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post #1801 of 2013
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Originally Posted by megs8888 View Post

How do I do a deep CMOS clr?

Unplug PSU

Remove mobo battery

move cmos mobo jumper to clr position (see your manual)

depress case system on button to discharge remaining voltage from mobo

wait 30sec up to 12hrour

replace cmos jumper to run position

replace board battery

connect pwr back to PSU

Turn system on boot to bios

set date and time save & exit

enter bios again and set optimized defaults save and exit again

enter the bios again and set up your personal settings.

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Originally Posted by Tinkeritis View Post

Doh!
I took 8,192 MB and converted that to Gbits and not GB's. My mistake tongue.gif
Thanks for your quick reply.
I don't even see the 3402 bios on Asus' website. What am I missing? Different board?
http://support.asus.com/download.aspx?SLanguage=en&m=Maximus%20IV%20Extreme&p=1&s=39&os=30&hashedid=AoHE7iDJrYucOm0n

Must be different board if you don't see that bios listed I have the MIVE-Z

 
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post #1802 of 2013
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Originally Posted by megs8888 View Post

Still no joy now error code 10 only no bios, s1 sleep state or similar damn i only just got this board back from Asus not happy!!

Sorry you are still having trouble but this points to a hardware issue other than your motherboard.

Your comments are a bit vague could you describe again with more detail?

Can you get into windows?

Are you set defaults? etc?

What do you mean by "s1 sleep state or similar damn"?

Considering debug code 10 Likely it's your CPU.

If it is stopping at post code 10 this is the beginning of the POST where all hardware is polled starting with the CPU It goes like this.

 

PEI Phase

10 - PEI Core is started
11 - Pre-memory CPU initialization is started

 

Complete list post codes shown as they progress below expand the spoiler to reveal.
 

Warning: Spoiler! Code progression (Click to show)

00 - Not used
01 - Power on. Reset type detection (soft/hard)
02 - AP initialization before microcode loading
03 - System Agent initialization before microcode loading
04 - PCH initialization before microcode loading
05 - OEM initialization before microcode loading
06 - Microcode loading
07 - AP initialization after microcode loading
08 - System Agent initialization after microcode loading
09 - PCH initialization after microcode loading
0A - OEM initialization after microcode loading
0B - Cache initialization

SEC Error Codes

0C - Reserved for future AMI SEC error codes
0D - Reserved for future AMI SEC error codes
0E - Microcode not found
0F - Microcode not loaded

PEI Phase

10 - PEI Core is started
11 - Pre-memory CPU initialization is started
12 - Pre-memory CPU initialization (CPU module specific)
13 - Pre-memory CPU initialization (CPU module specific)
14 - Pre-memory CPU initialization (CPU module specific)
15 - Pre-memory System Agent initialization is started
16 - Pre-Memory System Agent initialization (System Agent module specific)
17 - Pre-Memory System Agent initialization (System Agent module specific)
18 - Pre-Memory System Agent initialization (System Agent module specific)
19 - Pre-memory PCH initialization is started
1A - Pre-memory PCH initialization (PCH module specific)
1B - Pre-memory PCH initialization (PCH module specific)
1C - Pre-memory PCH initialization (PCH module specific)
1D - OEM pre-memory initialization codes
1E - OEM pre-memory initialization codes
1F - OEM pre-memory initialization codes

20 - OEM pre-memory initialization codes
21 - OEM pre-memory initialization codes
22 - OEM pre-memory initialization codes
23 - OEM pre-memory initialization codes
24 - OEM pre-memory initialization codes
25 - OEM pre-memory initialization codes
26 - OEM pre-memory initialization codes
27 - OEM pre-memory initialization codes
28 - OEM pre-memory initialization codes
29 - OEM pre-memory initialization codes
2A - OEM pre-memory initialization codes
2B - Memory initialization. Serial Presence Detect (SPD) data reading
2C - Memory initialization. Memory presence detection
2D - Memory initialization. Programming memory timing information
2E - Memory initialization. Confi guring memory
2F - Memory initialization (other)

30 - Reserved for ASL (see ASL Status Codes section below)
31 - Memory Installed
32 - CPU post-memory initialization is started
33 - CPU post-memory initialization. Cache initialization
34 - CPU post-memory initialization. Application Processor(s) (AP) initialization
35 - CPU post-memory initialization. Boot Strap Processor (BSP) selection
36 - CPU post-memory initialization. System Management Mode (SMM) initialization
37 - Post-Memory System Agent initialization is started
38 - Post-Memory System Agent initialization (System Agent module specific)
39 - Post-Memory System Agent initialization (System Agent module specific)
3A - Post-Memory System Agent initialization (System Agent module specific)
3B - Post-Memory PCH initialization is started
3C - Post-Memory PCH initialization (PCH module specific)
3D - Post-Memory PCH initialization (PCH module specific)
3E - Post-Memory PCH initialization (PCH module specific)
3F - OEM post memory initialization codes

