Re: EP45-DS5 double boot
I have always had double boots on my EP45-UD3P when over clocked. This is with a Q8200 and now an E7400.
No amount of tweaking or adjusting has helped. I have taken everything I can off auto, adjusted voltages etc. It's just something that happens on some Gigabyte boards. Every time the PC is switched off at the mains, the next cold boot will be a double.
A double boot is pretty harmless and in my case the first boot attempt lasts only around a second before it powers off, then boots normally. I tried to sort it for a while but then came to the logical conclusion that it wasn't worth wasting any more of my time on. It's simply a harmless quirk
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