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GIGABYTE GA-P67A REBOOT LOOP issue

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has anyone experienced this problem? should these boards be avoided?

thanks
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Mine works fine. You sure everything is connected up right?
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With the f2 bios it came with my ud4 boot looping issue was kinda out of control, I flashed the f3b beta bios on & it is much better, although still needs improvement.
No reason to avoid the boards, the boot looping issue can be fixed in future bios updates, right now it only gets frustrating when trying more 'extreme' settings & getting stuck in the loop when overclock fails. Once it is stable in windows all is well with reboots.
    
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Hi i have a similar problem .
my system has been running fine since i built it .but i recently attempted to put an old video capture card in one of the standard pci slots .all i get is a continuous boot loop doest seem to get as far as post. take it back out all is well again.mad.gif
the card runs on an older pc.but i need it to work on my main one.i know the card is old but if there is a slot on the mobo i should be able to use it.
i would like to know. why does the slot not work (tried both), has anyone else had this, is there a solution?
also sorry if i posted in wrong place.

mobo..ga p67a-d3-b3
win7 64bit
750w power
16gb ram
2x 1tb hdd
radeon 6800
problem card...viewcastosprey 230
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I've had a GA-P67A-UD3P-B3 for about a year now and never had a boot loop with it (except when testing extremely unstable settings and even then it recovers after a few boot tries).
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post #6 of 7
just by way of an update
i havent clocked my system in anyway as yet, i may need to do the bios but i am not doing that untill i know whats actually been done to improve the bios as it may be pointless,i prefer to know what to fix rather than randomly trying stuff till it works or explodes, although the latter is more fun!
also having spent a very long time trying to sort this it is now a matter of principal to get it working or not because if it doesnt then in my mind that makes the mobo faulty and gigabyte are resposible.rolleyes.gif
post #7 of 7
further update.
After much discusion it was decided that Gigabyte wanted to test my board .that involves me dismanteling my only pc sending the mobo to them hopeing they find something .sadly not happening.
P.S did update to latest bios no change. rolleyes.gif
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