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post #12201 of 17606
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Originally Posted by Kriant View Post

Need help with diagnosing a problem.

On cold boot I get black screen and code 24. I have to restart in order to get signal. Any idea what might be causing this?
Code 24 would mean the OS has loaded. Maybe check your display drivers and the cable being used (DVI?). It may be trying to display a refresh rate your monitor is incapable of.
post #12202 of 17606
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Originally Posted by Kildar View Post

I can't believe they released 1106 before we had a chance to report our findings...

I mean really, who screwed the pouch on this one?
o.0..i am wondering were they released it ? lol ...other then on 1st page stateing it was the latest beta. smile.gif
post #12203 of 17606
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Originally Posted by VMEGAEXV View Post


o.0..i am wondering were they released it ? lol ...other then on 1st page stateing it was the latest beta. smile.gif


it was on the ASUS website for the C6H. Got taken down pretty quick...

post #12204 of 17606
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Originally Posted by dorbot View Post


it was on the ASUS website for the C6H. Got taken down pretty quick...

Its still there under windows 64bit redface.gif

I'll download and flash it, then rage out about Asus this asus that then claim to refuse to purchase any more ASUS products, but in the end i'll cool down and buy asus products anyway.
post #12205 of 17606
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Originally Posted by Reikoji View Post


Its still there under windows 64bit redface.gif


lol, ok.

post #12206 of 17606
An update on the TridentZ RGBs - It looks like any software that reads the SMBus could be interfering with G. Skill's Sotware. It looks like the software write the SMBus to change the RGB Color information, and in the process may corrupt bytes that are being read by another application (e.g. CPU-Z, HWiNFO or even Thaiphoon Burner). There doesn't bee a solution to "fix" these bytes without buying a premium version of Thaiphoon Burner. I would love to see someone find a solution.

This is what a corrupt stick looks like:


I seem to be moderately saved. It doesn't look like I have corrupted my sticks too badly, and it seems like just the model name and manufacturer have been corrupted. Problem is this might have some unseen consequences.
post #12207 of 17606
Latest bios is garbage - can't downgrade. Won't save settings and default back to stock ones. Ugh
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G.Skill F4-3200C15D-32GTZ  G. Skill l F4-3200C15D-32GTZ WD Caviar Black 1T Sata III Samsung F3 
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SAMSUNG 850 EVO 2.5" 500GB SATA III PNY 128gb SSD boot DVD-RW  MCP655-B + EX360 (push) + Xtreme Nova 1080 (p... 
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post #12208 of 17606
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Originally Posted by Secret Dragoon View Post

An update on the TridentZ RGBs - It looks like any software that reads the SMBus could be interfering with G. Skill's Sotware. It looks like the software write the SMBus to change the RGB Color information, and in the process may corrupt bytes that are being read by another application (e.g. CPU-Z, HWiNFO or even Thaiphoon Burner). There doesn't bee a solution to "fix" these bytes without buying a premium version of Thaiphoon Burner. I would love to see someone find a solution.

This is what a corrupt stick looks like:


I seem to be moderately saved. It doesn't look like I have corrupted my sticks too badly, and it seems like just the model name and manufacturer have been corrupted. Problem is this might have some unseen consequences.
At this point yours looks far better than mine did. Thaiphoon Burner seems very inexpensive for a fix. Mine seemed to be progressively getting worse.
post #12209 of 17606
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Originally Posted by Secret Dragoon View Post

An update on the TridentZ RGBs - It looks like any software that reads the SMBus could be interfering with G. Skill's Sotware. It looks like the software write the SMBus to change the RGB Color information, and in the process may corrupt bytes that are being read by another application (e.g. CPU-Z, HWiNFO or even Thaiphoon Burner). There doesn't bee a solution to "fix" these bytes without buying a premium version of Thaiphoon Burner. I would love to see someone find a solution.

This is what a corrupt stick looks like:


I seem to be moderately saved. It doesn't look like I have corrupted my sticks too badly, and it seems like just the model name and manufacturer have been corrupted. Problem is this might have some unseen consequences.


Yeah, we covered that a few days ago. Thaiphoon saved my ram.

 

This was my "good" stick. God knows how knackerd the one other one was.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1624603/rog-crosshair-vi-overclocking-thread/11840_20#post_26050212

post #12210 of 17606
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Originally Posted by Kriant View Post

Latest bios is garbage - can't downgrade. Won't save settings and default back to stock ones. Ugh

Sorry that you had troubles, but to say you cannot downgrade is just plain wrong. Simply use the Flashback method.
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