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post #871 of 2014
0903 is out the door. It sucks donkey tail. Not even stable at stock speeds and I've got a fresh load in.

P5E Deluxe BIOS will be flashed tonight.
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post #872 of 2014
I went from the Rampage to the P5E DLX but it seems much more unstable -im going to go back to the rampage personally
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Has anyone had a problem using the USB ports on the P5E after flashing to Rampage?

When using the two USB ports above the ethernet jack I experience problems.

If I connect my G15 keyboard, mouse, or hub it does not get past the POST screen. It seems to just freeze when utilizing USB devices.

In order to boot and use these devices I have to use the USB ports which are next (to the left) to the ethernet jack. When they are connected to these USB ports I can boot without any issues.
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I went from the Rampage to the P5E DLX but it seems much more unstable -im going to go back to the rampage personally
Really? Hmm, I might go with Rampage then. Which Rampage BIOS version is the best (stable) ?

Waiting on USB issue reported by FusionFX is confirmed or not.

Btw, I managed a little better OC (almost nothing), 436MHz (from 435. Edit: 436 wasn't 100% stable), and 5-4-4-12 (before 5-5-5-12).

It seems the BIOS or NB going gay on me (perhaps both).

Gradius
Edited by Gradius - 8/27/08 at 3:38pm
post #875 of 2014
Rampage Formula 0408 BIOS is out !

http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/...rmula-0408.zip

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post #876 of 2014
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Originally Posted by FusionFX View Post
Has anyone had a problem using the USB ports on the P5E after flashing to Rampage?

When using the two USB ports above the ethernet jack I experience problems.

If I connect my G15 keyboard, mouse, or hub it does not get past the POST screen. It seems to just freeze when utilizing USB devices.

In order to boot and use these devices I have to use the USB ports which are next (to the left) to the ethernet jack. When they are connected to these USB ports I can boot without any issues.
i used the RF BIOS for over 2 months and experieced no problems using any of the USB ports.

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I went from the Rampage to the P5E DLX but it seems much more unstable -im going to go back to the rampage personally
I thought the same thing when I went to the P5E Dlx bios too, but it works just as well. I lfound out that Transaction booster plays a big role in stability
Edited by spacegoast - 8/27/08 at 6:56pm
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post #877 of 2014
Tried Rampage BIOS. Still no joy after 435x8 sigh! (I can boot 450x8, but isn't stable on windows, anything >435 = not stable).

Going back to Deluxe 0205.

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post #878 of 2014
Hello,

I'm trying to create the RAID driver disk (ICH9 RAID/AHCI driver) to set up RAID. When I use the MakeDisk, it can't find a floppy - probably because I haven't got one - but it won't find my USB flash drive either, even though Windows finds it and it works as normal. I've tried formatting it as well, with no luck.

What to do?
Is there a way to install the driver on my flash mem. manually (i.e. copy them)?
If I had to guess, I'd copy the files located @ %Drivers%Chipset%DOS%32bit/64bit ?

And if I copy them; will they work, seeing that the driver installer doesn't?
Is there an update for this driver?

- thanks!
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Tried Rampage BIOS. Still no joy after 435x8 sigh! (I can boot 450x8, but isn't stable on windows, anything >435 = not stable).

Going back to Deluxe 0205.

Gradius
List your settings so maybe we can get a better idea of needs adjusting.
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Hello,

I'm trying to create the RAID driver disk (ICH9 RAID/AHCI driver) to set up RAID. When I use the MakeDisk, it can't find a floppy - probably because I haven't got one - but it won't find my USB flash drive either, even though Windows finds it and it works as normal. I've tried formatting it as well, with no luck.

What to do?
Is there a way to install the driver on my flash mem. manually (i.e. copy them)?
If I had to guess, I'd copy the files located @ %Drivers%Chipset%DOS%32bit/64bit ?

And if I copy them; will they work, seeing that the driver installer doesn't?
Is there an update for this driver?

- thanks!
I already did the work for you. I created the floppy, then extracted them and zipped the files. See post #4 in this thread. From there you can download the zip file, copy them to your USB and then use the USB with drivers to "Load Drivers" when installing the OS.

http://www.overclock.net/intel-mothe...ml#post3135454
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