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    Default P67 Xtreme6 problem

    I put together a new build and my system appears to run fine except when I leave it for a few hours. If I leave my computer on all night and go to get on it I can't get it out of sleep mode and the Dr. Debug is showing E1. I have to then restart my computer to get it going again and then it is slow to boot up and then eventually will get going. So I just need to know what the E1 means? My specs are below.

    CPU: i7-2600k
    MOTHERBOARD: ASRock P67 Extreme6 LGA 1155 Intel P67 Motherboard
    RAM: G.SKILL Ripjaws X Series 8GB (2 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1333
    GPU: EVGA 01G-P3-1373-AR GeForce GTX 460 (Fermi) Superclocked EE 1GB
    PSU: OCZ ModXStream Pro OCZ700MXSP 700W ATX12V V2.2 / EPS12V SLI Certified CrossFire Ready 80 PLUS Certified Modular Active PFC
    DVD: SAMSUNG DVD Burner Black SATA Model SH-S223L
    CASE: Cooler Master RC-922M-KKN1-GP HAF 922M
    OS: Windows 7 Enterprise
    Bios: 1.10

    Thanks

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    Default Re: P67 Xtreme6 problem

    Hi, i have a similar problem, my system is:
    i7 2600k, Asrock P67 Extreme6(latest firmware.1.60)
    Corsair TX 650, Ati 5450, ssd ocz vertex3, 6GB ddr3 1333MHz(1x2 gb, 1x4gb kingmax)
    CM 690, Win7 x64 home premium.
    0xE1 means S3 Boot Script execution
    Is there a solution for that?
    I was testing my computer and I went to sleep mode. Than I again started the computer, but motherboard is constantly restarting and it shows 0xE1 (Dr.Debug codes).
    Is there anybody with that problem, and can you tell me the solution of problem?

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    Default Re: P67 Xtreme6 problem

    I have a similar problem that I found to be caused by some incompatible hardware. In my case, it was an old LSI 8408E PCIe 8x RAID card. I had to change the option in the BIOS to only allow S1 mode (keeps the system powered up more). To find what's causing your script lockup, you would need to test each component in the safest setting. No overclocking, underclocking RAM, using a basic HDD, and maybe only generic WHQL video drivers, ect. Then start updating each one until the problem comes back to discover what is stopping the wakeup from S3 script.

    On a side note: Having an unmatched pair of memory can limit performance and stability. I've not tested it directly, but that may limit the CPU to use single channel memory mode. However, it might just be using dual asymmetrical mode where the performance loss is only when using the extra 2GB of the 4GB chip.

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    Lightbulb Re: P67 Xtreme6 problem

    There is a chipset flaw when system after OC cannot be resumed properly from a sleep mode. Intel and ASRock as well as other manufacturers are working on solution.

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    Default Re: P67 Xtreme6 problem

    I've got the same problem too.

    P1.63 Beta bios, (even though the zip file said it was 1.85). Over clocked to 4.4GHz. Standard everything else. Windows 7 64bit Pro.

    It was working when I was using my build equipment like standard PS2 keyboard, USB corded mouse and a using DVI Dongle to VGA 19" LCD. It was OC to 4.8 and resume was working fine. There was couple of Bluescreens when I left a USB key in the USB3 port.

    Now its stuck too on error E1 (S3 resume script?)

    I have a G15 Keyboard, G9 Mouse, Dell 30" with CSR Bluetooth, UbiKey and a TrackIr5 in its USB slots and a Dell 22" with a USB webcam (creative) built in.

    I'll have to start unplugging each one to see who the culprit one is.
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    Default Re: P67 Xtreme6 problem

    The can't resume from s3 sleep (showing e1 on debug led) is a known bug with overclocking on all P67/H67 (and other 6 series chipsets). You would need to disable overclocking and/or PLL Over voltage settings to allow Sleep to work again.

    I heard the issue was not happening on some board/bios where users were using 2133Mhz memory because AsRock fixed the bug when they also fixed some memory speed multiplier issue [with 2133Mhz memory]. I cannot confirm this.

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