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post #571 of 2533
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Originally Posted by akromatic View Post

well you can ether select the graphics output via bios. auto would default to PCIe else you can use lucid

There is no auto my friend
post #572 of 2533
Ouch, try a BIOS reset, if that doesn't work - time to start taking pieces out and adding them back in one at a time to see if you can post and boot.
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Just transfered my mobo/rig into my bitfenix prodigy case, can't get passed this screen on bios post. What do?
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Reset the bios. Can you access the bios?
post #574 of 2533
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Reset the bios. Can you access the bios?

Yeah, able to access the bios. After further investigation it seemed when I had my mouse and keyboard plugged in(both USB), I couldn't go into bios post. :/

Now I have to remove them before I turn on my computer so I can boot into windows. >_>
     
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post #575 of 2533
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Yeah, able to access the bios. After further investigation it seemed when I had my mouse and keyboard plugged in(both USB), I couldn't go into bios post. :/
Now I have to remove them before I turn on my computer so I can boot into windows. >_>

Yeah, i had that problem before, but not with this board
post #576 of 2533
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Yeah, able to access the bios. After further investigation it seemed when I had my mouse and keyboard plugged in(both USB), I couldn't go into bios post. :/
Now I have to remove them before I turn on my computer so I can boot into windows. >_>

that means the mobo is trying to access the keyboard/ mouse as a boot drive, which its obviously not,
Usually mobo's confuse this when you leave a USB stick plugged in.

I believe you can fix this by changing the boot order/ boot from USB option.
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post #577 of 2533
Flashed bios version 1.10 and I'm able to boot normally with mouse and keyboard plugged in through USB. On another note my Prodigy's USB 3.0 ports on the side panel don't recognize any device that gets plugged into it. :/

Windows see's that something is plugged into the port but can't recognize the device.
     
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post #578 of 2533
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Originally Posted by ghostrider85 View Post

There is no auto my friend

i guess it varies from board to board then. but i use onboard option and have it auto select via lucid
post #579 of 2533
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i guess it varies from board to board then. but i use onboard option and have it auto select via lucid

we're talking about BIOS settings man, lucid software does a different thing.
Edited by ghostrider85 - 10/20/12 at 1:39am
post #580 of 2533
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we're talking about BIOS settings man, lucid software does a different thing.

indeed. BIOS has a few options to select graphics output and some has the auto select where it defaults to PCIe. In the asrock's case there is only 2 options.

I'm just stating that I use the onboard option in the bios with lucid overlay in windows for switchable graphics
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