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My real question is what about my OEM copy of windows 7? Guess I need to call them about this also?

If you get the exact same board, I don't think you'll have to re-activate Windows.
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I WANT NEW MOBO!!!

this is so awesome i can't believe people are complainning. You get a new board!!! free!!
for those like me who kind of broke your board you get a free one! and you get to reapply your TIM and re adjust fan slots. I wouldn't do those normally cuz i'm fat and lazy.

BMI of 20 is fat right xD?
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If you get the exact same board, I don't think you'll have to re-activate Windows.
It's bound to the serial number on your board. But i think someone mentioned that microsoft are authorised to give you a new OEM key (intel are probably footing the bill)
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Can I use my Sata DVD rom in the Marvell 6g slot?
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If I swap my SSD and HDD over to the light gray SATA ports ( can't remember what number they are ) do I need to do anything in BIOS or in OS? Or will it just recognize them and that's it.

Also the dark blue marvell SATA ports, do i need to enable marvell to use those sata pots for dvd/cd drives?
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Can I use my Sata DVD rom in the Marvell 6g slot?
You could probably use the Intel 3Gb/s ports. HDD/SSD do more I/O intensive tasks which will wear out the ports quicker. I doubt you use your optical drive that much.

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If I swap my SSD and HDD over to the light gray SATA ports ( can't remember what number they are ) do I need to do anything in BIOS or in OS? Or will it just recognize them and that's it.

Also the dark blue marvell SATA ports, do i need to enable marvell to use those sata pots for dvd/cd drives?
You don't need to install or activate anything. I swapped my SSD over and the OS detected everything correctly.

If you disabled the Marvell controller in the BIOS, you will need to enable it. It's enabled by default.
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It's bound to the serial number on your board. But i think someone mentioned that microsoft are authorised to give you a new OEM key (intel are probably footing the bill)
I'm pretty sure the boards don't have any kind of serial number, other than a sticker on the board with the OEM assigned serial number. There is no firmware level serial number, as far as I know.
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Well I hope Asus irons out most of the bugs before the new boards come out am definitely not planning on going through a whole new set of issues.

BTW does anyone plan to ditch their Asus board for another brand? Am seriously thinking of getting the Gigabyte UD4.
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Well I hope Asus irons out most of the bugs before the new boards come out am definitely not planning on going through a whole new set of issues.

BTW does anyone plan to ditch their Asus board for another brand? Am seriously thinking of getting the Gigabyte UD4.
Gigabyte would probably be my second choice as well... but until they get a working UEFI system on their boards I don't want to bother.

Now that I got spoiled by the ASUS UEFI, I have no desire to go back.
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Well I hope Asus irons out most of the bugs before the new boards come out am definitely not planning on going through a whole new set of issues.
BTW does anyone plan to ditch their Asus board for another brand? Am seriously thinking of getting the Gigabyte UD4.
No, but when I RMA my board back I might look to see if I can upgrade the board, and pay the difference.
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Gigabyte would probably be my second choice as well... but until they get a working UEFI system on their boards I don't want to bother.
Now that I got spoiled by the ASUS UEFI, I have no desire to go back.
Agreed 100%. I don't know why honestly it took this long to get something like UEFI.
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