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post #11 of 21
i know how to solve the problem you start your pc and after it shows the rams and hdd you press F8 and then you set your HDD primary boot to boot from and this is how you will have a normal boot no more hang up it hangs up because the pc searches for other boot devices some devices are in front of your hdd in the boot options
Edited by fonzye - 1/18/09 at 6:59pm
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OK FIRST - if its like my PRO you can go advanced (I think) option in bios and then the USB section of that menu - what does it say?

O and just a thought - whats your SB voltage set to? and have you oc'd?

I have not OC'd at all. This issue happened from the moment I first installed the board with all settings defaul. All I ever changed was disabling Express Gateway and removing the full screen logo option so I can see what's happening at POST. The really weird thing about this is it happens every other time. I'll boot up, it hangs. I power down, restart it boots fine. Turn off computer, turn it back on it hangs. Power off and it restarts just fine. So odd.


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i know how to solve the problem you start your pc and after it shows the rams and hdd you press F8 and then you set your HDD primary boot to boot from and this is how you will have a normal boot no more hang up it hangs up because the pc searches for other boot devices some devices are in front of your hdd in the boot options
The system hangs before it even initializes the keyboard so I can't press anything, can't even get into the BIOS unless I power down and restart.
post #13 of 21
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Well I've tried switching the internal USB connectors around. I've tried leaving them unplugged completely. I've tried booting with no USB devices connected. I've updated the BIOS, cleared the CMOS multiple times, and made sure all internal cables are connected properly. No matter what I've tried, the system still hangs every other time. I just don't get it. I'm ready to RMA this thing it's really pissing me off.
post #14 of 21
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No one has had any experience with this issue?
post #15 of 21
Do you have anything hooked up to your USB headers? If so try disconnecting them and booting.
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Do you have anything hooked up to your USB headers? If so try disconnecting them and booting.
I've tried booting with nothing plugged in except a PS2 keyboard and with all internal USB connections (those attached to the board) disconnected. Same thing happens.
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I was afraid this was gonna be a problem that was very rare.
post #18 of 21
Did you try with a P/S2 keyboard?

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Try a barebones boot.... CPU, heatsink, RAM, video card, and PSU only.

This issue might be caused by something like an IDE or floppy drive.
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Try a barebones boot.... CPU, heatsink, RAM, video card, and PSU only.

This issue might be caused by something like an IDE or floppy drive.
Well I've tried booting with nothing plugged in except for the PS2 keyboard and the Sata HDD and Sata DVD Drive. But I will try with nothing but what you said.

One quick note, I had tried installing an all in one Floppy/Media Card reader that failed to work and the OS would never recognize the card slots. I wonder if that could have caused some kind of a short.
Edited by PuffinMyLye - 1/20/09 at 9:12am
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