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    Exists or will there be a fix for a Cold Boot problem of motherboard ASRock P67 Extreme 4?


    And I'm trying to find a new bios to fix it, but it seems that there is nothing yet ...

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    Default Re: Cold Boot (Double Post) in ASRock p67 Extreme 4

    What cold boot problem?

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    Default Re: Cold Boot (Double Post) in ASRock p67 Extreme 4

    Quote Originally Posted by gordoncanada View Post
    What cold boot problem?
    Something similar to this:

    Hello. I'm having some problems - FixYa
    Odd cold boot issue p67 Extreme4

    but reset the bios dont fix it...

    Asus fixed some bios problems in p67 chipsets... and the ASRock ?

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    Default Re: Cold Boot (Double Post) in ASRock p67 Extreme 4

    By Cold boot you mean dual boot?

    It was fixed ages ago. I belive from UEFI 1.60 and upwards.

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    Default Re: Cold Boot (Double Post) in ASRock p67 Extreme 4

    Quote Originally Posted by radier View Post
    By Cold boot you mean dual boot?

    It was fixed ages ago. I belive from UEFI 1.60 and upwards.
    No, dual boot is other thing, (two or more OS in the system)... Cold boot is when you turn on then PC, the fans spin up, and then you can hear the power supply shut itself off and everything goes dark in the case. And after that the computer powers back up, fans spin up, and everything works as normal.

    Im using 2.10 bios...

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    Default Re: Cold Boot (Double Post) in ASRock p67 Extreme 4

    You have described dual boot ---------- (I can't play well with others)
    As I said it was fixed ages ago on this motherboard, and on entire s.1155 ASRock lineup.

    Check yours memory settings.

    ASRock P67 Extreme4 - updated - Minus.com
    Last edited by casecutter; 04-28-2012 at 10:54 PM.

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    Default Re: Cold Boot (Double Post) in ASRock p67 Extreme 4

    Quote Originally Posted by radier View Post
    You have described dual boot you retard.
    As I said it was fixed ages ago on this motherboard, and on entire s.1155 ASRock lineup.

    Are you drunk ?
    Where are your education ?


    Please study about what you talking about...


    Dual boot is when you Install more than one operating system!


    Multi boot - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


    Plz google it ...read about Dual boot and about Cold boot... you will discover the true...



    I'm using the last bios, without any modifications, and the problem still happening

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    You have described dual boot you retard.
    Remarks like this can get you banned from the forum if someone complains.
    We have members from many countries and English often isn't their primary language. I recently helped in a thread where the OP was using google translator to ask questions and read our replies. Our goal is to share our knowledge and experience, especially with others who aren't as tech savvy as the more knowledgeable members.
    FWIW, many refer to the problem as a "double boot" problem.
    With your condescending attitude many/most will probably avoid helping you if/when you need it.

    I make a habit of never PWPO (posting while pissed off). This post is an exception.
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    Default Re: Cold Boot (Double Post) in ASRock p67 Extreme 4

    Quote Originally Posted by profJim View Post
    Remarks like this can get you banned from the forum if someone complains.
    We have members from many countries and English often isn't their primary language. I recently helped in a thread where the OP was using google translator to ask questions and read our replies. Our goal is to share our knowledge and experience, especially with others who aren't as tech savvy as the more knowledgeable members.
    FWIW, many refer to the problem as a "double boot" problem.
    With your condescending attitude many/most will probably avoid helping you if/when you need it.

    I make a habit of never PWPO (posting while pissed off). This post is an exception.
    Thanks profJim!

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