40 - OEM post memory initialization codes
41 - OEM post memory initialization codes
42 - OEM post memory initialization codes
43 - OEM post memory initialization codes
44 - OEM post memory initialization codes
45 - OEM post memory initialization codes
46 - OEM post memory initialization codes
47 - OEM post memory initialization codes
48 - OEM post memory initialization codes
49 - OEM post memory initialization codes
4A - OEM post memory initialization codes
4B - OEM post memory initialization codes
4C - OEM post memory initialization codes
4D - OEM post memory initialization codes
4E - OEM post memory initialization codes
4F - DXE IPL is started

PEI Error Codes

50 - Memory initialization error. Invalid memory type or incompatible memory speed
51 - Memory initialization error. SPD reading has failed
52 - Memory initialization error. Invalid memory size or memory modules do not match
53 - Memory initialization error. No usable memory detected
54 - Unspecifi ed memory initialization error
55 - Memory not installed
56 - Invalid CPU type or Speed
57 - CPU mismatch
58 - CPU self test failed or possible CPU cache error
59 - CPU micro-code is not found or micro-code update is failed
5A - Internal CPU error
5B - reset PPI is not available
5C - Reserved for future AMI error codes
5D - Reserved for future AMI error codes
5E - Reserved for future AMI error codes
5F - Reserved for future AMI error codes

DXE Phase

60 - DXE Core is started
61 - NVRAM initialization
62 - Installation of the PCH Runtime Services
63 - CPU DXE initialization is started
64 - CPU DXE initialization (CPU module specific)
65 - CPU DXE initialization (CPU module specific)
66 - CPU DXE initialization (CPU module specific)
67 - CPU DXE initialization (CPU module specific)
68 - PCI host bridge initialization
69 - System Agent DXE initialization is started
6A - System Agent DXE SMM initialization is started
6B - System Agent DXE initialization (System Agent module specific)
6C - System Agent DXE initialization (System Agent module specific)
6D - System Agent DXE initialization (System Agent module specific)
6E - System Agent DXE initialization (System Agent module specific)
6F - System Agent DXE initialization (System Agent module specific)

70 - PCH DXE initialization is started
71 - PCH DXE SMM initialization is started
72 - PCH devices initialization
73 - PCH DXE Initialization (PCH module specific)
74 - PCH DXE Initialization (PCH module specific)
75 - PCH DXE Initialization (PCH module specific)
76 - PCH DXE Initialization (PCH module specific)
77 - PCH DXE Initialization (PCH module specific)
78 - ACPI module initialization
79 - CSM initialization
7A - Reserved for future AMI DXE codes
7B - Reserved for future AMI DXE codes
7C - Reserved for future AMI DXE codes
7D - Reserved for future AMI DXE codes
7E - Reserved for future AMI DXE codes
7F - Reserved for future AMI DXE codes

80 - OEM DXE initialization codes
81 - OEM DXE initialization codes
82 - OEM DXE initialization codes
83 - OEM DXE initialization codes
84 - OEM DXE initialization codes
85 - OEM DXE initialization codes
86 - OEM DXE initialization codes
87 - OEM DXE initialization codes
88 - OEM DXE initialization codes
89 - OEM DXE initialization codes
8A - OEM DXE initialization codes
8B - OEM DXE initialization codes
8C - OEM DXE initialization codes
8D - OEM DXE initialization codes
8E - OEM DXE initialization codes
8F - OEM DXE initialization codes

90 - Boot Device Selection (BDS) phase is started
91 - Driver connecting is started
92 - PCI Bus initialization is started
93 - PCI Bus Hot Plug Controller Initialization
94 - PCI Bus Enumeration 32
95 - PCI Bus Request Resources
96 - PCI Bus Assign Resources
97 - Console Output devices connect
98 - Console input devices connect
99 - Super IO Initialization
9A - USB initialization is started
9B - USB Reset
9C - USB Detect
9D - USB Enable
9E - Reserved for future AMI codes
9F - Reserved for future AMI codes

A0 - IDE initialization is started
A1 - IDE Reset
A2 - IDE Detect
A3 - IDE Enable
A4 - SCSI initialization is started
A5 - SCSI Reset
A6 - SCSI Detect
A7 - SCSI Enable
A8 - Setup Verifying Password
A9 - Start of Setup
AA - Reserved for ASL (see ASL Status Codes section below)
AB - Setup Input Wait
AC - Reserved for ASL (see ASL Status Codes section below)
AD - Ready To Boot event
AE - Legacy Boot event
AF - Exit Boot Services event

