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post #1631 of 2006
Thank you for the response. Do you have any suggestions of where I can obtain this? I only have the three way SLI bridge ATM.
post #1632 of 2006
what settings do you guys use for your overclocking?
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post #1633 of 2006
Quote:
Originally Posted by SkitzoPhr3nia View Post

Just got mine installed today! Looks great, buuuut,,, No USB devices are recognized in windows. No keyboard, no mouse, nothing. Therefore I am unable to install the USB drivers in windows. Keyboard and mouse work fine in UEFI BIOS. Updated to the latest BIOS, no change. Reinstalling windows now. Hope that fixes it. Anyone had this problem?

I have this board on the shelf until the weekend when I will get to use it in my case with a new cpu, memory and cpu cooler.

I cannot help you with this issue, but I thought I should tell of something strange in the manual. The manual states that the usb 3.0 ports can only be used for data storage devices, which seem to imply no mouse and whatnot. Funnily enough, the complementary drawing actually indicate that a printer, mouse and scanner can be connected to those ports. Probably working anyway, I just am not familiar with your issue.

I would try booting up with nothing in the usb 3.0 ports before installing windows, using the usb 2.0 ports instead (or adding a backplate for usb 2.0 with). Also, don't use the marvel sata port for boot harddrive. Maybe just use one of the the 4 intel sata 2 ports for starters.

Someone suggested this on some other forum:
"in order to solve all your problems once and for all : Install the provided usb extension plugs to a usb 2.0 port (these are located at the bottom of your board). Plug in your keyboard and mouse there."

The manual show that the usb 3.0 ports have their own IRQ assignment, unless when using anything in pci-e slot #2, 3, 4 (the long red ones), then those are shared together. I guess this is because P67 does not have native support for usb 3.0.

Could the four power switches on the upper right side be interfering with the usb 3.0 functionality?
Edited by Decoman - 4/25/12 at 3:22pm
post #1634 of 2006
Btw, I believe I learned that installing an Ivy Bridge processor on a P67 board is a bad idea, as one allegedly is limited to stock multipliers with no room for overclocking at present time (something about the lack of bios 3.0/ME8 or something). I bought an i7 2700k myself for my MIVE board.

Other stuff I have come across: The bios flashback feature works only (afaik) when naming the file M4E.rom on the usb drive.

The Asus website has a single page update to the manual, where the bios flashback feature is discussed.
Edited by Decoman - 4/25/12 at 3:33pm
post #1635 of 2006
Hi there, new member here, had my board for 4 months already but my rig still isn't complete. Anyway, I'm having problems with the USB, when I turn on my computer and I have my Galaxy Note plugged into my front USB 3.0 header, my mouse and keyboard won't respond until I unplug my phone. I did the USB "solution" posted here but the problem still persists
post #1636 of 2006
I don't want to sound annoying, but if the problem here is limited to the timeframe of starting up the machine, couldn't you just use the front usb 2.0 ports for your mobile phone? Assuming you have a cabinet that has both usb 3.0 and 2.0 at the front. (I have two of each)
post #1637 of 2006
Im having a problem and maybe someone can help me out. When i try to bump up my cpu multiplier from 40 > 41 (4.1) from the bios, restart it, it automatically bumps up the voltage as well also. (1.248 > 1.304). Now when i go back to my bios and i see that its on auto. I use the + - to decrease / increase the increments. I bumped up by .800 and saved the settings. And my computer wont start. So i restart and go back into the bios, and it shows my voltage at 1.148. Which obviously isnt enough volt to even start my comp at that state, so i just went back to factory settings. Am i doing something wrong? Im using the latest bios.
post #1638 of 2006
More on the usb issue from me (unknown to me if this issue will be truly fixed for those experiencing such):

Someone on newegg suggested the following. Sounds pretty straight forward:
Quote:
If you're having problems with the rear panel USB ports shutting down here is the best solution.
1. Uninstall your 3.0 USB software.
2. Shutdown
3. Unplug everything from rear panel USB
4. Attach your keyboard mouse to the USB ports on the face of the board (i.e. the place where you plug in your case's front usb ports, attach your stuff there. Also you can use the extension that comes with the board). Basically have nothing attached to the rear panel USB ports.
5. Press and hold the CMOS button on the rear panel for 10 seconds to reset the BIOS (your computer should be off)
6. Power on the computer with a fresh BIOS (you can go into the BIOS to save the fresh one if you want)
7. Stat up everything (no USB on rear panel yet)
8. Install the software FROM THE ASUS SITE
9. After installation you can now plug things into the rear panel
10. Problem fixed! (The reason IMO is that there is a conflict of plugging in the keyboard mouse before installing the latest

I see afterwards that this quote is from a newegg review about the ASUS MAXIMUS IV EXTREME-Z board.

Without having put my new MIVE board to use yet, I can only speculate if this fixes usb issues, or if it is only a flawed temporary solution. Hopefully, it is a solid "fix".
Edited by Decoman - 4/27/12 at 2:17am
post #1639 of 2006
I would very much like to see MIVE P67 owners get into this thread here and tell their sunshine stories about how their usb 3.0 ports are behaving exemplary for whatever device. smile.gif

Sometimes reading up on stuff on the internet seem depressing so to speak, because the people having had bad luck or experienced a flaw limited to few people, they are the ones being vocal while the happy and content people are busy with other things than promoting their favourable opinions about a product.

I know from experience that troubleshooting some weird issue is no fun, because it is in my experience difficult in working with too many variables which also would be generally unclear. So only a sober and long term testing seem like a good idea for when posting feedback on some freak issue.

Looking forward to get my MIVE board running this weekend, but I will keep an eye out for USB 3.0 issues, and I will try to not mess things up from the very start. I probably will not bother with the up-to-date NEC driver/controller/firmware usb 3.0 updates, because I am afraid those are the wrong updates. smile.gif
post #1640 of 2006
Guys, what lan controller to use on this mobo? which is higher quallity?

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Originally Posted by sockpirate View Post

what settings do you guys use for your overclocking?


VCCSA Voltage: (do not touch this)
VCCIO Voltage: 1.1 (you got 16GB of ram so you will need at 1.100)
CPU PLL Voltage: 1.75 (you might left it on default if you experience instability with this setting)
Auto PLL Overvoltage: Enabled (enable only if your going lets say over 4.4Ghz)
PCH Voltage: Auto
VRM Switching frequency: 350 (manual)
Vcore PWM/Duty Control: Extreme
Vcore Phase Control: Extreme
VRM Current Capability/Vcore Over-current protection : 130%
CPU Multi 50 by all cores (you can set this to lets say 46 if you want 4.6, or 48 for 4.8)
CPU BCLK: 100 ( do not touch this)
CPU voltage/vcore: depends of your CPU frequencie, if you got for lets say 4.6 you will need around 1.3vcore, if you go for 4.8 you will need around 1.4-1.45v
DDR Voltage: stock volts 1600 should be ok for 16GB, or maybe just use the default freq.
CPU Spread Spectrum: Disabled
Lоad Line Calibration: Ultra High
VCCIO - Full phase control - enabled (16GB ram this will help)
VDRAM - Full phase control - enabled (Also for 16GB ram especially if your kit is high freq ram ~ 1866+)

That should be good and even more then that! thumb.gif
Edited by psyside - 4/27/12 at 2:34am
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