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as said many times before, only if you experience problems
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post #1743 of 2766
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Originally Posted by Classif13d View Post

Maybe this is what you are looking for.

1.Turn OFF the computer and unplug the power cord.
2.Move the jumper cap from pins 1-2 (default) to pins 2-3. Keep the cap on pins 2-3 for about 5-10 seconds, then move the cap back to pins 1-2.
3.Plug the power cord and turn ON the computer.
4.Hold down the Del key during the boot process and enter BIOS setup to re-enter data.

(Chapter 1.2, page 1-28 of the user manual.)

Ouch .... I thought the Hero was equipped with the Clear CMOS button on the back panel like the other RoG Boards....checked the manual tho and didn't see it listed frown.gif
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post #1744 of 2766
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Originally Posted by JackNaylorPE View Post

Ouch .... I thought the Hero was equipped with the Clear CMOS button on the back panel like the other RoG Boards....checked the manual tho and didn't see it listed frown.gif

Yeah, it has the bios update button but I don't think that clears CMOS. Still, the jumper is the way to go in this case.
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post #1745 of 2766
Hello,
I wished that you register me in "Of Owner Club" of Official-Asus-Maximus-VI-Hero-owners-and-overclocking-club, please



thanks
Edited by BaByBlue69 - 3/25/14 at 4:20pm
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post #1746 of 2766
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Hello,
I wished that you register me in "Of Owner Club" of Official-Asus-Maximus-VI-Hero-owners-and-overclocking-club, please

thanks
    
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need a little help please. Some error codes on first fire up.
BIOS VERSION 1301 out of the box


hardware connected to this mobo (just set up on a table with mobo on its box, nothing in a case yet, testing to verify everything works before building):
4770k
gpu
gskill 2x8 1866 snipers. slots A1 and B1
optical drive
Samsung EVO (fresh out of the box)
CPU cooler

I get into bios and all hardware is identified. RAM does show 1333Mhz for some reason.

Error codes: A2, and boot device led lights up.
Also, I did hit the memtest button and the result was OK. I got a message to save those settings in bios, which i did not. Now, the memtest led is blinking.

Note: first time i tried to boot, i saw a message on the screen of a CPU FAN ERROR, press F1 to enter setup. The fan on the cooler was running just fine. At the time, I did have both CPU fan and CPU fan Optional connections used for two fans on a radiatior which I have since moved and am now using only the CPU fan header.


Anyone have any insight on how to get these errors resolved?
Edited by MaKe OuT - 3/14/14 at 6:12am
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post #1748 of 2766
Quote:
Originally Posted by MaKe OuT View Post

need a little help please. Some error codes on first fire up.
BIOS VERSION 1301 out of the box


hardware connected to this mobo (just set up on a table with mobo on its box, nothing in a case yet, testing to verify everything works before building):
4770k
gpu
gskill 2x8 1866 snipers. slots A1 and B1
optical drive
Samsung EVO (fresh out of the box)
CPU cooler

I get into bios and all hardware is identified. RAM does show 1333Mhz for some reason.

Error codes: A2, and boot device led lights up.
Also, I did hit the memtest button and the result was OK. I got a message to save those settings in bios, which i did not. Now, the memtest led is blinking.


Anyone have any insight on how to get these errors resolved?

What does the manual say regarding the A2 code?
post #1749 of 2766
IDE DETECT


whatever that means. I am searching through the ASUS forum right now and seeing some folks had similar issues, I am still reading to find a solution.

edit: found out the fan error is because default fan monitor minimum is 600rpm and this fan is PWM and low range is 500rpm. no biggie. That was the least of my problems. Still need to resolve everything else.
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post #1750 of 2766
There is a 1402 BIOS released by Asus. Someone posted on the rog forums that it made his system less stable. Be interesting to hear from anyone here that tries it.
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