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post #2011 of 3633
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i tried to clear the cmos by taking out the battery and putting it in again. I honestly dont know what to do ive tried everything that i know how to do.

I went a number of rounds with my board with a similar issue and was about to throw in the towel when I decided to connect an HDMI cable to the onboard video and remove the video card. It booted right up. I cleared the CMOS a bajillion times, removed the CMOS battery, tried everything I could think of and nothing worked. As soon as the video card was out and the onboard video was connected, it booted right up. I have no idea why it worked but it did. I set the BIOS to defaults, turned it off, put my video card back in, and was able to POST without issue.
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For those of you with "AD" which also looks like A0 reading out on your boards as opposed to the temps, a fresh reinstall fixed the issue. I actually returned my first board because MSI tech support suggested the temp sensor was possibly messed up. The second board did the same thing. I decided at random to reinstall win 7 and the temp came right up on the board first boot up. Been happy sailing since then at 4.4 GHz on water. I need to get pics of my rig for everyone.

Hope that helps.
post #2013 of 3633
Double post.
post #2014 of 3633
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yeah only the blue bios was the one i can boot from, but now i cant even boot up at all from either one. I cant even get to the bios screen computer just starts up and shuts down then keeps doing this every 10 seconds. I guess i got to RMA the product now...

FWIW, I had almost the exact same problem during my build yesterday - in my case it was user error. Switching my ram from slots 1&3 to 2&4 fixed it completely....
post #2015 of 3633
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You should be able to get a POST screen & get into the BIOS with no OS installed.
Check the debug LED & see what post codes are coming up, the monitor should kick on just after the b2, if it is stopping before that it is a different issue.
Never hurts to try a regular monitor with a dvi or vga cable as well.

Also, for the Mpower mainboard users with an msi gpu, the MSI 3dmark challenge begins tomorrow!
http://www.hwbot.org/news/9023_msi_3dmark_challenge_competition/

What would the "different issue" be? I found one post on the msi forums saying that if it hangs on b2 its bad pins on the motherboard that aren't making contact with the cpu. I did a post test and the screen had green and black lines now I can't even recreate that I get no signal at all.
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post #2016 of 3633
Does anyone know why this message is displayed?



I get it when I plug in a USB 3.0 thumb drive to the USB 3.0 front panel connector on my case, which is connected to the USB 3.0 header on my MPower board. I've installed all the usb drivers for the board I can find...
post #2017 of 3633
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What would the "different issue" be? I found one post on the msi forums saying that if it hangs on b2 its bad pins on the motherboard that aren't making contact with the cpu. I did a post test and the screen had green and black lines now I can't even recreate that I get no signal at all.

I was thinking if it stopped at a different post code, it would be a different issue.
I haven't had the mpower hang at b2 before (can stop for a second on cold boot, but doesn't hang), I've had a 680 in where the mpower did not like the gpu bios, it would just go right past b2 into windows with the monitor never turning on. Used a different bios & it worked fine after that.
Not sure how to help, never hurts to try the 2nd pci-e slot to make sure it isn't a slot issue, or try a different gpu if you have one. If the slot is good & a different card works, it might just not like the card/bios, if another card doesn't get signal as well, then the msi forums might be right with a cpu/socket issue.
    
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I actually forgot to mention that was using the on-board graphics via hdmi. So many problems with this board mad.gif
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Does anyone know why this message is displayed?



I get it when I plug in a USB 3.0 thumb drive to the USB 3.0 front panel connector on my case, which is connected to the USB 3.0 header on my MPower board. I've installed all the usb drivers for the board I can find...


Are you sure your case USB port is 3.0?
Did you connect your USB thumb drive to the correct USB port?
Did you connect the USB 3.0 to the USB 3.0 header on the motherboard not to a USB 2.0?
What is your case model number /name?
What is the USB thumb drive model number/name
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Are you sure your case USB port is 3.0?
Did you connect your USB thumb drive to the correct USB port?
Did you connect the USB 3.0 to the USB 3.0 header on the motherboard not to a USB 2.0?
What is your case model number /name?
What is the USB thumb drive model number/name

1 - Yes (The two front panel USB ports are 3.0 only)

2 - Yes (See above)

3 - Yes (The USB 3.0 port on the MB and the cable for the front panel USB 3.0 are unique)

4 - Corsair 500R

5 - Patriot Memory Supersonic Xpress 3.0 USB 32GB Flash Drive (PSF32GXPUSB)

To test the USB thumb drive I plugged it in to all of the USB 3.0 ports on the back of the MPower I/O panel.
Three of the USB 3.0 ports gave no error, but the other three showed the same message pictured above.

I pulled all drivers for the MB from the MSI site prior to my build so that I have the most recent versions available there.
I even uninstalled all of the USB devices through device manager and then re-installed them in case any of the driver files were corrupted somehow. Besides installing/updating Win7 64bit and Google Chrome, there are no other programs on the PC. There are also no warnings in device manager.
I have yet to install any of the MSI MPower utilities - could that be a source of my USB 3.0 problems?

Lastly, I looked at the BIOS settings for any USB options that might affect the USB 3.0 ports, but I didn't find anything obvious there.
Edited by Angus6619 - 2/7/13 at 6:41am
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