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Originally Posted by Tadaa View Post
I did, but I couldn't figure out what the exact problem with it was. Why would anyone get 'stuck' with it when you can simply flash back to F9 or any other version?
Just a recommendation, no offence: if you want answers, at least do some work/research. Anyone who has gotten anywhere has done so: usually a great deal.

Anyway, the best answer came from Serge (imo).


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Originally Posted by andressergio View Post
yes mate and sadly it's true if you keep pushing as i do you will end on troubles, to get rid of F10e you need to flash first to F10f and and at post hit ALT + F12 and will ask if you wanna make main bios as backup and you say yes...

Then you go back to any bios you want, but no matter if you use Qflash or Flashspi you still have F10e as backup...

Im runing F10b as i like it very much and my backup is F10f now...

Some ppl reported that ALT + F12 dont work but worked for me its just that you have to try many times till ALT + F12 are take as a combo key if not it will end takin only F12 and showing the boot options...

Cheers
Sergio
I used this method to get back to f10b when I was pushing it and the results were worthwhile. Take note and apply mate...
Edited by Jus'Chillin' - 10/6/09 at 11:44am
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Just a recommendation, no offence: if you want answers, at least do some work/research. Anyone who has gotten anywhere has done so: usually a great deal.

Anyway, the best answer came from Serge (imo).




I used this method to get back to f10b when I was pushing it and the results were worthwhile. Take note and apply mate...
thanks mate
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On that note, has anyone had a workaround for all the language .bin files loaded in the user temp folder whenever the Realtek Sound Effect Manager is loaded? I remember the same thing from years ago with a Gigabyte board and it was annoying then as it is (to me) now. Still works without it running, but annoying nonetheless.

BTW - I use a great start-up program that allows you to avoid it and many other things. It also allows you to put start-up programs in the HKLM, HKCU, Common (not recommended - registry editing tools wipe out the entries when running msconfig etc) or delete temporarily, permanently or whatever takes your fancy.

Anywayyyyy, it's highly recommended: Startup Control Panel from:

http://www.mlin.net/StartupCPL.shtml

And, if you want an easy way to run msconfig for installing programs cleanly, benching or whatever, just pin it to your Start Menu. Very handy.
...
On XP, I use a batch file to clean user temp folder every shutdown (works for restarts too). Run Group Policy (gpedit.msc), Computer Configuration, Windows Settings, Scripts, Shutdown, browse for the batch file. The file itself contains lines like this:
DEL /F /S /Q "C:\\Documents and Settings\\User\\Local Settings\\Temp\\*.BIN"
Dunno if 7 has this feature since I don't use it yet, but I think it should. Other 7 user may know of this.
IIRC, those BIN files are generated from a service, not from startup entries. Look up any Realtek service and change it from auto to manual/disabled.
I myself use Sysinternals Autoruns to disable/remove unwanted startup stuff. I used to only need Spybot to do that for XP32, but Spybot can't properly see the startup entries on XP64.
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thanks mate


Most welcome Serge. Credit should always be given when it's due

Isn't that right denny...

That's right, it'll stop when you're toast ( that or my rig anyway)...
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post #7105 of 21186
Might as well ask this here as well:

I've got a GA-EP45-UD3P v1.6 and a Q9650 which will not boot. It powers on for a second, then resets continuously. I know the board is fine, because I can boot a single core Celeron, and I know the CPU is fine, because it will boot in my GA-P35-DS4


I've:
-Upgraded the BIOS from FB to FDa
-Tried multiple memory types/configurations
-Tried multiple different PSUs

Any thoughts/ideas?
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Originally Posted by EekTheCat View Post
On XP, I use a batch file to clean user temp folder every shutdown (works for restarts too). Run Group Policy (gpedit.msc), Computer Configuration, Windows Settings, Scripts, Shutdown, browse for the batch file. The file itself contains lines like this:
DEL /F /S /Q "C:\\Documents and Settings\\User\\Local Settings\\Temp\\*.BIN"
Dunno if 7 has this feature since I don't use it yet, but I think it should. Other 7 user may know of this.
IIRC, those BIN files are generated from a service, not from startup entries. Look up any Realtek service and change it from auto to manual/disabled.
I myself use Sysinternals Autoruns to disable/remove unwanted startup stuff. I used to only need Spybot to do that for XP32, but Spybot can't properly see the startup entries on XP64.
LOL - Nice to see someone editing with a spell-check reason. Exactly what I did when I joined. Great to see writing articulation in combination with time-saving short-hand.

