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post #751 of 3000
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Originally Posted by Greatskeem View Post
I'm getting a problem, where say the PC is off for a few hours or even a day,then I go to boot it.

There is power, the led lights on the fan as well as motherboard lights are on, however no signal to the screen,almost like it is off but working.


However after turning the pc off and turning it on again, it starts working perfectly and always when this happens my motherboard gives me an error saying "Overclock failed, please press F1 for setup"

However my overclock is stable as hell but just to be sure I put everything to stock same thing happens :S

Mind you this started happening around the time I took out the GTX 470 and replaced it with the EVGA GTX 570 SC.

Right now it is working fine, however as soon as I turn it off and leave it off for hours, I will run into the annoying issue again, any ideas guys?
My last asus board did this when my Q6600 was at stock, but not when it was overclocked. I think it's a problem when it double posts, it thinks the first post failed due to an overclock.

The only soloution i've found is to enter the BIOS and just press escape to exit without saving. It will then boot with the last configuration (your stable overclock).
post #752 of 3000
@Boyboyd

Yeah it is an annoying little thorn in the side, luckily the PC still works fine, which I'm happy I guess.

I don't know, so far I have had constant issues with this board and Computer in general, I guess I have to suck it in and last until next year.

Which I will then give this PC to my brother or use it as a backup
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What bios are you on? I couldn't even boot with 4 sticks of RAM until i updated to the 1053 bios.
post #754 of 3000
I'm currently at 1253,Oh well I'm just going to deal with it, I am however contemplating in a few months to change Motherboards, as I think it is the Pro that is giving me the issues.
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Originally Posted by Greatskeem View Post
I'm getting a problem, where say the PC is off for a few hours or even a day,then I go to boot it.

There is power, the led lights on the fan as well as motherboard lights are on, however no signal to the screen,almost like it is off but working.


However after turning the pc off and turning it on again, it starts working perfectly and always when this happens my motherboard gives me an error saying "Overclock failed, please press F1 for setup"

However my overclock is stable as hell but just to be sure I put everything to stock same thing happens :S

Mind you this started happening around the time I took out the GTX 470 and replaced it with the EVGA GTX 570 SC.

Right now it is working fine, however as soon as I turn it off and leave it off for hours, I will run into the annoying issue again, any ideas guys?
First post of this thread - Clear CMOS trick should work for you
post #756 of 3000
@GJF47

Be prepared for a stupid question as you are talking to someone who is so very little experienced in PC tech.

By clearing the CMOS, will all my settings be still in tact? Like my Raid 0 Setup, Windows OS setup on my SSD etc?

I understand losing the overclock etc, however if required to re-install the OS and lose my raid setup which now is filled quite a bit, at least 300GB...then I think I'll have to pass for a few months.
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@GJF47

Be prepared for a stupid question as you are talking to someone who is so very little experienced in PC tech.

By clearing the CMOS, will all my settings be still in tact? Like my Raid 0 Setup, Windows OS setup on my SSD etc?

I understand losing the overclock etc, however if required to re-install the OS and lose my raid setup which now is filled quite a bit, at least 300GB...then I think I'll have to pass for a few months.
no need to reinstall. raid..im pretty sure it stays intact too.

but for sure, i didnt need to reinstall. only had to when i moved from a different platform to SB
    
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post #758 of 3000
The RAID and Windows installation will still be there, you just have to change the SATA to RAID mode again in the bios
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The RAID and Windows installation will still be there, you just have to change the SATA to RAID mode again in the bios
Make sure you do this straight away. I forgot once and wiped my windows install by re-installing. Fortunately i learned from my mistake.
post #760 of 3000
i was scare of using the 1253 bios firmware becuase of all the bad thing about it. So i did a search online and i so a few people claiming to get better overclocking and a more solid perfomance from the bios.

i took the plung and updated it. I haven't had any issue with it, boot up time now is faster posting. The only different i have seen is that my cpu is running a little hotter, maybe 3-4c hotter.
Edited by eduardmc - 1/26/11 at 6:58am
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