine would restart properly and if you do restart once? then it would shutdown properly?

Without going into troubleshooting mode, I suggest you to look at the Intel VT setting in BIOS, is it on or off?

Cheers,

1) Correct
2) No, when quick boot is checked in Windows
3) When quick boot is unchecked in Windows, not shutdown properly.
4) In Windows, yes, correct.

I have reset BIOS and I had trying this 2 weeks. Only change PCI power on ENABLED. Whit this, PC not shutdown properly. If I disable it, PC shutdown correctly alwalys. I don't understand nothing.

Help!! :_(
post #1156 of 1199
Hi guys, I have a very good offer on this montherboard and I'm thinking on going with it. Though I found this topic and it looks like quite a few people had some complex issues.

I'd like to use it in my part workstation part gaming machine setup and I was pretty sure that it was a jack of all trades for both of them, but some things I've read here clearly bother me and I'm not sure whether I should pass on it.

First of all i'm really not convinced about the PLX chips, specially after reading about the dude a few pages ago that had performance going down with SLI and needing a reboot. Anyone else with this same problem? Cause I'd like to go to either a 980 ti SLI or a Fury X CF and this seriously bugs me.... Don't even know if and how it will happen with single gpu but with other cards. Maybe it was just some sort of throttling due to temperatures but maybe not.
Can one or both PLX be eventually disabled to have the cards interface directly with the cpu?

I see a lot of issues with the LSI controller too. Considering everything, it really might be that everything under there overheats.

Any other problems and/or bios issues I should look for? What's the best bios version laying around? Also, how does overclocking go on this board? Thanks a lot guys thumb.gif

PS: last but not least important question: any idea on how's the compatibility with various ECC memory models? I was thinking of getting 4x8gb of the Crucial 1866mhz one, or eventually Samsung.
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Is anyone on here upgrading and looking to sell their motherboard? Mine died and I'm looking for a replacement.
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Is anyone on here upgrading and looking to sell their motherboard? Mine died and I'm looking for a replacement.

How did it die exactly? If you're really fond of it you could get it repaired depending on what it's to be replaced
     
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Already went that route. The board is not repairable. I had it sent out for repairs and after replacing different components on the motherboard including the Northbridge when they turned it on the Northbridge chip fried itself again. They don't know why so they just can't fix it. I have everything I need to put it together but if the board is gone then I would need to buy a new board,CPU.and DDR4 memory. I don't have the budget to go that route.
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1) Correct
2) No, when quick boot is checked in Windows
3) When quick boot is unchecked in Windows, not shutdown properly.
4) In Windows, yes, correct.

I have reset BIOS and I had trying this 2 weeks. Only change PCI power on ENABLED. Whit this, PC not shutdown properly. If I disable it, PC shutdown correctly alwalys. I don't understand nothing.

Help!! :_(

Very late reply. Not sure if you still need help. Been very busy & lazy in the past few months. I don't use UEFI and quick boot so can't provide you with much help. Perhaps you can read more about Fast Startup in Windows... http://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/4189-fast-startup-turn-off-windows-10-a.html

What I noticed is this Fast Startup is not applied when you restart. It only applies when cold booting. From what you explained it sounds like machine would shutdown fine with PCI Power (BIOS) + Fast Boot (WINDOWS) DISABLED.

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