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post #51 of 79
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i do not think 1254 bios is official is asus's way getting ppl test their beta bios that is why it's not loaded on official ftp
according to their site 1053 is still in beta so 1254 is mega beta and I wouldnt touch it yet.
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post #52 of 79
Nmanley's fix on first page fixed my problem. P8P67 Pro 1053 BIOS, i5-2500k, 2x4gb G.Skill Ripjaw 8-8-8-24-2T.

System would never cold boot with DDR3-1600, would always revert to 1333.

Great resolution!
post #53 of 79
The 1253 has been solid for me so far. IT fixed my cold boot issues. No more Overclocked failed issues on start up as well
post #54 of 79
Found this over on hardforum
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Originally Posted by Gary Key
Official ASUS Response to Resume/Hibernate Problem with Internal PLL Voltage Enabled

Good Day,

After lengthy discussions with Intel and R&D this morning, it turns out that the inability of a system to properly resume from sleep/hibernate with Internal PLL Voltage enabled is a documented problem from Intel with the current base firmware code for Sandy Bridge/P67. We are working with Intel on a solution. I will update this thread as additional information becomes available.
I don't know if this affects everyone, or if it's just for the 1253 bios (that enables it, by default), but supposedly you just need to disable PLL voltage for the time being.
They're also supposedly working on the problems w/ ssd's not always being recognized on bootup or resume from sleep.
     
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any1 who didnt figure there would be some problems with a brand new board with new chipset and has a the new uefi was kidding if they thought there would be 0 issues with bioses. However mine is rock solid stable.
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post #56 of 79
Wondering if anyone can give me any advice on my issues...can't seem to get much help:

Didn't want to post again as a full post here, so I will just post a link to the forum thread at Hard Forums...

http://www.hardforum.com/showthread....post1036750726

Basically I am referring to issues with running my memory at 1600Mhz spec timings vs. the 1333 that the BIOS wants to default to. Getting BSODs on boot right before Windows.

Any help on how to proceed would be immensely appreciated!
post #57 of 79
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Wondering if anyone can give me any advice on my issues...can't seem to get much help:

Didn't want to post again as a full post here, so I will just post a link to the forum thread at Hard Forums...

http://www.hardforum.com/showthread....post1036750726

Basically I am referring to issues with running my memory at 1600Mhz spec timings vs. the 1333 that the BIOS wants to default to. Getting BSODs on boot right before Windows.

Any help on how to proceed would be immensely appreciated!
First did you try the memok button? read manual for instructions on that. Second did you verify that your memory is in the manual for acceptable ram? I remember the dude at microcenter saying that asus boards can be picky with ram.
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post #58 of 79
Well I was able to fix my issue with the "USB current status" error, but I had to resort to returning the board because it was a problem with the actual USB controller on the board.

New one works fine.
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Well I was able to fix my issue with the "USB current status" error, but I had to resort to returning the board because it was a problem with the actual USB controller on the board.

New one works fine.
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post #60 of 79
Everything was working fine
P8P67 PRO, i7-2600K, 2x4GB G.skill 1600 RAM (F3-12800CL9D-8GBRL)

EVGA Geforce GTX460SE video card
Win 7 64-bit

I put the system together, managed to install windows 7, it booted, was working fine, except for having to boot twice through ASUS bios splash screen.

Then I tried to install drivers for video card from the install CD.

Now I cannot boot - I get hung up on BIOS splash screen - "press DEL to enter EFI BIOS setting". I have no idea which BIOS revision I am running- can't get that far.

Have tried resetting CMOS, taking out CMOS battery, unplugging mouse and keyboard, taking out one stick of RAM.

Nothing works. Systems hangs before entering BIOS. I just heard it chirp and then reboot, after it had been on for 10 minutes or so.

What to do? I swapped out the video card for another known good one - same problem.

Am I going to be forced to return the board to the vendor?

I liked the "overclocking for dummies feature" - can anyone recommend aboard that has a similar feature in case I do return this?
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