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I have a visa debit. It sort-of works the same, i just have money in my account and when i spend some it gets deducted. I'll see if it works and try again. I might have to go for option 3 actually. WTH am i going to do without my computer for a week while my new one is posted?
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How did you select your board type but not motherboard? I have to pick workstation but it automatically selects the type...
Other way around. Select Motherboard, and then input your serial number.

when that's done, go to the dropdown and select your actual board model.
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is there any benefit in flashing to this 1302 beta from 1204? or should i just wait for official 1302? the only real issue im having is that my monitor isn't starting back up from sleep mode, and i can't disable bluetooth.
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is there any benefit in flashing to this 1302 beta from 1204? or should i just wait for official 1302? the only real issue im having is that my monitor isn't starting back up from sleep mode, and i can't disable bluetooth.
I guess it couldn't hurt but if you're not having any major issues, I wouldn't bother.

For me, I like to test things out. Being able to toggle bluetooth is a big plus for me.
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I am having an issue with bluetooth. After a fresh install of Windows7 bluetooth radios are detected correctly in the device manager. But after a failed overclocking attempt the bluetooth radio shows up as an unknown device in the device manager, no matter what I do I cannot get the bluetooth out of this state. If I re-install Windows then it works as long as it doesn't BSOD during use.

Anyone having this issue?
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is there any benefit in flashing to this 1302 beta from 1204? or should i just wait for official 1302? the only real issue im having is that my monitor isn't starting back up from sleep mode, and i can't disable bluetooth.
I'm still having the same monitor issue with 1302. If you're not desperate to disable BT, you may as wait until 1304.
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If you follow that link and read through the last few pages people are having issues with the new bios...I'm stilling running 1053 fine I'll stick with that for now.
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I'm still having the same monitor issue with 1302. If you're not desperate to disable BT, you may as wait until 1304.
that sounds like a plan
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Other way around. Select Motherboard, and then input your serial number.

when that's done, go to the dropdown and select your actual board model.
I tried that but couldn't since I have to select Workstations instead of motherboards..
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