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If you haven't installed the driver you should try that. I didn't install any on mine but I'm running Windows 8, no idea what you're running.
I installed i think all of the drivers.... i ran the disc first and then downloaded the latest drivers and installed those... still nothing happening when i plug anything into the usb 3.0 ports... im trying to get a solid answer quick because i can return it tonight to frys... thanks.
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I installed i think all of the drivers.... i ran the disc first and then downloaded the latest drivers and installed those... still nothing happening when i plug anything into the usb 3.0 ports... im trying to get a solid answer quick because i can return it tonight to frys... thanks.

Hmm.. Nothing works plugged in right? USB 2 or 3, neither work. If that's the case I'd get a new one if you could. I assume the USB devices work on other computers?
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post #2273 of 3634
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hey guys i just installed this board last night and none of the usb 3.0 ports are working on the rear panel...my case 3.0,s are working so i am assuming this means i have to return the board? or is their something i need to enable in bios?

so i plugged in an external hard drive and its led comes on but nothing else happens. i dont even hear the hard drive spin up.... could this be a windows driver issue?

I had the same problem with mine until I updated the BIOS. After updating the bios mine worked perfectly!
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Hello!

I just started to use the Mpower, and I'm happy with it until recently, when it figured out "Hey, lets go into a boot-loop and stop on debug code 72"
This only happens on bios A, B is working fine (except that ugly green light beside the bios chip xD)

Does anyone have any idea what may cause the issue, and furthermore (and most importantly) does anyone have any suggestions about how to fix it? redface.gif
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Hello!

I just started to use the Mpower, and I'm happy with it until recently, when it figured out "Hey, lets go into a boot-loop and stop on debug code 72"
This only happens on bios A, B is working fine (except that ugly green light beside the bios chip xD)

Does anyone have any idea what may cause the issue, and furthermore (and most importantly) does anyone have any suggestions about how to fix it? redface.gif

Isn't '72 code ram issues?
Do a full CMOS/Bios reset ... cord unplugged, battery removed and jumper shorted

Then Load optimum defaults, then see what it does... if no go then maybe bios corruption? it wasn't flashed just before?
Edited by Tyreman - 3/10/13 at 12:38pm
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Hammer, be sure to check that the RAM voltage is set correctly. On my second board i found the boot loop to be my RAM voltage was set to auto and I had set the timing to XMP. I had to manually set voltage to 1.65.
hope tht helps.

Also, to those that posted the link to MSI little USB BIOS utility, ty. It fixed my issues. I now have 2 correctly imaged BIOS.
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I have important question.
My CPU phase LEDs not blinking at all (LED7 and LED8). I'm worried. Sometimes I got DrMOS alarm red led (not pulse, but blinking all time). It happens, when I manually change CPU voltage or Ratio in UEFI and starts blinking with first CPU stress action.
Why my CPU phase LED7 and LED8 are not blinking?
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Is this good enough to get me in the club?
Have a 3750 in it. Best I can do on auto is 4.4 @ 79c (IBT). I can manage to get it to 4.5 (stable) on manual voltage of 1.24 @ 82c. I've had it all the way to 1.3v and can't get 4.6 stable, not willing to push it any father. At that voltage, the temps are at 89c. This is with a Corsair H80i running in quite mode. I have another 3750 I de-lidded yesterday. As soon as my tim shows up. I'll give that one a try, but it wasn't as good as the one I'm currently using at over clocking.
Edited by Littlejoe - 3/10/13 at 4:51pm
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so i got the usb ports working with the drivers...for some reason the drivers update page at msi i first went to did not show the 2 usb drivers in the list...i found a link elsewhere that took me to the page showing all the same updates including the 2 usb drivers...all is well now and running very nice..this thing is good!
Edited by ibleedspeed - 3/11/13 at 4:26am
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I had to give up on this board. It sets subtimings too tight for memory which is the cause of many of the 55 LED code boot errors.
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