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    Default Gigabyte Award X58 BIOS LED Debug Codes

    Here is a list of the X58 Debug codes (Credit's to Saaya's post here at XS)

    The most common Debug codes, what they mean, and how to work with them.
    This Guide is intended for the Foxconn QuantumForce BloodRage board, but the codes should be identical or very similar on all Mainboards with Award BIOSes (Gigabyte, DFI, etc)
    If your problem isnt described in this list or the tips listed here dont help you, send me a private message. Before you do, please search the foxconn section here on xs to see if anybody else has the same or a similar problem and post in that topic/thread.

    no LED all fans spinning
    If the Board powers on with all fans spinning and all LEDs running but the DEBUG display doesnt display any POST codes and nothing else happens, then the PWM probably cant get enough juice, there is no cpu installed or the installed cpu is damaged, broken, or not supported. But check if the 8Pin 12V plug and the 24Pin ATX PSU power plugs are plugged in properly, make sure they dont bend too much or haven a lose cable. Check another PSU if possible. If nothing helps, power off the mainboard, switch the vbat discharge jumper on the bottom left of the board to disconnect the battery and wait a few minutes, then set it back to default and power the mainboard on again. The default position for this jumper is 1-2, meaning the jumper should cover the left and middle pin.

    board shuts down, Debug LED flashes for half a second
    If the Board powers on when you push the power button but shuts off almost immediatly after that, and the debug LED display flashed for a fraction of a second, then check if the 8Pin 12v plug and the 24Pin ATX PSU power plugs are connected properly. Make sure the board doesnt bend too much and check another psu if possible. If nothing helps, power off the mainboard, switch the vbat discharge jumper on the bottom left of the board to disconnect the battery and wait a few minutes, then set it back to default and power the mainboard on again. The default position for this jumper is 1-2, meaning the jumper should cover the left and middle pin.

    E8 -> 01 -> b2 -> 00 looping
    If the board powers un and keeps looping from E8 to 01 to b2 to 00 and back to E8 again, check if the memory is installed properly and try to boot with only 1 stick and try each slot individually. If one of the slots doesnt work, please power off the mainboard and psu and check if any of the pins inside the 1366 CPU socket is bent. If yes then send me a pm or contact the foxconn tech support. If the pins are alright and he memory is plugged in properly, make sure you didnt misconfigure the memory controller and set an unsupported multiplier or an unsupported combination of multipliers. Reset the bios and try again. If it still doesnt work your memory might be damaged or the SPD corrupt, or simply not supported. Please check the BloodRage memory compatibility list and send me a pm if your memory is not on the list and doesnt seem to work.

    2b
    When the system powers on and the Debug LED shows the usual POST code sequence but hangs on 2b or you get a beep code as soon as the sequence reaches 2b, then the Mainboard cant detect your Videocard properly. Note that the POST code sequence might not halt at 2b but continue, so the final POST Code it displays could be FF, 00 or 7F which means the Maiboard booted, entered BIOS, or OC recovery kicked in and is waiting for Input to enter BIOS. Since the Videocard couldnt be detected properly you will only see a black Monitor and either 2b, FF, 00 or 7F. Check if there is something wrong with the Videocard, the PCIE slot or BUS, the Monitor or monitor cable. Turn the Monitor on and off, switch the Monitor cable from one D-SUB or DVI plug to the other in case your Videocard has two. If this doesnt help then reboot and load the optimized defaults. If that doesnt help either try another Videocard if possible, or try the Videocard in another system to make sure its working properly. Try another monitor or try the Monitor on another System.

    7F
    When the system detects that a critical error happened during the last boot attempt or several boot attempts failed, so OC recovery kicked in. There should be a message displayed on the Display informing you that OC revocery kicked in and that its waiting for your input to enter BIOS. If you cant see this message cause your Display stays black, please check the description for POST Code 2b.

    00
    Your in the BIOS right now, if you cant see the BIOS cause your Display stays black, please check the description for POST Code 2b. If this is part of a loop please check the point "E8 -> 01 -> b2 -> 00 looping" above.

