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Thread: ASRock P67 Extreme4 Dr Debug POST code "0d"




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    Question ASRock P67 Extreme4 Dr Debug POST code "0d"

    I put together my build and everything worked OK. Installed Win 7. For some reason my SATA LG DVD ROM could not read anything besides the fact that i used it to install windows. I flipped around with drivers, cords with no resolve. Decided to update the BIOS. Updated the bios to the latest version available with instant flash successfully.
    I restarted and I am getting stuck at POST screen now with no errors. Only freeze. The Dr Debug indicator on the mobo shows "0d" - Reserved for future codes etc.
    since its freezing i am unable to flash the bios. I tried resetting CMOS. Tried moving around graphics card and using 1 stick of ram. THere are no other HW connected.
    Anybody ever experienced this?

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    Default Re: ASRock P67 Extreme4 Dr Debug POST code "0d"

    Errrr... I'm stuck in the same situation. hope someone can help us... :(

    Did you update yours to 2.10 too?

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    Default Re: ASRock P67 Extreme4 Dr Debug POST code "0d"

    Hmm, I was able to fix mine. Seems it had some problems with some usb devices.

    What I did:
    Removed / Disconnected my xbox 360 (wired) controller.

    I was able to pass through the AsRock logo and boot.
    Re flash the bios back to 2.00.

    Done!

    I hope this helps.


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    Default Re: ASRock P67 Extreme4 Dr Debug POST code "0d"

    Quote Originally Posted by kulafufu View Post
    Hmm, I was able to fix mine. Seems it had some problems with some usb devices.

    What I did:
    Removed / Disconnected my xbox 360 (wired) controller.

    I was able to pass through the AsRock logo and boot.
    Re flash the bios back to 2.00.

    Done!

    I hope this helps.


    I did same thing and works fine i only had this after i flashed to bios 1.10 mine was in regards to 2 external hard drives but i don't really want to have to plug them in all the time after post hopefully new bios update soon.

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