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Thread: Z68 7 gen 3 Dr. debug error code P0




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    Unhappy Z68 7 gen 3 Dr. debug error code P0

    (New to Tweaktown) Brand new build this very day. I turned it on , entered UEFI checked the settings and loaded windows 7 64. All was fine until I started loading the Asrock drivers. After the first automatic reboot, it is stuck on the welcome screen with a dr.debug code P0 Powered down disconnected every thing tried the clear cmos button, removed and replaced the battery but still stuck Help please

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    Default Re: Z68 7 gen 3 Dr. debug error code P0

    Hi raptor1

    Did you by chance d/l and flash the latest UEFI verion from the Asrock site?

    http://www.asrock.com/mb/download.as...e7 Gen3&o=BIOS

    If not I recommend that you do that after flashing load defaults save and exit then re-enter the UEFI and make whatever changes you need for your system.
    Since you are running 16 Gig Kingston DDR3 @1600 set XMP profile if they are supported if not then you might need to manually set timings and/or voltages and by all means run Memtest86 from a USB stick (read the steps how to create a bootable USB or CD) to test your memory...

    Memtest86.com - Memory Diagnostic

    If everything goes well then go back into windows and try running the ASrock CD again

    Please post back with your findings...

    SaphireX
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    Default Re: Z68 7 gen 3 Dr. debug error code P0

    Hey Saphire,

    Thanks for the tip. As it turns out I installed the PS2 bracket, swapped out the keyboard and mouse and all was well. I did flash the latest Bios although I had to do it three times before it was successful. I'm sure i'll post other issues soon.

    Thanks

    Raptor1

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    Default Re: Z68 7 gen 3 Dr. debug error code P0

    Sorry,

    I forgot the X

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    Default Re: Z68 7 gen 3 Dr. debug error code P0

    Quote Originally Posted by raptor1 View Post
    Hey Saphire,

    Thanks for the tip. As it turns out I installed the PS2 bracket, swapped out the keyboard and mouse and all was well. I did flash the latest Bios although I had to do it three times before it was successful. I'm sure i'll post other issues soon.

    Thanks

    Raptor1
    I don't think you got a P0. You're looking at it upside down. You got a 0d. The code is Hex... so, it can't be P0. Having said that, do you have a wireless keyboard? If so, try booting with a wired keyboard. If I use a wireless keyboard and have to reboot, I get the 0d.

    Good luck
    Ed

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    Default Re: Z68 7 gen 3 Dr. debug error code P0

    Thanks Ed,

    I looked at it four different ways and it looked best as D0. Yes i do use a MS elite wireless keyboard & mouse. The only problem now is the mouse doesn' t function in the UEFI environment but I get around the old fashion way (keyboard). The next challange is My PCI-E REVO. I see some questions on here about bus lane speed, and will wait untill there solved.

    Thanks again

    raptor1

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