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post #2571 of 3000
Blargh, looks like the RTC reset was only a temporary fix, the PC went nuts again..this time I'll mail it back to the retailer. Just hope I'll get it back before christmas or I'll have to settle with my crappy laptop for the rest of the year doh.gif
post #2572 of 3000
did the clock reset again when this happened?

if so, save yourself some effort and just replace the battery 1st.
post #2573 of 3000
There's a new version of the Atheros Bluetooth Driver for Windows7.

Version 7.4.0.102
post #2574 of 3000
OP please update OP smile.gif
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Tad85 View Post

There's a new version of the Atheros Bluetooth Driver for Windows7.
Version 7.4.0.102

That driver actually would not run at all on my windows 7 machine. I ended up getting the version quoted at the gigabyte site, and it worked fine.
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did the clock reset again when this happened?

if so, save yourself some effort and just replace the battery 1st.

The clock does reset sometimes, but it's still giving me chassis intrudes and fatal errors during initial cold boots.
post #2577 of 3000
def replace the batt, if that doesnt help, time for an RMA....
post #2578 of 3000
My mobo is the P8P67 EVO, says I have BIOS version 1606, when I use the ASUS Suite II to update BIOS through Internet I don't get any options for a newer BIOS. So how would I update from 1606 to 2001?
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My mobo is the P8P67 EVO, says I have BIOS version 1606, when I use the ASUS Suite II to update BIOS through Internet I don't get any options for a newer BIOS. So how would I update from 1606 to 2001?

Download the driver using the link on page 1. Extract the .zip file to a USB drive. Boot the computer with the USB drive containing the extracted file inserted into the computer, press the -delete- key when prompted to enter the UEFI. Use the BIOS update utility in the UEFI. Tthe extraced UEFI (BIOS) file will show up on the USB key. Select it, and follow the prompts. Done.
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