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post #2791 of 3000
So, what's the final word? is this new 32xx UEFI BIOS compatible with B2 boards? or just B3?
post #2792 of 3000
B3 only, B2 has been locked out due to the ME update.
post #2793 of 3000
Since the latest bios update for the P8P67 Pro B3, with a slight overclock (system in signature), the system clock is getting behind 3-4 minutes each few hours.... is it overclocking/frequency issues or somethings else? any body getting such results?

Update: it is always 3 minutes behind, any specific reason?
Edited by mcbyte - 6/13/12 at 8:25am
post #2794 of 3000
The new 3301 Bios for the P8P67 has given me a whole day of headaces...

First off, the new bios apparently can not boot moddified HD6950s. If you have a modded GFX firmware, you need to revert it or get a different GFX card. For some reason if you edit the GFX bios with RBE or another editor in any way, the new 3301 bios can not handle it. One Beep and then three beeps is the error and it was tough to pinpoint.

Secondly, Windows Update gives a "WindowsUpdate_80072EE2" error. I have reformated three times now.....I reboot, install Ethernet drivers and then the even though the internet works, Windows update fails....

Any ideas??
post #2795 of 3000
Turns out, I needed to clear CMOS and flash 3301 again.

This fixed up the Windows Update issue. Would not update even on a fresh install, or on the image I had that was working prior to 3301 flash.

Now just to get 3301 working with my HD6950 flashed with a HD6970 bios.
post #2796 of 3000
I also have issues with my modded 6950 card, so please let me know if you find any sort of fix, or hear about a new bios update that fixes this issue. I thought I bricked my motherboard updating to the 3207 bios and it turns out it was the modded bios for my video card.
Edited by Nightstalk3rs - 6/28/12 at 8:42pm
post #2797 of 3000
Hi to all members.
Does anyone know about Erratic cpu fan readings. I possess Asus P8P67 and Arctic cooling freezer 7 Pro Rev.2 and I have the same wrong cpu fan readings. Is there a solution to this possible incompatibility.
Thanks.
Edited by sppmaster - 7/5/12 at 5:57am
post #2798 of 3000
have you tried disabling qfan control ? thats the only fix on the post you linked at toms.
you could also buy a 4-pin pwm fan. if that doesnt fix it, i really dont think you can do anything else.
i dont even know why anyone buys the freezer 7. the 212+ is cheaper on sale and does at least as well. and yes i realize after looking they dropped the price recently. there is no reason for any cooler manufacturer to use a non-pwm fan. they save maybe 50 cents per fan.
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post #2799 of 3000
I've tried to disable it and in this case the readings are OK, but the fan spins at full speed. The fan has 4 pins and is PWM controlled.
post #2800 of 3000
anyone have link downgrade BIOS P8P67Pro rev 3.1 ?
im with 3207 (newest) got problem PCIX read / run 8x only

8x ( only )
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this link http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1629404, not working to my mobo
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AFUWINx64 says " BIOS does not support AFU "
Edited by gaul - 7/22/12 at 5:46pm
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