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My latest adventure on my X99-A II. New Windows install. Keeps restarting instead of shutting down. Check power management settings in control panel, try a bunch Windows fixes, reflash BIOS, reinstall Windows again, F5 BIOS defaults, nothing working. redface.gif

So, I hard shutdown PC by holding power button, only way to turn it off, unplug power cord, remove CMOS battery, wait about 30 seconds, put CMOS battery back on, power up, problem solved! biggrin.gif


Try turning off FastStart up under Power Buttons in Settings , this may have been my issue too till i disabled this to make WOL work again...

Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Power Options\System Settings>Power Buttons on left (click change settings not available in blue at the top)

I still get the Reboot #53 Error even with a Clean install of windows last night , and it did not fix my Raid Array Issue either, so I may need to break the Array and rebuild it ? . Windows Event log shows an improper Shutdown , however I am not certain if that is from the Error or from me pushing the reset Button after the Beeping starts.


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First thing I do when I install Windows 10 is disable Fast Start and change my Power Options settings. I even do in a Command Line 'powercfg -h off'. biggrin.gif

It was definitely some kinda bug, soon as I removed CMOS battery and cleared CMOS the issue went away. And I set all the exact same settings in the BIOS and no trouble. Even F5 BIOS defaults and reflashing the BIOS never fixed it until I removed the CMOS battery. aaskull.gif


Ok , I didn't realise you had fixed it from your post, was that with Ezflash or USBFlashback ?

I read disabling Hibernate is supposed to disable Fast Startup too.... there is also the option to do a partial hibernate (hybrid?) now and set the size of the hibernate file smaller . Some have found on space reduced systems Hibernate was disabled by the AU update.

http://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/25151-hiberfile-type-specify-full-reduced-windows-10-a.html


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Always USB Flashback, but like I said even flashing BIOS never fixed it until battery CMOS clear. redface.gif
    
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My latest adventure on my X99-A II. New Windows install. Keeps restarting instead of shutting down. Check power management settings in control panel, try a bunch Windows fixes, reflash BIOS, reinstall Windows again, F5 BIOS defaults, nothing working. redface.gif

So, I hard shutdown PC by holding power button, only way to turn it off, unplug power cord, remove CMOS battery, wait about 30 seconds, put CMOS battery back on, power up, problem solved! biggrin.gif


Try turning off FastStart up under Power Buttons in Settings , this may have been my issue too till i disabled this to make WOL work again...

Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Power Options\System Settings>Power Buttons on left (click change settings not available in blue at the top)

I still get the Reboot #53 Error even with a Clean install of windows last night , and it did not fix my Raid Array Issue either, so I may need to break the Array and rebuild it ? . Windows Event log shows an improper Shutdown , however I am not certain if that is from the Error or from me pushing the reset Button after the Beeping starts.


KB.

First thing I do when I install Windows 10 is disable Fast Start and change my Power Options settings. I even do in a Command Line 'powercfg -h off'. biggrin.gif

It was definitely some kinda bug, soon as I removed CMOS battery and cleared CMOS the issue went away. And I set all the exact same settings in the BIOS and no trouble. Even F5 BIOS defaults and reflashing the BIOS never fixed it until I removed the CMOS battery. aaskull.gif


Ok , I didn't realise you had fixed it from your post, was that with Ezflash or USBFlashback ?

I read disabling Hibernate is supposed to disable Fast Startup too.... there is also the option to do a partial hibernate (hybrid?) now and set the size of the hibernate file smaller . Some have found on space reduced systems Hibernate was disabled by the AU update.

http://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/25151-hiberfile-type-specify-full-reduced-windows-10-a.html


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Always USB Flashback, but like I said even flashing BIOS never fixed it until battery CMOS clear. redface.gif


Yes , just curious as I was under the belief that with USBFlashback that shouldn't be needed but maybe I should try battery removal with my
X99A-II as well, as I can't shake the No Ram warning on about 1/2 my reboots.


