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Poll Results: Do you prefer the new OCN?

 
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post #1311 of 6462
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Originally Posted by turrican9 View Post
Do not read it. You will only be very, very puzzled and probably sick I have given up for now. However, I might try that modded bios KingT linked to.

Still, I'm fine at 3.83GHz with 8GB RAM. So I'm not unhappy.
Ram issues are usually random thing and can't be pinned down easily..

Try that BIOS:

1. in BIOS load setup defaults,

2. save with F10

3. put USB drive(with a BIOS file) into USB port before system powers up

4. power up

5. reboot to BIOS and use EZ flash utility with USB drive with BIOS file on it..

That's the fastest way..

There's also AFUDOS utility procedure but you need a bootable USB for that..

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Originally Posted by KingT View Post
Ram issues are usually random thing and can't be pinned down easily..

Try that BIOS:

1. in BIOS load setup defaults,

2. save with F10

3. put USB drive(with a BIOS file) into USB port before system powers up

4. power up

5. reboot to BIOS and use EZ flash utility with USB drive with BIOS file on it..

That's the fastest way..

There's also AFUDOS utility procedure but you need a bootable USB for that..

CHEERS..
Lol... I have already flashed the bios on this motherboard alone, probably 10 times. And did it with the Asus Update Windows utility I I know what you are gonna say now

But thank you for that suggestion I Have probably flashed several hundred times since the mid 90s... both motherboard and VGA bioses... Just one time I had a bad flash... Around the millenia with a Abit Socket A motherboard, If I remember correctly.. Used a beta bios. Board would not boot. Tried to hot flash, but ended up installing bios chip the wrong way in the socket, and burned it Had to order a new bios chip and all was well
    
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Lol... I have already flashed the bios on this motherboard alone, probably 10 times. And did it with the Asus Update Windows utility I I know what you are gonna say now

But thank you for that suggestion I Have probably flashed several hundred times since the mid 90s... both motherboard and VGA bioses... Just one time I had a bad flash... Around the millenia with a Abit Socket A motherboard, If I remember correctly.. Used a beta bios. Board would not boot. Tried to hot flash, but ended up installing bios chip the wrong way in the socket, and burned it Had to order a new bios chip and all was well
I know that

I was posting it more for other users that might need it at some point..

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KingT,

So do you know what differences there is between the modded bios you linked to and the regular Ket's bios?
    
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KingT,

So do you know what differences there is between the modded bios you linked to and the regular Ket's bios?
Check THIS THREAD..

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Check THIS THREAD..

CHEERS..
Okey so you linked to the 0602 bios modded by Ket and 'new intel RST by me and jmicron new driver by mrosen'

In other words, it will not help me. And I've downloaded that bios with the new jmicron and Intel RST before I belive.. At least I have tried Ket's bios with modded memtable.

I believe I have also tried the modded 0401 bios... However, we will see.. Maybe Ket's bios will work better if using my new discovery by lowering RAM Volts. Could not get it IBT stable though...
    
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Okey so you linked to the 0602 bios modded by Ket and 'new intel RST by me and jmicron new driver by mrosen'

In other words, it will not help me. And I've downloaded that bios with the new jmicron and Intel RST before I belive.. At least I have tried Ket's bios with modded memtable.

I believe I have also tried the modded 0401 bios... However, we will see.. Maybe Ket's bios will work better if using my new discovery by lowering RAM Volts. Could not get it IBT stable though...
I would still reflash it anyway..

I had some cold boot problems occuring after BIOS flashing that didn't want to go away,have tried everything,changing RAM,clearing CMOS and nothing has helped..

Then I've reflashed mobo with the same BIOS and that cold boot thing has never occured again..

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I would still reflash it anyway..

I had some cold boot problems occuring after BIOS flashing that didn't want to go away,have tried everything,changing RAM,clearing CMOS and nothing has helped..

Then I've reflashed mobo with the same BIOS and that cold boot thing has never occured again..

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Okey, I'm just wating for the guys at mydigital life to mod that bios with the Asus SLIC
    
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Okey. I have that modded bios with Asus SLIC 2.1 now Will probably try it tomorrow
    
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Then mark the whole link and click on the color you want to apply..

Use preview option to see changes before you apply them..

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[FONT="Arial"][SIZE="3"][B][I][THREAD=773046][COLOR="Blue"]**Official  ASUS P5Q PRO Turbo/PRO/Turbo Owners  Club**[/COLOR][/THREAD][/I][/B][/SIZE][/FONT] 

Copy this in your sig and if you want to change color just erase [/COLOR] and [COLOR="Blue"] ,then mark **Official ASUS P5Q PRO Turbo/PRO/Turbo Owners Club** and click on colors and chose color that you want..

For size just erase 3 in [SIZE="3"] and put number that you want..

CHEERS..
That explains part of it for me. I've been using the [URL=along with the link & the [/URL] I never have used the thread command or operation before. However how do I do the others when there is no thread number & it's just a link itself? Such as the validation link?
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