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09-15-2019 08:44 PM
Spank7
Quote: Originally Posted by Bobrolak View Post
@GBT-MatthewH
Hi Matthew, at first thanks for all the support you are giving, you rock.
Can you maybe help us with this boot priority issue? Looks like there's at least 4 of us (I am quoting others below, however I am not sure about Hyralak's problem, it may be different thing), who has problems with boot priority. For x570 master problem appeared in F6, generally I think its since adding "Fix compatibility of SATA hot plug and RAIDXpert2 setting"

To visualize Im attaching 2 pictures with most basic setup - 2 different SATA disks only. Boot priority only shows one, random.

In my case I have 6 disks, boot priority only lists one random disk and it never shows disk which I really want to boot , no matter how I connect disks to SATA ports. I am unable to enter "Hard drive BBS priorities". All of my boot disks are CSM-compatible.







It turned out 2 same disk models is not issue on my side. I have this problem also after disconnecting one of the same disks...


No. Just no, you can install windows 10 on CSM, without secure boot. Then you need CSM. I have it installed that way and I am using same windows 10 since 3 motherboards and it works just fine.
I have the exact same problem , the only solution that worked for me so i can be able to put from 1st nvme that has windows was to remove my 3 disks ( nvme 1 , nvme 2 and hdd ) and then install nvme 1 that has windows restart pc entered bios and was ok it had the 1st device now with windows , then i shut down and installed the 2nd one and again shut down and installed the 3rd one.

There is probably some problem with new bios f7a and f6 so its better to have been fixed with the f7
09-15-2019 04:21 PM
drmrlordx
Quote: Originally Posted by arnebanan View Post
Maybe it's got something to do with "SATA hot plug fix" as someone suggested above?
That would be my guess. SATA hotplugging does seem to work now, and Win10 even offers to let me unplug my MX200 SATA3 drive even though I don't want to. Which is fine. That's more-or-less what it's supposed to do, I guess. I'd rather it found my 970 EVO though.

Quote: Originally Posted by Aenra View Post
Random (not in the slightest, but..) musings;
It's still supposed to work. Let's not make excuses for big companies like Gigabyte when they sell people faulty (or misconfigured) equipment. I can't do a cable drop where I live, so it's either a). wifi or b). put the computer right next to the router, which is not currently an option. Imagine my surprise when I found out that the bundled AX200 in my x570 Master has problems on the 5 GHz band in AC mode. Looks like a driver issue. Lots of people are having the problem, and Intel isn't doing much on their support forum to help them. I can buy a USB dongle and get all the fun that comes from USB NICs that overheat (yay) or have latency issues. I could buy a PCIe adapter and get an mPCIe 802.11ax NIC once one comes out that isn't as buggy as the AX200. Or maybe, just maybe, I can get a driver for the equipment I have now that isn't complete bunk. Not holding my breath waiting for that, though.

And though I am not having any trouble with fans on my x570 Master, it seems like the majority of people here with complaints about their fans are complaining about the chipset fan. A dedicated controller would not fix that problem.

Finally, what piece of external equipment do you think we should be purchasing to fix the drive recognition problem? Should we all boot form NAS devices?
09-15-2019 03:10 PM
bigcid10 @Aenra
Bravo!,Couldn't have said it better myself.
09-15-2019 02:49 PM
Juggerone It seems there's still an issue with Gigabyte's RGB Fusion software. I'm running 3600/CL16 B-dies (Trident Z RGB) on Aorus Elite, bios F5a, and while having RGB Fusion installed, at each restart or cold boot, the RAM frequency goes to 2133 - gotta re-enable XMP, save and go (until next restart). As soon as I've removed RGB Fusion the issue was gone.

Apart from that everything seems stable with XMP/PBO on, rest on auto. Reaching 4390mhz all cores ~1.48v and 72-75 degrees, haven't had time for manual OC yet. With CSM off, boot time is about ~15-17 sec (no NVMe SSD, but some SATA old Samsung 840 EVO).


EDIT: And of course something had to be broken. One of my RAM sticks doesn't light up... I'm using 2 sticks and they're placed in A2/B2 slots. Swapped them and the problem carries on with the stick, so I was thinking of RMA but the damn wait time without functional PC is also problematic (lol).
09-15-2019 12:43 PM
pal This is wierd. If I set cpu v core in Bios up to 1.25V I see almost thesame value in hwmonitor. But if I set vcore to 1.28V in hw monitror is juming alaround 1,4 and more V.
bios 1.25V
09-15-2019 12:27 PM
arnebanan Boot problems here to on my Elite board after f4j bios, I have tried a couple later ones but have to return to f4j.
I'm booting from an intel 660p 1tb in the top m.2 slot. If I override boot from within bios I can boot from it in later bioses also, otherwise it boots to one of my 3 hdd's, even though I have them set to disabled as boot devices.

