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I just have to say that this fix worked for me too, the alt+f12 trick.

I was getting a boot loop after i tried to just get into the bios to make adjustments. Not overclocking yet because it seems too unstable.
Point being, its all default except for a raid set up and I was a victim of a boot loop.

If you guys didnt have this thread I would of rma'd this thing.

Thanks

On a side note, Sandy Bridge kicks ass!

**EDIT** happened again. CANNOT enter bios without it boot looping on me. now the alt+f12 trick isnt working. Its as if it learned the trick and blocked it from going through to keep me out.
nothing else can fix this besides an rma?
Try to clear cmos, and if you get into bios again, use my trick - disable the 'Legacy USB Storage Detect' feature.
    
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post #22 of 26
I had that same board and had the same problem, among others. I ended up returning it and getting an Asus Sabertooth P67. I haven't looked back.
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post #23 of 26
ive been running mine for over 2 weeks now never had this problem im using f2 bios
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Originally Posted by manooti View Post
I just have to say that this fix worked for me too, the alt+f12 trick.

I was getting a boot loop after i tried to just get into the bios to make adjustments. Not overclocking yet because it seems too unstable.
Point being, its all default except for a raid set up and I was a victim of a boot loop.

If you guys didnt have this thread I would of rma'd this thing.

Thanks

On a side note, Sandy Bridge kicks ass!

**EDIT** happened again. CANNOT enter bios without it boot looping on me. now the alt+f12 trick isnt working. Its as if it learned the trick and blocked it from going through to keep me out.
nothing else can fix this besides an rma?
You gotta be using an old BIOS or something.
That boot loop problem hasn't happened on newer bioses in awhile.
The only loop issue is some random loss of OC settings (which doesn't happen to everyone) after the board has been powered off for hours, and that's usually with a PCI card or some external device plugged in, and even then it's intermittent. And that's nothing like what you're seeing.

The only current things known to happen is this:
1) Changing BCLK will often cause the board to hard power down after saving settings in the BIOS. Intended.

2) Changing PLL Overvoltage, if it was previously enabled, to disabled and saving settings always causes the board to power down. Intended.
Oddly enough, it doesn't do it when doing the reverse.
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with f2 bios on b3 ud4 you can disable EIST and c2/c6 but leave c1e enabled and it will fix sleep mode issue when overclocked...
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post #26 of 26
Tried but didn't work. Updated BIOS from F2 to F3 and no more problems. Overclocked to 4.4ghz with 1.28 vcore, 1.26 under load. All stable.

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