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post #1 of 11
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Hello all,

I would appreciate your help. A few days ago, I completed my build (which is listed below). It works very well except for one big issue. When the computer has been turned off for more than a few minutes then it refuses to boot unless I disconnect the power for more than 30 seconds. When I say that it refuses to boot, what I mean is the computer doesn't do anything when I push the power button.

I can restart as many times as I want after I have booted initially, but everytime I return to the computer after the computer being off for a few minutes or more, it simply will not boot unless I unplug the power for at least 30 seconeds. And then, when it does boot after I've unplugged and then plugged back in the power, the MOBO sends me to the bios recovery.

It does this whether or not I'm not OC'ing the CPU. I usually run my RAM at 1600 (and 1.5v) rather than the 1333 that it defaults to, but I changed it back to 1333 and that didn't fix the boot problem either.. Also, I'm running the 1204 bios.

EDIT: Here is another piece of data. My computer's clock was behind by 15 minutes this morning (I had had a similiar problem last night and had adjusted the time last night.)

Any thoughts? I appreciate the help.
Edited by magogian - 3/3/11 at 9:43am
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post #2 of 11
what kind of power supply?
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post #3 of 11
Quote:
Originally Posted by Zaiger;12599086 
what kind of power supply?

look at his sig rig, says corsair hx1000.

Anyways I would clear the CMOS first before doing anything else.

EDIT: you might aswell update to the latest BIOS, may solve the problem.

Look here: http://www.overclock.net/intel-motherboards/910402-asus-p67-series-information-thread-drivers.html
Edited by munaim1 - 3/3/11 at 1:20pm
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post #4 of 11
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Quote:
Originally Posted by munaim1;12599149 
look at his sig rig, says corsair hx1000.

Anyways I would clear the CMOS first before doing anything else.

EDIT: you might aswell update to the latest BIOS, may solve the problem.

Look here: http://www.overclock.net/intel-motherboards/910402-asus-p67-series-information-thread-drivers.html

Thanks, I will give your suggestions a shot.

I have the second latest bios version. I haven't updated to the latest (1305) because many people are reporting problems with it. How has it worked for you?

I've noticed that some people activate the power to the PCIe slots in the bios as a way to deal with boot issues. I thought I'd try that. But could that cause any problems?
Edited by magogian - 3/3/11 at 1:32pm
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post #5 of 11
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After clearing the CMOS, it seems to be working properly. Thanks!
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post #6 of 11
I have this same issue. How did you clear the CMOS? With the CMOS jumper? or actually taking the armor off and removing the CMOS battery?
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post #7 of 11
My sabertooth came with 1305, it's strange, I'll list the problem:

When I press the power button it turns on, but nothing happens, then it turns off, then back on again and it's fine.

Sometimes the bios logo shows twice, and windows takes ages to boot, like 5 minutes at one point!

Occasionally I get boot disk errors saying no boot device installed etc...

Also, occasionally I get a message saying the overclock failed, and I haven't even overclocked it :S

Usb3 doesn't work sometimes, I have to keep reinstalling the driver, also, it didn't turn on sometimes unless my external usb3 Hdd was plugged in, very odd! Transferring from USB 3 to my secondary drive causes problems, and has turned off both drives in the past displaying an error saying that the files could not be found (cause they both turned off)

I have no idea what is going on, I have cleared the CMOS too, and I hate doing that!

I've tried 1 stick of ram, 1Hdd and reseating the CPU as it seems to be rather hot idling at 44-46c in the bios, and 33-38c during windows, before I reseated it was 50c.

I have no idea what is wrong, maybe I should downgrade the Bios if 1305 has issues!? Anyone else experienced this?
Edited by Roxborough - 4/20/11 at 9:37pm
    
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post #8 of 11
How about you update your bios to the latest 15xx series. That will fix most of the issues. Also is your board the latest B3 Rev. If that doesnt work then disable PLL voltage.

As for the dual post, just set the bios to KEEP CURRENT and disable OPROM Post. That should keep it to one long post. (~10 sec post).

I have the same board, latest rev.
post #9 of 11
Just reset the CMOS again, same issues now I'm getting s 0x00000003D bsod frown.gif
    
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post #10 of 11
Quote:
Originally Posted by Roxborough;13211245 
My sabertooth came with 1305, it's strange, I'll list the problem:

When I press the power button it turns on, but nothing happens, then it turns off, then back on again and it's fine.

Sometimes the bios logo shows twice, and windows takes ages to boot, like 5 minutes at one point!

Occasionally I get boot disk errors saying no boot device installed etc...

Also, occasionally I get a message saying the overclock failed, and I haven't even overclocked it :S

Usb3 doesn't work sometimes, I have to keep reinstalling the driver, also, it didn't turn on sometimes unless my external usb3 Hdd was plugged in, very odd! Transferring from USB 3 to my secondary drive causes problems, and has turned off both drives in the past displaying an error saying that the files could not be found (cause they both turned off)

I have no idea what is going on, I have cleared the CMOS too, and I hate doing that!

I've tried 1 stick of ram, 1Hdd and reseating the CPU as it seems to be rather hot idling at 44-46c in the bios, and 33-38c during windows, before I reseated it was 50c.

I have no idea what is wrong, maybe I should downgrade the Bios if 1305 has issues!? Anyone else experienced this?

I have very similar problem. My BIOS is 1502. I have a OCZ Vertex 3 SSD for my boot. The BIOS logo just sits there for 1 min then the system boots!! I have turned off JMicron and Marvel controlles, enabled hotplug for the drive but no change. I had a 7 sec boot time on the same mobo using a Vertex 2 which I returned because it had a 64G die issue.

Once it boots, the drive is blazing fast. But my boot time is very slow.
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