B0 - Runtime Set Virtual Address MAP Begin
B1 - Runtime Set Virtual Address MAP End
B2 - Legacy Option ROM Initialization
B3 - System Reset
B4 - USB hot plug
B5 - PCI bus hot plug
B6 - Clean-up of NVRAM
B7 - Confi guration Reset (reset of NVRAM settings)
B8 - Reserved for future AMI codes
B9 - Reserved for future AMI codes
BA - Reserved for future AMI codes
BB - Reserved for future AMI codes
BC - Reserved for future AMI codes
BD - Reserved for future AMI codes
BE - Reserved for future AMI codes
BF - Reserved for future AMI codes

C0 - OEM BDS initialization codes
C1 - OEM BDS initialization codes
C2 - OEM BDS initialization codes
C3 - OEM BDS initialization codes
C4 - OEM BDS initialization codes
C5 - OEM BDS initialization codes
C6 - OEM BDS initialization codes
C7 - OEM BDS initialization codes
C8 - OEM BDS initialization codes
C9 - OEM BDS initialization codes
CA - OEM BDS initialization codes
CB - OEM BDS initialization codes
CC - OEM BDS initialization codes
CD - OEM BDS initialization codes
CE - OEM BDS initialization codes
CF - OEM BDS initialization codes

DXE Error Codes

D0 - CPU initialization error
D1 - System Agent initialization error
D2 - PCH initialization error
D3 - Some of the Architectural Protocols are not available
D4 - PCI resource allocation error. Out of Resources
D5 - No Space for Legacy Option ROM
D6 - No Console Output Devices are found
D7 - No Console Input Devices are found
D8 - Invalid password
D9 - Error loading Boot Option (LoadImage returned error)
DA - Boot Option is failed (StartImage returned error)
DB - Flash update is failed
DC - Reset protocol is not available

S3 Resume Progress Codes

E0 - S3 Resume is stared (S3 Resume PPI is called by the DXE IPL)
E1 - S3 Boot Script execution
E2 - Video repost
E3 - OS S3 wake vector call
E4 - Reserved for future AMI progress codes
E5 - Reserved for future AMI progress codes
E6 - Reserved for future AMI progress codes
E7 - Reserved for future AMI progress codes

S3 Resume Error Codes

E8 - S3 Resume Failed
E9 - S3 Resume PPI not Found
EA - S3 Resume Boot Script Error
EB - S3 OS Wake Error
EC - Reserved for future AMI error codes 31
ED - Reserved for future AMI error codes 31
EE - Reserved for future AMI error codes 31
EF - Reserved for future AMI error codes 31

Recovery Progress Codes

F0 - Recovery condition triggered by firmware (Auto recovery)
F1 - Recovery condition triggered by user (Forced recovery)
F2 - Recovery process started
F3 - Recovery fi rmware image is found
F4 - Recovery fi rmware image is loaded
F5 - Reserved for future AMI progress codes
F6 - Reserved for future AMI progress codes
F7 - Reserved for future AMI progress codes

Recovery Error Codes

F8 - Recovery PPI is not available
F9 - Recovery capsule is not found
FA - Invalid recovery capsule
FB - Reserved for future AMI error codes
FC - Reserved for future AMI error codes
FD - Reserved for future AMI error codes
FE - Reserved for future AMI error codes
FF - Reserved for future AMI error codes

ACPI/ASL Checkpoints

01 - System is entering S1 sleep state
02 - System is entering S2 sleep state
03 - System is entering S3 sleep state
04 - System is entering S4 sleep state
05 - System is entering S5 sleep state
10 - System is waking up from the S1 sleep state
20 - System is waking up from the S2 sleep state
30 - System is waking up from the S3 sleep state
40 - System is waking up from the S4 sleep state
AC - System has transitioned into ACPI mode. Interrupt controller is in APIC mode
AA - System has transitioned into ACPI mode. Interrupt controller is in APIC mode

 

 

I would try and remount your CPU and check for bent pins while you are there and make sure when replacing you HS you are careful to apply the proper pressure. (see HS installation instruction)

However it could be other hardware that is failing like an SSD or HDD.

This could mean an intermittent connection like a loose or defective cable.

Don't rule out a bad power connection or supply try different connectors.

Sometimes when in this process of elimination it's best to head to your local PC shop and have them check the obvious.

Take your Data & optical drives and or GPU and Memory to them to have them checked to see if they are operational.

If you have other parts hanging around try them which is another good way.

Anything you can do to eliminate the root cause gets you closer to the real problem.

I know this is kinda redundant at this point but the RoG series of boards are for "experts" and they are known to cause noobs issues.

The best thing you can do is become an expert by reading and understanding the bios in total a simple tick of one settings can cause issues like yours. The ones that are not common or easily searched and resolved usually point to an errant setting but it's hard to rule that out without more input from you.

 

As always I hope this helps!

