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Asrock Z77 Extreme4-M will NOT boot with IGPU Multi-Monitor enabled, just crashes after bios flash screen and repeats infinitely.

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Title says it all. I need the IGPU Multi-Monitor option enabled so i can use Lucid Virtu (whatever your opinion is on the program, it doesn't matter to me as i know what i need it for!)

I try boot up with it enabled and the main graphics device as PCI-E as Lucid Virtu in D-Mode requires, however it just flashes the bios screen, followed by a flashing "_" (without commas), and then it crashes and repeats over and over. I tried going to an older BIOS but the problem still existed. Any ideas? frown.gif Bought this motherboard purely for this feature alone!

Thanks!

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Hello ,
Is your onboard graphics enabled?
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Setting it to IGPU Multi-Monitor technically enables the onboard GPU, while i set the primary device to PCI-E (my 660 Ti). I've tried taking it out and running straight off the onboard-GPU, but to no avail.
    
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Even if it technically enables it, I make sure in BIOS its set that way. I ran across this as well;

http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/motherboards/2011/05/13/what-is-the-intel-z68-chipset/3

I notice there talking about a BSOD during setup in this as well. Might help.
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I've tried it with only onboard GPU with/without the multi-monitor enabled and it still fails to boot properly. Tried it on two monitors now and still won't work! frown.gif
    
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Originally Posted by icanhasburgers View Post

I've tried it with only onboard GPU with/without the multi-monitor enabled and it still fails to boot properly. Tried it on two monitors now and still won't work! frown.gif

Do you see the BIOS screen on both monitors when you do try to boot?
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When i set to multi-monitor and the main device is my 660Ti it does not display on the screen that is hooked to the motherboard connections for the IGPU. Like i said it shows the asrock flash screen fine, then pauses and restarts (crashes, basically). and repeats over and over
    
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One of the possibilities is that iGPU is dead, but there is no way to confirm until you try a different CPU/mobo.
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One of the possibilities is that iGPU is dead, but there is no way to confirm until you try a different CPU/mobo.

Friend of mine on here said the same thing.. i will go absolutely mental if that is the case. I have a P67 motherboard that works, however they don't support the iGPU, so i'll never know. FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU
    
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