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06-02-2018 04:47 PM
howeven
Quote: Originally Posted by Fizbin View Post
Can anyone tell me if the Skylake crash/freezing bug was ever fixed (BIOS UPDATE) with the Asus Z170 boards? If I do a date search with google, all chatter about this bug ceases after July 2017.

Thanks.
Are you referring to the crashes related to the first round of the meltdown related micro updates (e.g. 3703 on the Z170-A)? If so, I very rarely encountered them myself, but with the release of 3802 (2018/04/27) I have not experienced a single one. I haven't been running this version for nearly as long, but I feel like I should have experienced a crash by now if the issue was still present.

Also a big thanks to everyone that has contributed to this thread, there's been a lot of great information here.
05-24-2018 01:27 AM
Fizbin Can anyone tell me if the Skylake crash/freezing bug was ever fixed (BIOS UPDATE) with the Asus Z170 boards? If I do a date search with google, all chatter about this bug ceases after July 2017.

Thanks.
04-01-2018 11:31 AM
misoonigiri
Quote: Originally Posted by Jeronbernal View Post
Hey guys, i could really use your help right now...

USB JUMPER QUESTION MAXIMUS VIII FORMULA Z170

I recently came into a problem, i got the dreaded USB Over current status detected, 15 seconds until shutdown.

I've disconnected all my USB Ports, ive disconnected fpanel, and fpanel usb 3.0

Checked two different keyboards, and am not really sure what else to do...

Last resort, i read somewhere that i can try to find the usb jumper and jump them...

could anyone tell me where they are on the m8f? and how can i go about jumping them?

thanks guys, i really appreciate it.. any help would be greatly appreciated as i am already having a really bad day.
Are you are referring to this thread?
http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/...n-seconds.html

I believe they are talking abt JUSB_PW1, JUSB_PW2 for msi board, though I'm uncertain what they're for
http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/...sb-device.html
03-31-2018 09:18 PM
The Pook
Quote: Originally Posted by davidm71 View Post
Any Z170-WS owners out there running SLI and having issues with the 3105 bios posting to the wrong gpu?

Thanks
Started having that issue in my non-SLI build on Z170-E ... not a real issue, past POST it goes back to the right monitor. But half the time the BIOS comes up on my 950/second monitor and half the time it goes to my 1060/main monitor. Kind of irritating.

Nothing in the BIOS changed and nothing hardware wise changed and it just started doing it about a month ago an never could figure out why
03-31-2018 08:28 PM
Jeronbernal Hey guys, i could really use your help right now...

USB JUMPER QUESTION MAXIMUS VIII FORMULA Z170

I recently came into a problem, i got the dreaded USB Over current status detected, 15 seconds until shutdown.

I've disconnected all my USB Ports, ive disconnected fpanel, and fpanel usb 3.0

Checked two different keyboards, and am not really sure what else to do...

Last resort, i read somewhere that i can try to find the usb jumper and jump them...

could anyone tell me where they are on the m8f? and how can i go about jumping them?

thanks guys, i really appreciate it.. any help would be greatly appreciated as i am already having a really bad day.
03-31-2018 08:42 AM
davidm71 Any Z170-WS owners out there running SLI and having issues with the 3105 bios posting to the wrong gpu?

Thanks
01-27-2018 01:18 AM
mrgnex Is it possible for my motherboard to cause my PC not to boot? Every light is on and everything seems fine but if I press the power button nothing happens. When I switch off the PSU, wait for a few minutes and then mash the power button as I turn on the PSU it boots and everything works wonderfully. It just doesn't wanna turn on. I tried resetting the CMOS but to no avail.
01-18-2018 03:05 PM
zzztopzzz I did, just forgot mention it. Sort of goes without saying. Used Revo then CC for a cleanup.
01-18-2018 10:25 AM
Daytraders Surely i would have thought, you should uninstall old version first ?
01-18-2018 10:15 AM
zzztopzzz Here's the AI Suite 3 fix from Asus Support:

https://www.asuswebstorage.com/navigate/s/DF2DE4CE4EAB462AB1E30D8CE559DBBFY

You may or may not have to jump through some hoops.

0. Uninstall old AI Suite 3 and reboot.

1. Temporarily turn off the firewall.

2. Restart though Settings> Updates & Security> Recovery> Advanced Startup>

3. Select the F8 option

4. Using 7-ZIP to unpack the downloaded file but first right click on it and select the "Unblock" option.

6. Run as Administrator and proceed to install the file.

7. Reboot and you're good to go.

Note: Some of you may get lucky and just get away with a straight install. Good luck! biggrin.gif
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