    Intel MRC Code
    This block of code has to be implemented in every Intel based platform BIOS. It initializes and configures the processor and runs bus training and adusting routines. It adjusts clockskews, read/write leveling, signal termination resistors and several chipset timings dynamically depending on the trace length, signal quality, timing and memory installed in the motherboard. If the MRC code hangs or the board cant pas the MRC code and resets it usually points towards memory problems and unsupported multiplier settings or a unsupported combination of multipliers.


    Shut down If the board shuts down after a second and the Debug LEDs flash for a fraction of a second, the PWM cant get enough juice
    7F OC Recovery
    b0 Intel Core i7 MRC Code - Chipset - check above
    b1 Intel Core i7 MRC Code - Chipset - check above
    b2 Intel Core i7 MRC Code - Memory - check above
    b3 Intel Core i7 MRC Code - CPU - check above
    b4 Intel Core i7 MRC Code - Memory - check above
    b5 Intel Core i7 MRC Code - CPU - check above
    b6 Intel Core i7 MRC Code - Memory - check above
    b7 Intel Core i7 MRC Code - Memory - check above
    b8 Intel Core i7 MRC Code - Memory - check above
    01 Intel Core i7 MRC Code - Memory - check above
    02 Intel Core i7 MRC Code - Memory - check above
    03 Intel Core i7 MRC Code - Memory - check above
    04 Intel Core i7 MRC Code - Memory - check above
    05 Intel Core i7 MRC Code - CPU - check above
    b9 Intel Core i7 MRC Code - Memory - check above
    bA Intel Core i7 MRC Code - Memory - check above
    bb Intel Core i7 MRC Code - Memory - check above
    bc Intel Core i7 MRC Code - Memory - check above
    bd Intel Core i7 MRC Code - CPU - check above
    be Intel Core i7 MRC Code - CPU - check above
    bF Intel Core i7 MRC Code - CPU - check above
    dd unsupported Multiplier or unsupported combination of Multipliers


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    Last edited by Lsdmeasap; 04-24-2010 at 06:13 PM.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte Award X58 BIOS LED Debug Codes

