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post #991 of 9900
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post #992 of 9900
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Originally Posted by Tweeky View Post
From switch on to window icons ?
or
From first beep to first display ?

Mine was about 12 sec from switch on to starting windows, some times it takes a while to set 4 hard drive for Raid 0
from switch to the beep. That takes me 12 seconds.
Something must be wrong cause the LED remains lit for a while on Boot_device.
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post #993 of 9900
My ASUS Crosshair V Formula will be here Wednesday, July 13 2011. Along with all my other parts. WHOOOOP!!!!! XD
post #994 of 9900
just got this board and the UEFI bios screen doesn't come on anymore after updating the bios but can still post to windows after a restart.
Also i have a Cooler Master V8 and the board gives me a CPU FAN ERROR when i boot up.
here is the support forum link with a Asus represenitive telling me RMA the board.
http://www.asusrog.com/forums/showth...-CPU-FAN-ERROR
post #995 of 9900
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Originally Posted by MASSKILLA View Post
just got this board and the UEFI bios screen doesn't come on anymore after updating the bios but can still post to windows after a restart.
Also i have a Cooler Master V8 and the board gives me a CPU FAN ERROR when i boot up.
here is the support forum link with a Asus represenitive telling me RMA the board.
http://www.asusrog.com/forums/showth...-CPU-FAN-ERROR
Have you tried re-flashing back to the 0404 Bios? See if that restores everything. I would do that before RMA. Maybe just a bad flash.

Edit: after reading your post on the Asus forum i see now you cannot get a post. Yeah. Looks like RMA is inevitable.
Edited by Chuckclc - 7/10/11 at 11:38pm
post #996 of 9900
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Originally Posted by MASSKILLA View Post
just got this board and the UEFI bios screen doesn't come on anymore after updating the bios but can still post to windows after a restart.
Also i have a Cooler Master V8 and the board gives me a CPU FAN ERROR when i boot up.
here is the support forum link with a Asus represenitive telling me RMA the board.
http://www.asusrog.com/forums/showth...-CPU-FAN-ERROR
Sounds like it was working fine until you flashed it. CPU Fan Error is common and as been talked about many times in this thread. Your new board will still give you this error too btw.
post #997 of 9900
Haven't flashed this one to the new BIOS yet and will probrably wait until another file with a fix is made before doing it.
Since it's working OK for now, there is no reason to ask for trouble by doing it on my part.
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post #998 of 9900
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what about llc in digivrm menu?

i used to set full calibration on my ch iv.
now i set
cpu llc to high
cpu-nb to regular
pwm phase to optimized

also, what about over-current protection? I set it 100%
I left most of my setting at default
    
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post #999 of 9900
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from switch to the beep. That takes me 12 seconds.
Something must be wrong cause the LED remains lit for a while on Boot_device.
My switch to beep is about 1 sec
What drive controler bios setting are you set to and what kind and how many HD,SSD and what SATA ports are they connected too
Try running scan disk
Try disconnecting all drive data cables except boot drive
Try new data cable on boot drive
Run manufactures diagnostics on boot drive

If you moved your drive from your old MB to your C5F without doing a format and clean windows install this may be the trouble
I tried moving my drives and ASUS said I would have to do a format and clean install to remove all the old MB drivers about 200 of them

The Rule: New motherboard new Windows install
Edited by Tweeky - 7/11/11 at 8:53am
    
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post #1000 of 9900
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just got this board and the UEFI bios screen doesn't come on anymore after updating the bios but can still post to windows after a restart.
Also i have a Cooler Master V8 and the board gives me a CPU FAN ERROR when i boot up.
here is the support forum link with a Asus represenitive telling me RMA the board.
http://www.asusrog.com/forums/showth...-CPU-FAN-ERROR
Edit: no post send it back

You may like to try a reset before you send it back
See page 2-18

You may like to try this before you send it back
There are 2 fan connectors for the CPU for a singale fan use the to the left or back
If the CPU fan has a 3 pin connector set BIOS to DC fan
If the CPU fan has a 4 pin connector set BIOS to PWM
See page 2-22 and 3-30,31,32

Edited by Tweeky - 7/11/11 at 8:48am
    
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