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save+exit a few seconds powerdown?

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when ever i save and exit bios i get total powerdown for a couple of seconds before switches it self on and boots......i never used to, would save and would pretty much instantly start booting. any theories. ta
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Hmm... mine has always done that. Not sure why it would have started off not doing it and suddenly change, though... Did you change any options that could potentially change that? Like fast boot or something?
    
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no options that im aware of changing, though has only existed since a few biosflashes..though have reverted back to original bios which i didn't experience this with though am now.
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Well, every motherboard I've ever owned has done that. It lets you know straight off if it's going to POST or not, which is step 1 in checking stability. I actually would rather have it do that. I'm positive it isn't hurting anything, though. It may be a minor annoyance, but it won't hurt anything.
    
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Originally Posted by asavage890 View Post
when ever i save and exit bios i get total powerdown for a couple of seconds before switches it self on and boots......i never used to, would save and would pretty much instantly start booting. any theories. ta
the mobo's do that when there was a major change in the bios, like ram timings or a big jump in fsb. atleast the p5b deluxe does
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Most ASUS and ABit board does. I've never owned one that does it though.
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ok so no worries just thought i might have a problem, though probably not...ta all
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