    A0 Reserved/Unused
    A1 Reserved/Unused
    A2 Reserved/Unused
    A3 Reserved/Unused
    A4 Reserved/Unused
    A5 Reserved/Unused
    A6 Reserved/Unused
    A7 Reserved/Unused
    A8 Reserved/Unused
    A9 Reserved/Unused
    AA Reserved/Unused
    Ab Reserved/Unused
    AC Reserved/Unused
    Ad Reserved/Unused
    AE Reserved/Unused
    AF Reserved/Unused
    b0 Error: Interupt in protected mode
    b1 Unclaimed NMI
    b2 Reserved/Unused
    b3 Reserved/Unused
    b4 Reserved/Unused
    b5 Reserved/Unused
    b6 Reserved/Unused
    b7 Reserved/Unused
    b8 Reserved/Unused
    b9 Reserved/Unused
    bA Reserved/Unused
    bb Reserved/Unused
    bC Reserved/Unused
    bd Reserved/Unused
    bE Reserved/Unused
    bF Program Chipset
    C0 CPU status flag test, CPU register test, memory refresh test
    C1 Detect memory, Auto-detection of DRAM size, type and ECC, Auto-detection of L2 cache
    C2 Early memory initialization
    C3 Extended memory initialization
    C4 Display switch configuration
    C5 Call chipset hook to copy BIOS back to E000 & F000 in shadow, prepare fastboot hook
    C6 External Cache detection
    C7 Reserved/Unused
    C8 Reserved/Unused
    C9 Reserved/Unused
    CA Reserved/Unused
    Cb Reserved/Unused
    CC Reserved/Unused
    Cd Reserved/Unused
    CE Reserved/Unused
    CF Cmos integrity check
    d0 Reserved/Unused
    d1 Reserved/Unused
    d2 Reserved/Unused
    d3 Reserved/Unused
    d4 Reserved/Unused
    d5 Reserved/Unused
    d6 Reserved/Unused
    d7 Reserved/Unused
    d8 Reserved/Unused
    d9 Reserved/Unused
    dA Reserved/Unused
    db Reserved/Unused
    dC Reserved/Unused
    dd Reserved/Unused
    dE Reserved/Unused
    dF Reserved/Unused
    E0 Reserved/Unused
    E1 Set up Page1
    E2 Set up Page3
    E3 Set up Page3
    E4 Set up Page4
    E5 Set up Page5
    E6 Set up Page6
    E7 Set up Page7
    E8 Set up Page8
    E9 Set up Page9
    EA Set up Page10
    Eb Set up Page11
    EC Set up Page12
    Ed Set up Page13
    EE Set up Page14
    EF Set up Page15
    FF booting (from Int 19h) [If the Debug LEDs show FF but the Display stays black, possibly combined with one long and two short beep codes, check the detailled description of POST code 2b on the top]
    00 Your in the BIOS menu right now (if part of a loop check above)
    01 Force chipset defaults
    02 Reserved/Unused
    03 Initial Superio_Early_Init switch
    04 Reserved/Unused
    05 Blank out screen, Clear CMOS error flag
    06 Reserved/Unused
    07 Clear 8042 interface, Initialize 8042 self-test
    08 Test special keboard controller for Winbond 977 series superIO chips, enable keyboard interface
    09 Reserved/Unused
    0A Detect PS/2 mouse/keyboard
    0b Detect Onboard Audio
    0C Reserved/Unused
    0d Reserved/Unused
    0E CMOS Integrity Check
    0F Reserved/Unused
    10 Auto Detect EEPROM
    11 Reserved/Unused
    12 CMOS Check
    13 Reserved/Unused
    14 Program Chipset registers with CMOS values
    15 Reserved/Unused
    16 Clock Init
    17 Reserved/Unused
    18 Identify CPU and Init L1/L2 cache
    19 Reserved/Unused
    1A Reserved/Unused
    1b Set up Interupt Vector Table
    1C Reserved/Unused
    1d Early Processor Management Init
    1E Finished Loading BIOS Menu
    1F Re-Init Keyboard
    20 Reserved/Unused
    21 HPM initialization (notebook platform)
    22 Reserved/Unused
    23 Check validity of RTC value: e.g. a value of 5Ah is an invalid value for RTC minute. Load CMOS settings into BIOS stack. If CMOS checksum fails, use the default values instead. Prepare BIOS resource map for PCI & PnP use. If ESCD is valid, take into consideration of the ESCD's legacy information. Onboard clock generator initialization. Disable respective clock resource to empty PCI & DIMM slots. Early PCI initialization: Enumerate PCI bus number, Assign memory & I/O resource, search for valid VGA device & VGA BIOS and put it into C000:0
    24 Reserved/Unused
    25 Reserved/Unused
    26 Reserved/Unused
    27 Initialize KBC and prepare INT 09 buffer to load BIOS Data
    28 Reserved/Unused
    29 Read CMOS 14h to detect video adapter
    2A Reserved/Unused
    2b Invoke vga BIOS
    2C Reserved/Unused
    2d VGA Bios loaded, initializing display output, display VGA BIOS details, Award BIOS details, CPU type, CPU speed etc
    2E Reserved/Unused
    2F Reserved/Unused
    30 Reserved/Unused
