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post #11 of 26
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still doesn't hurt to try coz i faced a similar problem......just try setting it to ide mode and see if it helps.....
It worked, i loaded up Windows and i'm logged in now. But what should i do now?

The BIOS seem still to have some problems.
post #12 of 26
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It worked, i loaded up Windows and i'm logged in now. But what should i do now?

The BIOS seem still to have some problems.
try rolling back/updating to the most stable bios.....
actually i too am curious as to why this happened to me and u with the ahci mode turned on
both my hdd's are sata 2 and not too old either.....
post #13 of 26
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try rolling back/updating to the most stable bios.....
So do i just dl the fail, get it in USB stick and then just flash it thru EZ Utilities in BIOS?
post #14 of 26
dont know about asus but gigabyte has a utility called @bios which updates bios through windows itself.....there has to be something similar to that in asus..
post #15 of 26
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dont know about asus but gigabyte has a utility called @bios which updates bios through windows itself.....there has to be something similar to that in asus..
Just flashed the BIOS to 1254 or w/e it is, still got the Color Error's. My CPU Temperature went up aswell.
Edited by lukukz - 1/29/11 at 1:46pm
post #16 of 26
1204 is the most recent BIOS. Download it, toss it on a usb stick and flash your BIOS.

here is a direct link ftp://ftp.asus.com.tw/pub/ASUS/mb/LG...-ASUS-1204.zip

here is the forum with the change log etc
http://www.hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1578865

What do you mean by color errors? CPU temp could be a lot of things. What temps are you seeing, idle and under load?
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1204 is the most recent BIOS. Download it, toss it on a usb stick and flash your BIOS.

here is a direct link ftp://ftp.asus.com.tw/pub/ASUS/mb/LG...-ASUS-1204.zip

here is the forum with the change log etc
http://www.hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1578865

What do you mean by color errors? CPU temp could be a lot of things. What temps are you seeing, idle and under load?
I alrdy did it, flashed the 1204 version, it now says x64 BIOS Version: 1204.

I can get it into Windows aswell but the BIOS is weird, i can't see everything properly coz of the resolution and i have the Color bug.

Well it's hard to explain that 'bug', it's just like different color pixels in 1 color, and when i move arrows, from Hardware Monitoring to some Configuration button then the color just changes. I'll try to make a picture if it will work.
post #18 of 26
Give 1053 BIOS a shot, it's been the most stable so far. Also try clearing CMOS. Is the resolution messed up in windows also? If so thats most likely a GPU driver issue.
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post #19 of 26
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Give 1053 BIOS a shot, it's been the most stable so far. Also try clearing CMOS. Is the resolution messed up in windows also? If so thats most likely a GPU driver issue.
There we go, i made a picture

post #20 of 26
it seems like a gfx issue...try changing the gpu if u have any spare or borrow from a freind....
or check ur cables too they might be loose or faulty.....
if these dont work give the mobo for rma.....
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