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I had the same problem.....reloading the factory bios then re updating them fixed it. It shows up as a memory/timing problem, but I found it to be caused by a corrupted bios file.
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Originally Posted by busa
I had the same problem.....reloading the factory bios then re updating them fixed it. It shows up as a memory/timing problem, but I found it to be caused by a corrupted bios file.
Oh thx for info... Are u sure it was in bios file? Did u try to set timings manually? It is very interesting, corrupted BIOS file. Now u are using same bios version as before? U have redownloaded it?

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