    31 Reserved/Unused
    32 Reserved/Unused
    33 Set up PS2 Mouse and reset keyboard (except Winbond 977 series Super I/O chips)
    34 Reserved/Unused
    35 Test DMA Channel 0
    36 Reserved/Unused
    37 Test DMA Channel 1
    38 Reserved/Unused
    39 Test DMA Page Registers
    3A Reserved/Unused
    3b Reserved/Unused
    3C Test 8254 Timer 0 Counter 2
    3d Reserved/Unused
    3E Test if 8259 Channel 1 interrupt bits are masked correctly by turning the interupt lines on and off
    3F Reserved/Unused
    40 Test if 8259 Channel 2 interrupt bits are masked correctly by turning the interupt lines on and off
    41 Reserved/Unused
    42 Reserved/Unused
    43 Test 8259 Interup Functionality
    44 Reserved/Unused
    45 Reserved/Unused
    46 Reserved/Unused
    47 Initialize EISA slot
    48 Reserved/Unused
    49 Extend base memory from 256K to 640K and extend memory above 1MB
    4A Reserved/Unused
    4b Reserved/Unused
    4C Reserved/Unused
    4d Reserved/Unused
    4E Test base memory from 256K to 640K and extend memory above 1MB with various patterns
    4F Reserved/Unused
    50 Initialize USB
    51 Reserved/Unused
    52 Test all memory above 1MB in virtual 8086 mode
    53 Reserved/Unused
    54 Reserved/Unused
    55 Detect CPU Speed, display CPU String and enable additional CPU features
    56 Reserved/Unused
    57 Display PnP logo
    58 Reserved/Unused
    59 Initialize Virus protection
    5A Early Chipset, VGA, SuperIO and Interface Init
    5b (Optional Feature) Show message for entering AWDFLASH.EXE from FDD
    5C Chipset defaults loaded
    5d Initialize Onboard SuperIO (Floppy, Hardwaremonitor, legacy ports and buses)
    5E Set up Interup Vector Table
    5F Test CMOS Interface and Battery Status
    60 Okay to enter Setup utility, users can not enter the CMOS setup utility before this POST stage
    61 Init VGA
    62 Test video memory
    63 Detect and Initialize basic Mouse driver
    64 Test 8259
    65 Initialize PS/2 Mouse
    66 Detect Boot Devices
    67 ACPI Init
    68 PM Init
    69 Init Cache Controller
    6A Reserved/Unused
    6b Program chipset registers according to items described in Setup & Auto-configuration table
    6C Reserved/Unused
    6d Init Floppy controller
    6E Reserved/Unused
    6F Detect Floppy drives
    70 Reserved/Unused
    71 Reserved/Unused
    72 Reserved/Unused
    73 Init PATA/SATA HDD Controller
    74 Reserved/Unused
    75 Detect PATA/SATA HDDs
    76 Reserved/Unused
    77 detect serial ports & parallel ports (including the Game Port)
    78 Reserved/Unused
    79 Reserved/Unused
    7A detect & install math co-processors
    7b Reserved/Unused
    7C Check HDD Write protection Flag
    7d Reserved/Unused
    7E Reserved/Unused
    7F Switch back to text mode if full screen logo is supported. If error occur, report errors & wait for keys. If no errors occur or F1 key is pressed to contine: Clear EPA or customization logo, On FOXCONN boards: OC recovery kicked in, waiting for input to enter BIOS (if your monitor stays black check if the board beeped during POST code 2b, if yes see POST code 2b)
    80 preparing to boot
    81 Reserved/Unused
    82 Request BIOS Password
    83 Save all CMOS Data to DRAM
    84 Enable NMI, partiy checker and cache
    85 Initialize additional Onboard Controllers and USB devices
    86 Reserved/Unused
    87 Reserved/Unused
    88 Reserved/Unused
    89 Reserved/Unused
    8A Reserved/Unused
    8b reserved - might be PPM/Turbo initialization
    8C Reserved/Unused
    8d Reserved/Unused
    8E Reserved/Unused
    8F Reserved/Unused
    90 Reserved/Unused
    91 Reserved/Unused
    92 Reserved/Unused
    93 Enable Boot Sector Protection
    94 Final Processor and Chipset initialization
    95 program daylight saving, update keyboard LED & typematic rate and default Numlock setting
    96 build MP table, build & update ESCD, set CMOS century to 20h or 19h, load CMOSD time into DOS timer tick, build MSIRQ routing table
    97 Reserved/Unused
    98 Reserved/Unused
    99 Reserved/Unused
    9A Reserved/Unused
    9b Reserved/Unused
    9C Reserved/Unused
    9d Reserved/Unused
    9E Reserved/Unused
    9F Reserved/Unused
    FF booting (from Int 19h) [If the Debug LEDs show FF but the Display stays black, possibly combined with one long and two short beep codes, check the detailled description of POST code 2b on the top]