 
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post #1803 of 2013
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I am currently running the following configuration of slots/cards on my MIVE P67:
1: PCIe 2.0 x16_8_1: EMPTY
2: PCIe 2.0 x1_1: Soundcard (pcie x1)
3: PCIe 2.0 x16_2: GTX 580
4: PCIe 2.0 x8_3: Empty (unusable, disabled when slots 3 or 5 are in use)
5: PCIe 2.0 x16_4: GTX 580
6: PCIe 2.0 x4_1: RAID card
I'm thinking of adding another GTX580 in Slot 1 (my 580s are just now converted to single slot on water).
Has anyone run tri-sli on the MIVE with 2 additional cards in the small PCIe slots? I just want to confirm their won't be any kind of slots/lanes conflict or problem, and that my sound and RAID cards will continue to work as usual if I add a third GPU.


Just a quick update, which I have also posted in another thread. I tried this and it works fine. Anyone wanting to go tri-sli on a MIVE with cards also in the x1 and x4 slots can do so without fear of wierdness or disabled slots.
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post #1804 of 2013
I know this may sound weird, but any way I can use the onbard graphics? I am using dual monitors gtx 560 ti, but if I hook up to the 560ti's I notice temps go up vs another board that has onboard out.
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post #1805 of 2013
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I know this may sound weird, but any way I can use the onbard graphics? I am using dual monitors gtx 560 ti, but if I hook up to the 560ti's I notice temps go up vs another board that has onboard out.

No, no way to use the onboard on the MIVE.
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post #1806 of 2013
Hello everyone... It's my first post here wink.gif

I have a problem with my Maximus 4 extreme-z and ram. Maybe you will be able to help me with it.
My config:
i7 2600k @ 4Ghz
Asus Maximus IV Extreme-z
4 x 4GB Corsair Vengance 1866Mhz 9-10-9-27 1,5V

The problem is that I am getting BSoD or my pc freezes after 5-10 mins aftert start when ram is set on XMP 1 (1866). When I put 2 stiks in sockets 1-3 or 2-4 there is no any problem, my pc works fine.
I tried to set it manualy, but with no success ;/ Could you tell me is this memory incompatible with this mobo or I set something wrong?
post #1807 of 2013

Do not use XMP mode as it was developed for mainstream boards not the Maximus series.

Assuming you have no dead sticks or defective dimm slots.

Clear CMOS then enter bios to set optimized defaults F5 then F10 to save and exit with all 4 dimms installed.

Enter bios after saving defaults

Manually set 1866 mem freq

Manually set 9-10-9-27-CR2

All other mem settings on auto

Bump Vdimm to 1.65

Bump VCCIO to 1.1v to 1.2v I use 1.1v but YMMV

F10 to save and exit

Test memory with Memtest 86+ or Memtest for windows by HCI Design

 

Some processors IMCs are not strong enough to run all 4 dimms at higher clocks if you find your system can not handle 1866 try 1600 w/9-9-9-24 CR1 and do not exceed 1.2v vccio to be on the safe side but I have seen peeps use up to 1.25 but Intel warns against this. GL

 
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Agree that this is probably VCCIO, you probably don't even need more VDIMM. If 1866mhz isn't stable at 1.2v VCCIO, try 1600mhz and if that's OK then you can try up to 1.65v VDIMM as well to get to 1866.
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Hi guys,

I had a strange situation... I tried to start my pc and it stops on debug code "38" (all sticks in sockets). When I removed all without one, there was ok. I checked all possible combinations with sticks and sockets, one stik in one socket but always different combination and it was working. Now I am sure that all sticks and sockets are ok. Now I run my pc with all sticks in and with settings which you wrote above. Only vdimm I have set to 1.6 not 1.65... I will try a tests now and we will see if pass through it wink.gif thanks wink.gif

Ps. Which program is the best to test ram in stress? I tried the Orthos and occt, but my pc passed the tests and later I had bsod after 10 minutes in bf3 mad.gif

Ps2. 10 mins and bsod mad.gif now I'm trying with 1.65 - bsod after 3 minutes mad.gif

Ps3. Running on 1600Mhz - bsod when I tried to open ie 30 secs after log on. Now I'm working on 2x4GB (1866) and it's ok mad.gif What I can do more to fix it?
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Did you set optimized defaults? are you overclocked? what if any other bios changes did you make other than those I mentioned to make above?

 

Unfortunately not all procs are equal but I can say the vengeance memory is perfectly compatible on these Asus boards which would be the only other explanation. 

 

As for testing the memory I use the HCI Design memtest because it works in windows which seems to be more logical to me than the alternative which test the memory outside of windows.

 

Did I understand you correctly that you have checked each stick individually in each dimm slot at rated spec? Easy enough but time consuming just set the desired freq in bios all else on auto then begin the process of checking each stick. Conversely it's also prudent to make sure pairs are running in dual channel which can be easily checked with third party apps like CPUz (Memory Tab)

 
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