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Asus p8p67 pro. Can't connect to the internet via LAN. Any ideas why? I know the internet is working because I'm running another rig on it.
    
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Originally Posted by Suprcynic View Post
Asus p8p67 pro. Can't connect to the internet via LAN. Any ideas why? I know the internet is working because I'm running another rig on it.
Install Intel Gigabit driver?
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Man it seems like people are having a lot of issues with these boards. I have to say mine has been pretty much plug and play. It even detected my timings on my eco while left on auto.

I was also able to run this 1600 ram at 1866 and 2133. I did not stabilize it but I was able to bench with it at those speeds.



Does it then boot into windows? If so thats not an error just the marvel controller checking for a drive.
After the cmos reset mine is trouble free (knock on wood). It sets the timings for my G.skill ram. It boots quite fast with my Velociraptor (only for testing). Once I get a nice overclock I will install the system onto my SSD.
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I did "Clear RTC RAM" and no more double boot issue. Let's hope overclocking will be as easy.
Anyone else try this?
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Anyone else try this?
I just did and I think it fixed several issues I had with UEFI. Couldn't hurt to try.
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I just did and I think it fixed several issues I had with UEFI. Couldn't hurt to try.
Don't see why it would hurt. It was standard practice with bios flashes. Upgrade bios, clear it back to defaults and go from there.

Usually helps eliminate miscellanous settings that aren't quite correct. You would think that they wouldn't have such issues now, but UEFI is new enough, that it will be finicky for a bit.
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Didn't blame it on Intel, but maybe I should. Blaming it on UPS and ASUS. UPS for leaving my original i5 2500K to get stolen, and ASUS for producing a board that died in 1 F-ing day, and only @ 1.32v for a couple hours.

After just reading about socket burn I really hope it's just my mobo. When i try to power on, everything tries to turn on but doesn't. Cleared CMOS, unplugged everything/plugged it back in. It's done.



I would really back off anything over 1.35v for at least another week. I mean I guess I'm just having the worst luck of my life, but who knows maybe these boards are garbage. If your referring to the I/O installation that was a joke. I had to cut away some of the foam and cut the metal to get the bluetooth dongle to fit in the I/O plate. Then I had to put more pressure than I was comfortable with to get the screw holes to line up.

They really need to change their Q-Shield, i dont even remember how i did, but i recommend having another person to help you. Especially if the Q-shield make your mobo not fit with the case holes. Which is the case with my NZXT Phantom case, took me an hour of push and tug to get 2 screws in, once that is in rest is ok.

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I must be the only one who had an easy time installing the motherboard, lol. Everything fit fine.

I am now having issues with AI Suite though. It crashes as soon as it starts now. I can't find out why
And I can't uninstall or reinstall it either. Nothing comes up - not even in task manager.
redownload it from ASUS site? because that is what i did and it works perfectly on my win7 64bit.


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Anyone else try this?
what do you guys mean by double boot? like see 2 splash screens? cuz that is what i'm seeing atm
Edited by puffsNasco - 1/15/11 at 11:56am
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Man it seems like people are having a lot of issues with these boards. I have to say mine has been pretty much plug and play. It even detected my timings on my eco while left on auto.
Same here, I have been using asus boards for a couple years now and this one has not givin me any issues so far. I just hope it continues to be like that.
 
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Tpu and ecu switches? On or off?

BIOS update to the latest beta cured all my ills. Raid0 ssd's and SB is pure win.
    
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The double boot is memory timing detection according to the manual. Mine hasn't done it after the firstboot after BIOS update.
Edited by Suprcynic - 1/15/11 at 12:04pm
    
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