    Normal Boot Sequence:
    This is the sequence of POST codes you should see when booting up, note that some of them only flash on for a fraction of a second

    b8 Intel Core i7 MRC Code - check above
    b9 Intel Core i7 MRC Code - check above
    1F Intel Core i7 MRC Code - check above
    C1 Detect memory, Auto-detection of DRAM size, type and ECC, Auto-detection of L2 cache
    C3 Expand compressed BIOS codes to DRAM
    02 reserved
    03 Initial Superio_Early_Init switch
    A0 Detect PS/2 mouse/keyboard
    A1 reserved
    2b Invoke vga BIOS
    2d VGA Bios loaded, initializing display output, display VGA BIOS details, Award BIOS details, CPU type, CPU speed etc
    33 Reset keyboard except Winbond 977 series Super I/O chips
    49 Calculate total memory by testing the last double word of each 64K page
    4E Program MTTR of M1 CPU, Initialize L2 cache for P6 class CPU & program CPU with proper cacheable range, Initialize the APIC for P6 class CPU, On MP platform, adjust the cacheable range to smaller one in case the cacheable ranges between each CPU are not identical.
    50 Initialize USB
    52 Test all memory (clear all extended memory to 0)
    75 detect & install all IDE devices: HDD, LS120, ZIP, CDROM etc
    8b reserved - might be PPM/Turbo initialization
    94 enable L2 cache, program boot up speed, chipet final initialization, power management final initialization, clear screen & display summary table, program K6 compatible write allocation, program P6 class compatible write combining
    96 build MP table, build & update ESCD, set CMOS century to 20h or 19h, load CMOSD time into DOS timer tick, build MSIRQ routing table
    FF booting (Int 19h) If the Debug LEDs show FF but the Display stays black, check the detailled description of POST code 2b on the top

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    Default Re: Gigabyte Award X58 BIOS LED Debug Codes

