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post #11 of 18
Remove CMOS battery & Try reflashing BIOS?

(You wrote that you reset CMOS.)
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post #12 of 18
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Remove CMOS battery & Try reflashing BIOS?

(You wrote that you reset CMOS.)

I actually haven't tried removing the battery. I thought reseting the CMOS was essentially the same thing. I'll have to give that a shot tomorrow after work.

As for reflashing the BIOS, yes, I have tried that.
post #13 of 18
I can tell you from experience, it is not the same thing as removing the battery. I had something wonky going on with a beta F19e Bios after hitting 4.9GHz on it (bad idea to use beta BIOS for extreme stuff) and couldn't get dynamic V_core at all. Removing the battery and re-flashing BIOS was the only solution to get my V_core below 1.26V.
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post #14 of 18
Does your BIOS show an Intel ME version? If so what is it, if not, then that could be a problem.

Try removing battery, reset cmos, then do a BIOS flashback via USB recovery method and see if that fixes it. If not you might need to use ERALL in order to reprogram everything
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post #15 of 18
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I can tell you from experience, it is not the same thing as removing the battery. I had something wonky going on with a beta F19e Bios after hitting 4.9GHz on it (bad idea to use beta BIOS for extreme stuff) and couldn't get dynamic V_core at all. Removing the battery and re-flashing BIOS was the only solution to get my V_core below 1.26V.

Interesting. Well this at least gives me some hope that it will work. I'm going give it a go after work.
post #16 of 18
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Does your BIOS show an Intel ME version? If so what is it, if not, then that could be a problem.

Try removing battery, reset cmos, then do a BIOS flashback via USB recovery method and see if that fixes it. If not you might need to use ERALL in order to reprogram everything

I'll have to double check on whether or not my bios shows my ME version, but I'm almost sure its up to date. What exactly is ERALL?
post #17 of 18
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Well I tried removing the CMOS battery and reflashing my BIOS. No luck still.

I'm wondering if maybe I should try to completely uninstall the sound card and its drivers, and try reinstalling again. I've already tried once before but maybe I didn't do it correctly?

What are the correct steps I should take in doing this?
post #18 of 18
Have you contacted the mobo/sound card company (ASUS it looks like)? If their own motherboard is not compatible with their motherboard I'd be surprised lol
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