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Maximus IV Gene-z not recognizing Ceton InfiniTV 4

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I posted this in the HTPC section earlier, but I feel like it is more of a motherboard specific issue, so I'm posting here now.

I received an InfiniTV 4, for Christmas and was not able to get it working. When I first installed it, the led's blinked as they should, but upon the first reboot, the card stopped working. I was unable to get it to work after that, so Ceton decided to send me a replacement card. I put it in the other day, and still no cigar. I went to my dad's store and popped it in one of his new HP windows 8 machines, and it started blinking first try. I have tried unplugging everything, resetting my cmos to all default settings, using only integrated graphics, while testing the card in all of my pcie slots and I still can't get it to do anything on this machine. Is there anything I might be missing here? Thanks for the help. I would also like to make a shout out for Ceton tech support - amazing service, as they were able to respond faster than I was most of the time, and processed the RMA almost immediately thumb.gif

Thanks in advance
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Bump. I'm feeling like my only option here is to get a new board.... thumbsdownsmileyanim.gif
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You can try to update BIOS; otherwise, report incompatibility to Asus. Nothing else you can do.
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You can try to update BIOS; otherwise, report incompatibility to Asus. Nothing else you can do.

Hmmm... alright. Other weird issue is that if I use any of the newer BIOS versions (the newer ones are ivy bridge compatible), then it won't post with my gpu in. I'll see what Asus has to say.
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