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Just had a quick question... when I went to download the realtek drivers I noticed that they said the drivers could have been customized by the motherboard manufacturer and I should grab those. Does it really matter?
Get them from Realtek. The ones provided by Asus are old and probably will cause more headache.

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That fixed it thanks a lot!
No problem.
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My CPU fan (Scythe S-Flex 120mm 1600rpm) keeps spinning at 100% no matter what setting. Am I the only one with this problem?
Try changing the cpu fan type from AC to DC in the bios or fan xpert worked for me on my board.

Edit: +Rep SimpleTech great thread.
Edited by ShaCanX - 1/13/11 at 12:24pm
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Gotta love how no one reads. The clear cmos fix has been mentioned mulltiple times. Maybe it should be put in bold on the first post with driver information?
    
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Geeze I was set on getting one of these boards over the UD4 before reading this thread lol. Are there problems like these with the gigabyte boards as well?
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Try changing the cpu fan type from AC to DC in the bios or fan xpert worked for me on my board.
Where is that option in fan xpert?
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Yeeesssss!!! Just received my ups tracking # my P67 pro is en route

Actually have an older board ATM (in sig) and had that same issue with that fan but my fan control app is Q-fan and there is an option for ac/dc fan check the bios.
Edited by ShaCanX - 1/13/11 at 12:31pm
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Gotta love how no one reads. The clear cmos fix has been mentioned mulltiple times. Maybe it should be put in bold on the first post with driver information?
Added. Thanks.

Also updated and includes numerous files (manuals, utilities, etc.) for several boards. If you're having issues with AI Suite II, try using the one I linked. The timestamp is from yesterday.
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By double boot loop, do you mean how it flashes the asus bios screen twice? Or does your pc turn off then back on? If it is the latter, clear the cmos with the jumper.

But the fact that it flashes the bios screen two-three times is rather annoying... Adds a good 5-10 seconds to boot.
yeah it flashes the bios screen twice. i tried disabling the marvel controller, but then it doesnt post to windows, says something like no os dectected.
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Sorry to ask this again...To all P8P67 owners, what CPU fan are you using? 3 or 4 pin? Can you set the speed of the fan?
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Gotta love how no one reads. The clear cmos fix has been mentioned mulltiple times. Maybe it should be put in bold on the first post with driver information?
actually the proper fix should be update your bios to the beta one and do clear cmos, because people are still reporting cold boot issues
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