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Originally Posted by onedollarinmywallet;13227814 
Has anyone found a working solution to the "double ASUS splash screen" POST issue yet?

Motherboard is a P8P67 PRO with the 1502 BIOS and running i7-2600K (not overclocked). The Marvell 6Gbps SATA ports are disabled in the BIOS. I have a pair of Hitachi 1TB HDDs in RAID1 on the Intel 6 Gbps SATA ports. The regular Intel 3 Gbps SATA ports have an Intel SSD and an ASUS DVD+R drives connected.

On power up (whether cold or warm), it will show the following:

ASUS splash screen
Marvell controller boot hard drive screen (~1 second)
ASUS splash screen
Intel controller boot hard drive screen
Windows 7 loads

I've tried the APM workaround by enabling Boot on PCI-E that has been mentioned but that doesn't seem to work.

Thanks!

Your Marvel controller can't be disabled if you are seeing the "splash" screen, as if it is disabled, it doesn't load the Option ROM. Double check your settings.

The double ASUS screen is because of the Intel Storage ROM. If you weren't set up with RAID, you would only see the ASUS screen once.

I think what you are actually seeing is (with the exception of the Marvel OPROM)

The ASUS screen (can't do anything here Mobo going through POST test)>Intel RST OPROM (closes)>ASUS screen appears again (delete gets you into UEFI).

You only see the ASUS screen twice because the Intel Raid screen appears, otherwise it would be a single ASUS screen straight to windows load.

I have the same thing, but I do use the Marvel Controller (7 drives - 1-optical on the Marvel), but I have the Marvel and JMicron OPROMs disabled, so I don't have to see that extra "splash/flash" screen. But the ASUS screen shows twice. It's normal.
Edited by xandypx - 4/22/11 at 3:51pm
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Problem.
So today I wanted to do a suicide run, but unfortunately after POST it gives me CPU overvoltage error! How to get rid of that thing?
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Problem.
So today I wanted to do a suicide run, but unfortunately after POST it gives me CPU overvoltage error! How to get rid of that thing?

a clear CMOS should reset the BIOS to defaults.
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When will the new bios??? may already have the beta?
no news from Asus?
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Your Marvel controller can't be disabled if you are seeing the "splash" screen, as if it is disabled, it doesn't load the Option ROM. Double check your settings.

The double ASUS screen is because of the Intel Storage ROM. If you weren't set up with RAID, you would only see the ASUS screen once.

I think what you are actually seeing is (with the exception of the Marvel OPROM)

The ASUS screen (can't do anything here Mobo going through POST test)>Intel RST OPROM (closes)>ASUS screen appears again (delete gets you into UEFI).

You only see the ASUS screen twice because the Intel Raid screen appears, otherwise it would be a single ASUS screen straight to windows load.

I have the same thing, but I do use the Marvel Controller (7 drives - 1-optical on the Marvel), but I have the Marvel and JMicron OPROMs disabled, so I don't have to see that extra "splash/flash" screen. But the ASUS screen shows twice. It's normal.

My bad. I wrote the wrong item on the POST screen (see item in bold below). doh.gif

I went back and double checked my BIOS and here's what I have:

Marvell Storage Controller - Disabled
JMB Storage Controller - Enabled
JMB Storage OPROM - Enabled
Display OptionRom in POST - Enabled

I don't have anything installed on the Marvel 6Gbps SATA ports hence they're disabled. The two 1TB hard drives are connected on the Intel 6Gbps SATA ports and my SSD and DVD burner are on the regular Intel 3 Gbps SATA ports.

This time, on POST, I quickly hit the Pause key on each screen and here are the order of the screens displayed:

1. ASUS splash screen
2. JMicron Technology Corp - PCI Express to SATAII HOST Controller ROM v1.07.23 (says no hard drives detected)
2. Asus splash screen (briefly, <1 sec or less)
3. Intel RAPID Storage Technology - Option ROM - 10.1.0.1008 (shows my 2 HDDs and 1 SSD)
4. ASUS splash screen
5. Starting Windows..

I assume this is all normal then?

What exactly is the JMicro Technology page? Does that have to do with the JMB storage controller and storage ROM options? I think I've read somewhere it has to do with the eSATA ports on the back of the motherboard? If then I assume something like a Thermaltake BlacX external SATA dock would plug in to this?
Edited by onedollarinmywallet - 4/23/11 at 7:43pm
post #1746 of 3000
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Originally Posted by onedollarinmywallet;13248281 
My bad. I wrote the wrong item on the POST screen (see item in bold below). doh.gif

I went back and double checked my BIOS and here's what I have:

Marvell Storage Controller - Disabled
JMB Storage Controller - Enabled
JMB Storage OPROM - Enabled
Display OptionRom in POST - Enabled

I don't have anything installed on the Marvel 6Gbps SATA ports hence they're disabled. The two 1TB hard drives are connected on the Intel 6Gbps SATA ports and my SSD and DVD burner are on the regular Intel 3 Gbps SATA ports.

This time, on POST, I quickly hit the Pause key on each screen and here are the order of the screens displayed:

1. ASUS splash screen
2. JMicron Technology Corp - PCI Express to SATAII HOST Controller ROM v1.07.23 (says no hard drives detected)
2. Asus splash screen (briefly, <1 sec or less)
3. Intel RAPID Storage Technology - Option ROM - 10.1.0.1008 (shows my 2 HDDs and 1 SSD)
4. ASUS splash screen
5. Starting Windows..

I assume this is all normal then?

What exactly is the JMicro Technology page? Does that have to do with the JMB storage controller and storage ROM options? I think I've read somewhere it has to do with the eSATA ports on the back of the motherboard? If then I assume something like a Thermaltake BlacX external SATA dock would plug in to this?

yep.. that would seem about right.

The JMicron controller is as you said for the e-SATA ports both on the back, and the connector mid board that you would connect to your front panel if your case has an e-SATA up front.

if you have nothing plugged into the e-SATA, you can leave the ports enabled, and disable the OPROM (The JMB OPROM, for the JMicon controller). The ports will work if you plug something into them, but you won't get the pop-up at POST.

You can plug external HDD, docking stations... ect into the eSATA ports.

Basically as I indicated in my original post, the ASUS POST Screen (what the UEFI calls "Display OptionRom in POST") screen is actually only showing once... It is all the other OPROMS poping over it that make it seem as if it is appearing and disappearing.
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Hello

What is the best bois for p8p67 deluxe ?
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Hello

What is the best bois for p8p67 deluxe ?
Always latest stable.
Sometimes the beta is better, though.
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Always latest stable.
Sometimes the beta is better, though.

I noticed that the 1505 is up on the first page but it's not on the Asus site. Where are you guys getting these from? I'm new to Asus stuff, so I'm not aware if there is a beta bios section of their site, or if this is from hwbot/other site? I know with MSI stuff, they had a developer release beta bios files on their forums with a quick rundown of fixes relevant to that update. Is this the case with Asus bios files?

I trust the folks here, but I'd still rather ask first, flash later. wink.gif
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Yes, they are released by an ASUS rep on some forum. I believe [H] gets them smile.gif
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