I am fairly confident now that the QFAN issues that also restarted recently can back when I re-imaged Win10 from a backup after a failed Update , and that Image was done before AiSuite3 was uninstalled , Over the weekend I found several other references to the same issue of something resetting the CPU QFAN to disabled and it turned out to be AiSuite resetting it intermittently to disabled. I had thought AiSuite was uninstalled and had not noticed the Re-Imaging had brought it back.


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NEW BIOS 1101 X99A II

I wasn't able to get to the Download page for the X99A-II over the Weekend but there is a New Bios this morning , 1101 dated the 30th Sept.

https://www.asus.com/us/Motherboards/X99-A-II/HelpDesk_Download/



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no one shares some feedback on the new 3402 BIOS for X99 mobos?

bumping question. for me it fixed the QFAN error.
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Hi everyone! I'm having an issue where my memory is unstable if I reboot but if I straight boot up from power down it is fine, anyone seen this issue before? I saw that this is the official support thread for this motherboard so here I am.

Here's my setup info:

X99 Deluxe USB 3.1 MB, 5820k at 4568Mhz 45 x 101.5, Corsair Vengance LPX 3200Mhz 4 x 4 running at 3248Mhz. BIOS 3301.

Thank you ahead of time.
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Hi everyone! I'm having an issue where my memory is unstable if I reboot but if I straight boot up from power down it is fine, anyone seen this issue before? I saw that this is the official support thread for this motherboard so here I am.

Here's my setup info:

X99 Deluxe USB 3.1 MB, 5820k at 4568Mhz 45 x 101.5, Corsair Vengance LPX 3200Mhz 4 x 4 running at 3248Mhz. BIOS 3301.

Thank you ahead of time.

Try running it at 3200, weird blck settings like that can cause issues.

Edit: Also you can try previous BIOS, some peeps had issues with 3301.
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Hey guys - what's the general concencous about the Strix x99? I am seeing review after review about this board failing. Was going to use it on my next build but I'm really having second thought.
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Try running it at 3200, weird blck settings like that can cause issues.

Edit: Also you can try previous BIOS, some peeps had issues with 3301.

Yeah that there in lies the issue. I wasn't able to use the 3101 BIOS either and now it doesn't seem like this BIOS works... Really sucks, the people writing these BIOS don't seem to know what they're doing at Asus... Guess I will open another ticket to add to the previous ticket from 4 months ago now.. Thank you for your help sir.
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Hi everyone! I'm having an issue where my memory is unstable if I reboot but if I straight boot up from power down it is fine, anyone seen this issue before? I saw that this is the official support thread for this motherboard so here I am.

Here's my setup info:

X99 Deluxe USB 3.1 MB, 5820k at 4568Mhz 45 x 101.5, Corsair Vengance LPX 3200Mhz 4 x 4 running at 3248Mhz. BIOS 3301.

Thank you ahead of time.

Try running it at 3200, weird blck settings like that can cause issues.

Edit: Also you can try previous BIOS, some peeps had issues with 3301.



Check your Event Viewer for a Kernel Power Error , I am seeing an Error on My X99A II on 1003 about the Firmware changing the Processor's Memory type Range (MTRRs) after a sleep transition (which can relate to performance issues after sleep (according to the error)


Also perhaps at that OC your Voltages need a bit of a re-work on the new Bios?

Perhaps you don't need the new Bios , since you are not running a Broadwell CPU?


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Edited by Kbird - 10/3/16 at 3:02pm
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Yeah that there in lies the issue. I wasn't able to use the 3101 BIOS either and now it doesn't seem like this BIOS works... Really sucks, the people writing these BIOS don't seem to know what they're doing at Asus... Guess I will open another ticket to add to the previous ticket from 4 months ago now.. Thank you for your help sir.

Hello

Try what @KedarWolf suggested and if there are still issues test with stock, default settings. If the issue is no longer present users here will be able to suggest setting to test for stability. If the overclock is the problem a user's inability to tune the overclock is not a valid reason for submitting support tickets.
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