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post #2531 of 3000
the deluxe has button clear-cmos on the back io shield. no need to muck about with jumpers or batteries.

just stick a ballpoint pen or a paper clip in there and hold it for 30 seconds...
Edited by The Mac - 11/4/11 at 12:13pm
post #2532 of 3000
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Originally Posted by SimpleTech;15570436 
Basically, yes.

After shutting down the computer, remove the power cord. Hold the power button down for 10 seconds. Then remove the CMOS battery and move the jumper cap from pins 1-2 (default) to pins 2-3. Keep the cap on pins 2-3 for about 5–10 seconds, then move the cap back to pins 1-2.



Though I would recommend at least 5 minutes to be sure.

Doing that wouldn't reset the settings in the UEFI for my P8Z68-V motherboard. I was expecting that the settings aren't saved by doing this but it seems that the motherboard has a "Auto Recover" settings feature that kicks in upon booting the system. Is this normal?


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post #2533 of 3000
thats odd. never seen that.

can you delete the saved profiles in the bios 1st? perhaps that will help.
post #2534 of 3000
Quote:
Originally Posted by The Mac View Post
thats odd. never seen that.

can you delete the saved profiles in the bios 1st? perhaps that will help.
There are no "saved profiles" in my settings. It just seems that the motherboard has a recover settings feature called CPR (CPU Parameter Recall) that is kicking in after resetting with the jumper? AFAIK, CPR should only kick in when you have failed overclocking settings.
post #2535 of 3000
What's the word on the new 2001 BIOS? Better stability for anyone? Better OC or lower vcore? Thanks.
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post #2536 of 3000
for my deluxe, yes...much more stable..and sleep works better (still not perfect)
post #2537 of 3000
Hey SimpleTech, just letting you know the "Intel Management Engine Driver: 7.1.20.1119" link is down for a few of the boards. Btw, is there a reason some boards are using different Intel Management Engine Driver?
post #2538 of 3000
Supposedly, intel has to vet the MEI before Asus will update it in the bios.

Some boards have been approved and updated, some others have not.
post #2539 of 3000
I've been reading a lot about the new MEI update by intel, why is this all so important?

I've tried checking what is it about, and it is for AMT (Active Management Technology), which is not available in Asus P8P67, or am I missing something?
post #2540 of 3000
no, you are not.

People just want whats newer, whether it helps them or not.

Same non-sense with people griping about the RST not being updated.
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