Thanks for that; the same could be done with CCleaner, but I do like to have control of what temp files are kept until rebooting and it's just plain lazy to have those files included in the Realtek Batch imo. I think I found an install source that only contains the language specific files in the batch, but haven't had the time or the inclination to explain myself to.... oh, woops, I thought I was doing a monologue

I use Autoruns too; I just find the Startup Control Panel much faster/easier. Each to their own hey...

One other program to mention in case anyone is interested is 'MSConfig Cleanup'. Ever deleted a program and no amount of reg cleaners would get rid of them completely? Often rebound loops sometimes attached to a Malware source. Seen frustratingly by a blank entry that returns no matter how many times you delete it and/or try to find it.

Simply use:
http://www.get-in-control.com/msconfig-cleanup/
and delete the entry. Done and dusted...

Happy to break you in. First rep for your efforts
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Might as well ask this here as well:

I've got a GA-EP45-UD3P v1.6 and a Q9650 which will not boot. It powers on for a second, then resets continuously. I know the board is fine, because I can boot a single core Celeron, and I know the CPU is fine, because it will boot in my GA-P35-DS4


I've:
-Upgraded the BIOS from FB to FDa
-Tried multiple memory types/configurations
-Tried multiple different PSUs

Any thoughts/ideas?
How did you update the BIOS? Have you tried to re-flash provided you're doing so safely?

What settings are you using?

Did you reformat with the Q and U together?
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How did you update the BIOS? Have you tried to re-flash provided you're doing so safely?

What settings are you using?

Did you reformat with the Q and U together?
-I flashed the BIOS using the Celeron, just the once. It booted fine and showed the correct BIOS version
-I'm using the optimized settings. Once I flashed, I loaded the option from the BIOS as it's always suggested after an upgrade
-I don't understand the question. What's the Q and U? As for reformating, I'm not even running any drives. I've got the system at bare minimum for troubleshooting
post #7109 of 21186
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-I flashed the BIOS using the Celeron, just the once. It booted fine and showed the correct BIOS version
-I'm using the optimized settings. Once I flashed, I loaded the option from the BIOS as it's always suggested after an upgrade
-I don't understand the question. What's the Q and U? As for reformating, I'm not even running any drives. I've got the system at bare minimum for troubleshooting

So, process of elimination and keep in mind this great little tiger does seem to have some quirks here and there, so best go by the book - at first anyway.

Given what you have said, I would flash the BIOS with the 'Q'9650 and 'U'D3P together with a hard drive.

Why troubleshoot if you haven't found any trouble installing the normal way? There are a number of ways to flash the BIOS. I'm guessing you're using Q-Flash, but whatever method you use, it's very important to Load Optimized Defaults, then set your RAM frequency etc and other settings esp loading support for your keyboard and mouse.

Or as denny puts it;


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Originally Posted by dennyb View Post
The BIOS settings on this board are very picky.
Try this---load Optimum Defaults--Set PCIe to 100--Set ram timings-- set DRAM voltage--go to Integrated Peripherals-enable all USB settings(they are at the bottom of the page)--go to Advanced BIOS Features,init display-select PEG
also the boot order will need attention
This is part of the BIOS update and if it won't boot, I'm guessing it's not updating...
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Given what you have said, I would flash the BIOS with the 'Q'9650 and 'U'D3P together with a hard drive.
I think you misread my post. When I said it powers on for a second, I mean it literally powers on for a second. No POST, no Windows. There is no getting into the BIOS with the Q9650, let alone getting to install Windows

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Why troubleshoot if you haven't found any trouble installing the normal way?
Ummm, I have found trouble. I can't boot

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Originally Posted by $SpEEdFreAk$ View Post
t's very important to Load Optimized Defaults
I did that. It's even in what you quoted. I think you're confused

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Originally Posted by $SpEEdFreAk$ View Post
This is part of the BIOS update and if it won't boot, I'm guessing it's not updating...
As I said, it did update. The BIOS shows FDa as the version
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