Maybe it's got something to do with "SATA hot plug fix" as someone suggested above?
09-15-2019 11:33 AM
Bobrolak @GBT-MatthewH
Hi Matthew, at first thanks for all the support you are giving, you rock.
Can you maybe help us with this boot priority issue? Looks like there's at least 4 of us (I am quoting others below, however I am not sure about Hyralak's problem, it may be different thing), who has problems with boot priority. For x570 master problem appeared in F6, generally I think its since adding "Fix compatibility of SATA hot plug and RAIDXpert2 setting"

To visualize Im attaching 2 pictures with most basic setup - 2 different SATA disks only. Boot priority only shows one, random.

In my case I have 6 disks, boot priority only lists one random disk and it never shows disk which I really want to boot , no matter how I connect disks to SATA ports. I am unable to enter "Hard drive BBS priorities". All of my boot disks are CSM-compatible.


Quote: Originally Posted by equlix View Post
I have an elite with a 3900x and I updated to F5a and lost the ability to change HDD BBS Priority. Clicking the enter key or pressing the mouse1 button on the menu item has no effect. Loaded defaults and everything but still no change. I am too lazy to switch my sata cables around or reflash the bios so i'm just using F12 to on boot to pick the right drive. But 1t, nt and all core scores are all up so thats a win to me.
Quote: Originally Posted by drmrlordx View Post
I have similar problems (x570 Aorus Master). On mine, I can switch boost priority, but the system won't recognize my 1TB 970 Evo. It only sees my old BPX and my extra SATA3 SSD (MX200). I have to manually select the Evo from the boot menu. Weird stuff.
Quote: Originally Posted by Hyralak View Post
At least you can get into windows more than once. I can not use F12 to pick a boot device as i get the same error. I too wondered if having 2 identical drives was the issue. It would be a pain in the ass to remove one of my drives to test the theory, so i am patiently waiting for a bios that fixes the bug.
It turned out 2 same disk models is not issue on my side. I have this problem also after disconnecting one of the same disks...

Quote: Originally Posted by Waltc View Post
To properly boot into Win10, when you are in the bios, make sure that CSM is disabled.
No. Just no, you can install windows 10 on CSM, without secure boot. Then you need CSM. I have it installed that way and I am using same windows 10 since 3 motherboards and it works just fine.
09-15-2019 09:44 AM
Hyralak
Quote: Originally Posted by Waltc View Post
Couple of things....Why are you using "load optimized defaults"? It takes like 60 seconds in Advanced bios mode to configure your options like you like them--the idea is that your own settings will be superior to optimized defaults. Also, SVM is turned off by default in the bios. To properly boot into Win10, when you are in the bios, make sure that CSM is disabled. It's not critical that secure boot be enabled, but if you only boot into Windows10 from the same boot drive, and you value security to any degree, you'll want to come back into the bios later and turn secure boot on. OK, if and when you boot into Windows10, you will want to pull up Windows 10's Computer Management/Storage/Disk Management application, and look at your boot drive to make sure that it is properly configured by Windows to be your boot drive.

Before that, when the system is posting you can hit F12 a few times to bring up the boot menu--and you can boot from any drive there provided it is a bootable drive--but if you have more than a single bootable drive you will not want to enable secure boot, in most cases.

If you guys are using more than a single OS boot drive you likely want to find a good Boot Manager somewhere to run inside your Windows partition (Bing/Google Boot Manager and take your pick). Easier and less cumbersome, however, to use F12 and simply select your boot device, though.

In all cases, remember that the root partition on any drive you want to boot to must itself be bootable, otherwise you'll see the dreaded "No OS detected" error messages every time.

I used to boot from multiple drives years ago, but I'm sure I may have left something out, here, as I haven't done it a long time. Hope this might help.

I miss typed, i meant to say I enable SVM.
I reset to optimized defaults every time I flash a bios then make changes as needed.

I didn't say I have two boot drives. Just two drives that are the same. Only one is bootable.

F12 gives me the same error regardless of drive selected with bios's after F5.
09-15-2019 09:31 AM
Lao Tzu Hi dudes: my system working with F6a Bios

AORUS X570 PRO WIFI + R7 3700X

All working well, better clocks and performance.

PBO + Auto OC
IF 1800MHz
PCH Fan on Default
Low temps Chipset and VRM
09-15-2019 09:29 AM
prsnlcrcl
Quote: Originally Posted by dmsosno View Post
Hi all, I have x570 Aorus Master. I have a question about m.2. My old setup was NVMe m.2 in M2A_socket and SATA m.2 in M2B_socket. Now I also purchased an Aorus PCIe 4.0 NVMe, which I want to use as the main boot drive. Is it ok to install it in the lower M2C_socket or should I rearrange and use M2A? I know it will disable 2 sata connectors, but that doesn't bother me. Will I lose in speeds if using the chipset integrated socket and not the cpu one?

I have an Xtreme board so I cannot confirm for the Master board. You will want to look at the manual to verify which m.2 slot connects directly to the CPU for your PCIe 4.0 drive. On the Xtreme, it is the top slot. It is probably the same for the Master, but you will want to verify. The other slots go through the chipset and you want to avoid that for the new drive.
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