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P67 PRO - questions regarding red led, resume from sleep, etc

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Ok guys,

My first question is in regards to the motherboard LED's. Is it normal for them to momentarily flash red during boot? The computer boots up but all of the LEDs flash red in the same order every time. This includes CPU->Memory->Video card->Chipset (I think).

In regards to waking from sleep. After using the auto-tune feature in AI Suite, My computer will not resume from sleep mode. In fact, I get a overclock failure message when booting up again. I've read that disabling the internal PPL over voltage will fix this, so I guess I'll try that. Is that the correct solution?

I also read something about enabling boot from pci-e or something in order to avoid double post. Is this correct, because I have double post issues after overclocking (auto-tune)

Also, I know that the TPI and EPU settings are both disabled by default.. any reason to do otherwise.

Thanks!

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2500k @ 4.3ghz
Asus p67 Pro (bios 1204)
8gb 1600mhz ddr3 GSkill (9-9-9-24)
640gb sataII WD (on sata3 port)
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It's normal for all the lights to turn on in the sequences yes, it means they are working
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Yes, you have to turn off PLL overvolting to be able to resume from sleep.
this is a known bug.
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