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post #11 of 79
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Originally Posted by Robilar;11997129 
1053 doesn't make a difference to the cold boot issue.

Also, clearing the cmos works in some cases and not others.

I have had many issues with this board over the last several days (most of which I have ironed out). I had to do two full windows reinstalls among other things.

Very very fussy to set up.

I also built two other systems both with asus boards and k series processors and had a lot of the same issues.

Went through Corsair, Mushkin and G.skill memory kits before getting them working (and one of the setups still will not read ram at 1600mhz without failing to boot).


time for a proper bios release!!

i feel you drum.gif

should of got UD4, but i'm chinese 4 means death, my parents said if i get UD4 board they will banish me to hell
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post #12 of 79
lol^

These issues are starting to put me off getting a pro.
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post #13 of 79
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Awesome Fix.
NICE FIND by BassDX at [H]ard|Forum
http://vip.asus.com/forum/view.aspx?...age=2&count=33
Post #'s 16 and 18



Clear RTC RAM procedure

1. Turn OFF the computer and unplug the power cord.
2. 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.



3. Plug the power cord and turn ON the computer.
4. Hold down the "Del" key during the boot process and enter BIOS setup to re-enter data.
what boards is that jumper even on... i see it nowhere.
    
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post #14 of 79
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what boards is that jumper even on... i see it nowhere.
Basic, LX, Pro use the jumper method.
post #15 of 79
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what boards is that jumper even on... i see it nowhere.
on bottom, near battery. jumper should be blue-ish
    
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post #16 of 79
Ot entirely certain, but I don't think we have it on our deluxe boards, we do have a clear CMOS button, though which should work.

I'll check when I get home to be sure, though.

After I updated my bios my ripjaws show in CPUz to be running at 800mhz, but when I check each ramslot (as well as 3dmark11 system overview) shows my ram to be running at 667, which is 1333 if I'm not mistaken. This is even after setting my ram speed manually.

So I believe I'm in the same boat as you. I'll either find thr jumper or just use the CMOS clear button, I'll let you
know results.
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post #17 of 79
I have the same issue. My computer basically gives me the RED LIGHT OF NOT BOOTING, and i have to reset it, and then it boots normally. It's not the end of the world, but it's sort of annoying.

Release proper BIOS please.
post #18 of 79
Problem solved with Clear RTC Ram solution. Thx!

Leaving the computer off overnight would result in no post on power on. Clear rtc ram, voila, boots fine next morning.

Bios 1053
post #19 of 79
Same issue here, Deluxe.

This morning I came to find it wouldn't boot with my overclock. The post code just hung on either 59 or 63.

It also sometimes happens when I just normally reboot the PC. Windows shuts down, but so does the computer. It turns back on and voila, no post.

Do you think this is a BIOS issue? Because leaving my PC on 24/7 isn't really an option.
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post #20 of 79
I have this issue only if I adjust ram settings but once I set back to auto I am fine. I dont need to clear the cmos but I am going to so I can play with ram settings.
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