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hi !

just to say there's an updated INF file here http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Deta...eng&iid=dc_rss

and just got rid of an at least 30 secs blinking cursor in boot by disabling all oproms in the bios, so im a happy man again

tip of the day: if you got plenty RAM, like lets say 12 or 16 Gb, then this is your thing: a RAMdisk, im using 4 Gb free for temp files, and BWOY it speeds up internetting for one ...
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any one know why my sleep mode isn't working after reinstalling window 7?

every time i put my computer to sleep it wakes up right after 2 min???
you have a USB device waking the computer.

Turn off "allow wake from sleep" for each in the device manager to find the culprit.

most likely your mouse micro-bumping or your NIC.
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you have a USB device waking the computer.

Turn off "allow wake from sleep" for each in the device manager to find the culprit.

most likely your mouse micro-bumping or your NIC.
wow thank you so much I was trying figure out this problem for weeks. My sleep mode is working fine now it was my keyboard causing this issue. REP+
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Hey guys, apologies if this question has already been asked, but there are 186 pages to wade through.

What is the current best received bios update for the original motherboards?(the ones with the defect)

I currently have 1305 and it is pretty stable and have no complaints...however double and sometimes even triple boot is annoying me.

As well as the error screen with failed overclock, even though it is stable, this only happens when the PC is off for a few hours and I turn it on for the first time.(failed overclock screen)

However double boot is my main pet peeve...any fix for that?
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Hey guys, apologies if this question has already been asked, but there are 186 pages to wade through.

What is the current best received bios update for the original motherboards?(the ones with the defect)

I currently have 1305 and it is pretty stable and have no complaints...however double and sometimes even triple boot is annoying me.

As well as the error screen with failed overclock, even though it is stable, this only happens when the PC is off for a few hours and I turn it on for the first time.(failed overclock screen)

However double boot is my main pet peeve...any fix for that?
go to bios option then go to
ADVNACE/ONBOARD DEVICE CONFIGURATION/ DISABLE-Marvell storage OPROM
Edited by fatmario - 5/10/11 at 1:29am
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go to bios option then go to
ADVNACE/ONBOARD DEVICE CONFIGURATION/ DISABLE-Marvell storage OPROM
also make sure you have hot plug turned on for your drives in the bios.
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What does hot plug do? The only thing I did to disable double post was going into Bios to disable the splash logo.
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One problem I have is that my USB isn't recognized in bios EZ flash so I can't update the Bios to the latest version.
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What does hot plug do? The only thing I did to disable double post was going into Bios to disable the splash logo.
Normally, the hotplug feature allows you to eject drives while the system is still running for replacement/swapping.

However, its a known issue that with some newer drives, not having hotplug on interferes with some of more advanced AHCI features and can in some cases cause multi-boot issues/overclock failures.

Its better just to turn it on.
Edited by The Mac - 5/10/11 at 9:06am
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One problem I have is that my USB isn't recognized in bios EZ flash so I can't update the Bios to the latest version.
you must use a fat32 formated stick. NTFS will not work consistantly.
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