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2600k code 00 on ASUS Maximus V Extreme z77 , 2500k = BOOT

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Hi guys,


Yesterday i bought an ASUS Maximus V Extreme z77 board. (160 euro, with box , all accesoires)
I placed my 2600k and tried to boot, it gave 00 error no matter what i tried (it worked fine on my asrock p67 pro3 se).

Luckely i had a 2500k around, it booted without a problem on the z77, i placed the 2600k back in my p67 = boot.

So, it must be a software (bios) issue. I asked the seller, he told me the bios was never flashed.

I am checking the asus website, but it claims the 2600k was supported since the same version of bios as the 2500k (0257).
So is the 0257 the release bios, or is it the first update? (there are like 8 bios updates)

Was searching on google, but didn't find anyone with the same issue, but i guess not many people use a 2600k with the most expensive z77, certainly not with the stock bios.

I am not sure what batch the 2600k is, but maybe it is because the 2600k is a rev2?

I am at work, so i can't test a new bios at the moment but would like to be reassured.

What do you guys think?



ps: i bought this board, because the 2600k i recently purchased has alot of potential. 5ghz @ 1.38v stable.
Edited by Thegovahnator - 4/12/17 at 11:13pm
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Perhaps you have to put the 2500K back in and then load the optimized defaults, save, and then shut down and try the 2600K again. I don't know.

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I have no idea what is going on.

I tried the newest BIOS, still same issue, 2600k not recognized, 2500k boots with no errors, but no display on my monitor.

It only booted 2 times with display on my monitor. Must be an issue with being a pci3.0 running pci 2.0 this is bios related for sure!.

The 2 times it did boot , i checked bios and everything looked fine. Reboot = no display. The second time i loaded default settings, reboot = no display!
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Is this a used motherboard? I'm wondering if maybe this is why the seller wanted to get rid of it.

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post #5 of 15
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It is used.

But actually i am quite certain that it would work with a ivy bridge. It doesn't make much sense that it works half with a 2500k , except for the display mostly and not at all with a 2600k.


BTW, he sells the processor and gpu aswell.



And he was working at the moment i went there, his mother invited me in and let me inspect it.
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May be worth something:

There is this option in bios under the 'boot' tab (at least it is on my z68 sigrig). Something about PCI boot rom. I once changed it from Legacy ROM to UEFI. I think I was running a 560ti at the time.
This led to boot failure, similar to yours and was a bit of a pain to reset it back. Can't rember exactly what I did to fix it.

Worth a shot, if you get into bios look for that and make sure its set to Legacy ROM smile.gif
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May be worth something:

There is this option in bios under the 'boot' tab (at least it is on my z68 sigrig). Something about PCI boot rom. I once changed it from Legacy ROM to UEFI. I think I was running a 560ti at the time.
This led to boot failure, similar to yours and was a bit of a pain to reset it back. Can't rember exactly what I did to fix it.

Worth a shot, if you get into bios look for that and make sure its set to Legacy ROM smile.gif


Thx for the info,

I tried with an old amd card, something like 5800 series without pci connectors.
It has display with this card no problem. My gtx 970 works with my other motherboard.


There was a post on another forum about someone using the 2600k with this motherboard, so it should work but i tried it again, it is not recognized at all.

This tried with latest bios aswell.


EDIT: I have to add, that my ln2 is turned off, i tried with it on, and it did gave multiple codes ( initating slowly?) but i turned it off since i was worried to do something wrong, maybe i should try it again and let it do its thing. I read that some people had succes with resetting and then swiching ln2 off and reset again = boot.

Now that i think of it, it not showing 00 at that moment is probably a good thing
Edited by Thegovahnator - 4/14/17 at 1:30am
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post #8 of 15
Check the motherboard manual for what the codes mean, that will help you know whats going on
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I have been long past that stage my friend wink.gif
I assumed everyone knows what it means,
It just means it doesn't recognize the cpu, like there is no cpu in place.
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post #10 of 15
Take the cpu off the motherboard and look closely for bint pins.
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