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Asus P8Z77V-Deluxe Graphics problem

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Hi all,

I hope that it can be the right section, if it is not, I apologize.

As you can see from the thread title I've an Asus P8Z77V-Deluxe which gives me some problems with the graphics.
All the problems are caused by one BIOS setting: the "primary graphics".
I would set the primary graphics to iGPU option, 'cause I need to keep the monitor connected to the motherboard.
If i set it to auto, during the boot, i cannot see the first part of the boot, the bios loading part (so I also can't enter the BIOS), 'cause it displays it on the vga out.
If I set the primary graphics to VGA, i obtain the same problem that I obtain setting it to iGPU.

So, if I set this parameter (the primary graphics) to iGPU or VGA, i run into the following problems:
.1: Virtu MVP doesn't work, I've tried many different version, but all of it doesn't work.
In attachment I've reported the error of the MVP v 2.1.226.
.2: Stand-by doesn't work, it literaly miss the "suspend" option under the ALT+F4 dropdown menu.

instead if I set it to auto, the system works, but i can't enter the BIOS, which i use frequently.

Until two days ago i thought that the problem was the newer version of the BIOS, because until i worked on previous version of BIOS I've no problems; but today I've tried to rollback to the previous version which it gives me the same error.
I've changed 3 VGA (GTX 460, GTX670, GTX770), but I've never changed BIOS settings, since I've this problems, but the problem still remains.
I've never done OC on my platform, but I've already tried (not only 1 time) to clear CMOS, flash the newer version of the BIOS, make a fresh install of the OS, and than install (in this sequence) the latest driver for the Intel Graphics and the NVIDIA GTX, and than install the MVP sw. but I've solved nothing.

So I begin to be quite annoyed by this problems, any idea to Solve?

Thank you very much in advance.cheers.gif

HW specs:
CPU: Intel Core i7 3770K
MB: Asus P8Z77V-Deluxe
RAM: 16GB Corsair Vengeance (running @1600MHz via XMP)
VGA: Zotac GTX 770
OS: Win 8 pro x64
Edited by 917K - 9/11/13 at 11:09am
post #2 of 5
Thread Starter 
Sorry I forgot the attachment
https://www.dropbox.com/s/m2e67aelwllhix5/MVP.jpg
post #3 of 5
Set it all auto and use IGpu multi-monitor mode, if you have the option available there, that's how I got mine working with my GPU and integrated graphics on my p8z77-v LX

Personally, I wouldn't use lucid virtu MVP, it causes problems and does not boost your performance more than the graphics card itself. The program gave me BOSD on boot up and I had to do a system restore.
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post #4 of 5
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Thank you very much for your reply.

As I said, if I set the primary display to "auto", effectively I get the system working, but on the other hand I'll lose the ability to enter into the BIOS (which I use frequently), 'cause the first part of the boot were displayed on the dGPU output, meanwhile my monitor is connected to the motherboard HDMI (and I need to keep connected to this output)....

so any other idea??

Thank you very much again thumb.gif
post #5 of 5
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Solved with the new 2104 BIOS.
THANKS ASUS:D
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