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the method i mentioned is to manually release the voltages out of the cmos thereby clearing it... then there is a button to clear the cmos... i do it twice just to make sure... it's sort of redundant but it will make sure everything is out
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the method i mentioned is to manually release the voltages out of the cmos thereby clearing it... then there is a button to clear the cmos... i do it twice just to make sure... it's sort of redundant but it will make sure everything is out
I must be missing something then? I don't see a button to clear it. I thought removing the battery cleared it?

I tried your method, but it was a no go. Still blinking red, but then they fail and stay at red. There's a V difference between my old ones (1.65v) and my new ones (1.5v). Where is this CMOS button?
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you should either have a button as most asus boards do to clear it... or a jumer with a cap on (you will have to take the cap off and rearrange it a certain way then put it back normally to clear).... Look in your manual and check for input switches or jumpers and it should tell you.

This is probably your problem... you aren't fully clearing your cmos
Edited by badatgames18 - 4/1/11 at 9:56pm
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unplug ac power cable
remove battery
press the power button a couple times to ensure no power and remove any electricity from rig
move jumper from left to right position.
wait for a few minutes.
move jumper from right to left (back to default)
pop battery back in
plug ac cable in
and power on

Hopefully that should definitely clear the cmos. Works everytime for me


EDIT: use slot 2 and 4 for ram
Edited by munaim1 - 4/1/11 at 9:59pm
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Originally Posted by munaim1 View Post
unplug ac power cable
remove battery
press the power button a couple times to ensure no power and remove any electricity from rig
move jumper from left to right position.
wait for a few minutes.
move jumper from right to left (back to default)
pop battery back in
plug ac cable in
and power on

Hopefully that should definitely clear the cmos. Works everytime for me


EDIT: use slot 2 and 4 for ram
this... find the clear cmos jumper... it should be on the bottom of your motherboard if it is anything like their rog boards.
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Thanks guys.

I think I'm getting a little farther now. The memtest has been going on for several minutes and still wont' reach a pass/fail (green/red). How long should I wait on it?
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6-9 passes would be good... you got it to boot?

oh i thought you had memtest on already... in that case, if you cleared the cmos through the jumper... sounds like you'll need to rma something. Probably your mobo
Edited by badatgames18 - 4/1/11 at 10:31pm
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Wdym 6-9 passes?

No boot yet, DRAM led is still flashing red.

edit: should my new RAM be in when I'm clearing the CMOS or should all slots be empty>
Edited by SyrianGasol HatesApple - 4/1/11 at 10:33pm
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I had the same exact problem on my first boot... Turns out the RAM wasn't pushed all the way in. I really hate the new way RAM is put into the P8P67 Pro, it's really annoying.

Make sure the RAM is pushed all the way in/locked.
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I had the same exact problem on my first boot... Turns out the RAM wasn't pushed all the way in. I really hate the new way RAM is put into the P8P67 Pro, it's really annoying.

Make sure the RAM is pushed all the way in/locked.
Tried that like a billion times Thanks for the suggestion though.
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