    Quick POST Codes
    65 - Init onboard device Early Initialized the super IO Reset Video controller Keyboard controller init Test the Keyboard Initialized the mouse Onboard audio controller initialize if exist. Check the intergraty of the ROM, BIOS and message Check Flash type and copy flash write/erase routines to 0F000h segments Check Cmos Circuitry and reset CMOS Program the chipset registers with CMOS values Init onboard clock generator
    66 - Early Sytem setup Check the CPU ID and init L1/L2 cache Initialize first 120 interrupt vectors with SPURIOUS_INT_HDLR and INT 00h-1Fh according to INT_TBL First step initialize if single CPU onboard. Re-init KB If support HPM, HPM get initialized here
    67 - KBC and CMOS Init Verifies CMOS is working correctly, detects bad battery.If failed, load CMOS defaults and load into chipset Final Initial KBC and setup BIOS data area.
    68 - Video Init Read CMOS location 14h to find out type of video in use. Detect and Initialize Video Adapter. Test video memory, write sign-on message to screen. Setup shadow RAM - Enable shadow according to Setup.
    69 - 8259 Init Init 8259 channel 1 and mask IRQ 9
    6A - Memory test Quick Memory Test
    6B - CPU Detect and IO init Detect CPU speed and display CPU vendor specific version string and turn on all necessary CPU features Display PnP logo and PnP early init Setup virus protect according to Setup. If required, will auto load Awdflash.exe in POST Initializing onboard superIO
    6C - Reserved
    6D - Reserved
    6E - Reserved
    6F - Reserved
    70 - Setup Init Display setup message and enable setup functions Detect if mouse is present, initialize mouse, install interrupt vectors. Special treatment to PS2 Mouse port ACPI sub-system initializing
    71 - Setup Cache Controller Initialize cache controller.
    72 - Install FDD Enter setup check and auto configuration check up Initialize floppy disk drive controller and any drives. Install FDD and setup BIOS data area parameters
    73 - Install HDD Initialize hard drive controller and any drives. IDE device detection and install Initialize any serial and parallel ports (also game port).
    74 - Detect & Initialize Math Coprocessor Initialize math coprocessor.
    75 - HDD Check for Write protection HDD check out
    76 - Reserved
    77 - Display POST error Check POST error and display them and ask for user intervention Ask password security (optional).
    78 - CMOS and Option ROM Init Write all CMOS values back to RAM and clear screen. Enable parity checker Enable NMI, Enable cache before boot. Initialize any option ROMs present from C8000h to EFFFFh. NOTE: When FSCAN option is enabled, ROMs initialize from C8000h to F7FFFh.
    79 - Reserved
    7A - Reserved
    7B - Reserved
    7D - Boot Medium detection Read and store boot partition head and cylinders values in RAM
    7E - Final Init Final init for last micro details before boot
    7F - Special KBC patch Set system speed for boot Setup NumLock status according to Setup
    80 - Boot Attempt Set low stack Boot via INT 19h.
    FF - Boot
    S4 POST Codes
    5A - Early Chipset Init Early Initialized the super IO Reset Video controller Keyboard controller init Test the Keyboard Initilized the mouse
    5B - Cmos Check Check Cmos Circuitry and reset CMOS
    5C - Chipset default Prog Program the chipset registers with CMOS values. Init onboard clock generator
    5D - Identify the CPU Check the CPU ID and init L1/L2 cache
    5E - Setup Interrupt Vector Table Initialize first 120 interrupt vectors with SPURIOUS_INT_HDLR and INT 00h-1Fh according to INT_TBL First step initialize if single CPU Onboard. Re-init KB If support HPM, HPM get initialized Here.
    5F - Test CMOS Interface and Battery status. Verifies CMOS is working correctly, detects bad battery.If failed, load CMOS defaults and load into chipset
    60 - KBC final Init Final Initial KBC and setup BIOS data area
    61 - Initialize Video Interface. Read CMOS location 14h to find out type of video in use. Detect and Initialize Video Adapter.
    62 - Video memory test Test video memory, write sign-on message to screen. Setup shadow RAM - Enable shadow according to Setup.
    63 - Setup PS2 mouse and Setup PS2 Mouse and reset KB test DMA Test DMA channel 0
    64 - Test 8259 Test 8259 channel 1 and mask IRQ 9
    65 - Init Boot Device Detect if mouse is present, initialize mouse, install interruptvectors. Special treatment to PS2 Mouse port ACPI sub-system initializing Initialize cache controller.
    66 - Install Boot Devices Enter setup check and autoconfiguration check up Initialize floppy disk drive controller and any drives. Install FDD and setup BIOS data area Parameters Initialize hard drive controller and any drives. IDE device detection and install
    67 - Cache Init Cache init and USB init
    68 - PM init PM initialization
    69 - PM final Init and issue SMI Final init Before resume
    FF - Full on
    BootBlock POST Codes
    01 - Base memory test Clear base memory area (0000:0000--9000:ffffh)
    05 - KB init Initialized KBC
    12 - Install interrupt vectors Install int. vector (0-77), and initialized 00-1fh to their proper place
    0D - Init Video Video initializing
    41 - Init FDD Scan floppy and media capacity for onboard superIO
    FF - Boot Load boot sector


    http://www.elstonsystems.com/dl/postcode-award.pdf


    LED Error POST code 89 has been confirmed to be incompatible CPU, as well as b8/68 (Such as 980X on a X58 board with incompatible BIOS)

    88 is dead CPU, but can also be dead/incompatible PSU or dead motherboard
    Last edited by Lsdmeasap; 04-24-2010 at 06:11 PM.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte Award X58 BIOS LED Debug Codes

    I vote for making this thread a stIcky !
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    Default Re: Gigabyte Award X58 BIOS LED Debug Codes

    It is linked in my signature, always has been.

    I think we have a bit too many stickies right now though, maybe later if I can combine a few or unsticky something I might. I accidentally deleted the original thread this was in, so I had to make a new one.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte Award X58 BIOS LED Debug Codes

    Also see Intel post code page
    Desktop Boards — Port 80h POST codes

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