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Finally Got My P8P67 Deluxe Stable

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After I installed all the hardware and then loaded Windows 7 Ultimate and drivers I thought it was smooth sailing. After using Windows update my computer would refuse to boot into Windows. I finally figured out what the culprit was. So anybody who has this board don't click on that update!
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I seem to have just gotten my rig stable as well... what did you end up with voltage/speed/temps ? and what you cooling it with ?

EDIT: scratch that... small fft error @ 2h40m
Edited by rmp459 - 1/16/11 at 1:02pm
    
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Originally Posted by TheDream;12033275 
After I installed all the hardware and then loaded Windows 7 Ultimate and drivers I thought it was smooth sailing. After using Windows update my computer would refuse to boot into Windows. I finally figured out what the culprit was. So anybody who has this board don't click on that update!
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I keep seeing that update pop up, but it's clearly an older file than what I installed from Asus. I've had similar problems using the Windows Update recommended driver updates. I've got at least one mouse kicking around, that if you install the WU recommended driver, the whole system locks up and refuses to boot.

If you see that ACS-6xxxx listed in the Device Manager missing it's driver, I believe the driver was taken care of in the "Intel Management Engine Interface V7.0.0.1118 for Windows 32/64bit XP & 32/64bit Vista& 32/64bit 7" package under utilities in the downloads.
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Originally Posted by n1tr0;12033558 
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I keep seeing that update pop up, but it's clearly an older file than what I installed from Asus. I've had similar problems using the Windows Update recommended driver updates. I've got at least one mouse kicking around, that if you install the WU recommended driver, the whole system locks up and refuses to boot.

If you see that ACS-6xxxx listed in the Device Manager missing it's driver, I believe the driver was taken care of in the "Intel Management Engine Interface V7.0.0.1118 for Windows 32/64bit XP & 32/64bit Vista& 32/64bit 7" package under utilities in the downloads.

I think it was trying to install the JMB storage, I disabled it in the BIOS.
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I'm looking to hit a very stable (work machine) 4.5-4.8 with hardware specs very similar to yours. I've never overclocked before and would appreciate a step by step if you'd be willing to give me one.

Thanks in advance.
    
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I'm looking to hit a very stable (work machine) 4.5-4.8 with hardware specs very similar to yours. I've never overclocked before and would appreciate a step by step if you'd be willing to give me one.

Thanks in advance.

I wouldn't consider myself a pro at overclocking but this was very simple. I'll do a step-by-step for you sometime tomorrow when I'm free.
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