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Yeap works just fine and dandy as expected

http://www.overclock.net/t/1568154/asus-north-america-asus-z170-motherboards-q-a-thread/3010#post_24792450

I rather meant: does it solve any issue? For you? I remember a while ago some people claimed their system to be freezing on USB driver install.
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I rather meant: does it solve any issue? For you? I remember a while ago some people claimed their system to be freezing on USB driver install.

ah, sorry. I haven't had issues and it hasn't brought up new ones.
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@Raja@ASUS: Do you happen to know what the (relatively) slowly (maybe like 3/s) blinking HDD Led during post can be caused by?
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@Raja@ASUS: Do you happen to know what the (relatively) slowly (maybe like 3/s) blinking HDD Led during post can be caused by?

Direct questions like that at your local support

Please don't take this the wrong way, if that's possible - but you're polluting the thread with such inane and trivial questions now that it's making the thread hard to read for others.

There are people who genuinely need help troubleshooting here so please respect that. Thank you
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Direct questions like that at your local support

Please don't take this the wrong way, if that's possible - but you're polluting the thread with such inane and trivial questions now that it's making the thread hard to read for others.

There are people who genuinely need help troubleshooting here so please respect that. Thank you

Got it. The question actually is addressing the very same issue I tried to solve from the beginning. But I understand your point.

@all: Sorry for getting at your nerves.
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Has anyone experienced occasional cases where all USB is dead after Windows startup? Sometimes when I boot to Windows, all of the USB ports (USB2.0, USB3.0 and USB3.1) appear completely dead; nothing works and even the LEDs on peripherals won't light. I have to reset the system to recover, the system is still responsive but I have no input methods. I've never seen it happen during POST or at UEFI (I've always been able to get into UEFI and never seen my keyboard lights off at that stage).

Z170 Pro Gaming, all drivers are up to date, although I am still on BIOS 0803.
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Has anyone experienced occasional cases where all USB is dead after Windows startup? Sometimes when I boot to Windows, all of the USB ports (USB2.0, USB3.0 and USB3.1) appear completely dead; nothing works and even the LEDs on peripherals won't light. I have to reset the system to recover, the system is still responsive but I have no input methods. I've never seen it happen during POST or at UEFI (I've always been able to get into UEFI and never seen my keyboard lights off at that stage).

Z170 Pro Gaming, all drivers are up to date, although I am still on BIOS 0803.

Are you using windows 7? If so is HXCI handoff enabled in the bios?
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@Raja@ASUS: Quick question I just noticed this morning (USA east coast time) that all Z170 bios after 10/30/2015 have been pulled from ASUS support pages...was this done in error or is there some issue we should be aware of? I checked 4 different z170 boards to see.

Or anyone else have any idea?

/edit After checking over on the official ROG forums, it appears an inadvertant change was made to the support pages. When you select your OS it only shows up to 10/30/2015 bios, however if you click OTHER instead of a specific OS, it shows all released bios.
Edited by mtrai - 1/26/16 at 7:45am
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@Raja@ASUS: Quick question I just noticed this morning (USA east coast time) that all Z170 bios after 10/30/2015 have been pulled from ASUS support pages...was this done in error or is there some issue we should be aware of? I checked 4 different z170 boards to see.

Or anyone else have any idea?

/edit After checking over on the official ROG forums, it appears an inadvertant change was made to the support pages. When you select your OS it only shows up to 10/30/2015 bios, however if you click OTHER instead of a specific OS, it shows all released bios.

I'll think of a response for you just as long as you promise not to ask the same question when they reappear on the site.
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That seems to be a local Problem, using ww.asus.de everthing is OK and all Bios files are visible ....
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