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Thread: RAM isn't recognized correctly after bios update to 3.10 (Asrock p67 pro3)




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    Default Re: RAM isn't recognized correctly after bios update to 3.10 (Asrock p67 pro3)

    Hi, I was wondering if anyone has had progress in fixing this issue as I am also experiencing this exact problem.

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    Default Re: RAM isn't recognized correctly after bios update to 3.10 (Asrock p67 pro3)

    looks like Intel is to blame this time.

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    Default Re: RAM isn't recognized correctly after bios update to 3.10 (Asrock p67 pro3)

    Fxck man, it looks like this is an dead end....

    We should start betting about when a new bios that fix the problem
    is going to be released....

    IF they are aware that problem is there, obviously...

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    Default Re: RAM isn't recognized correctly after bios update to 3.10 (Asrock p67 pro3)

    Emily, would you be kind to comment on this ?
    Are the engineers confident that thr Intel Bios part can be erased/reprogrammed again with the previous Intel firmware ?

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    Default Re: RAM isn't recognized correctly after bios update to 3.10 (Asrock p67 pro3)

    Hope so because i'm still having this problem for almost 2 weeks now.

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    Default Re: RAM isn't recognized correctly after bios update to 3.10 (Asrock p67 pro3)

    I have the exactly the same issue, B2 motherboard, 2 of the 4 modules of RAM not recognized, no overclocking at all...

    Contacted ASRock technical support regarding the matter, I suggest everyone else affected by this issue to do so too so that we can get as much attention to the problem as possible.

    ASRock > Support Request Form

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    Default Re: RAM isn't recognized correctly after bios update to 3.10 (Asrock p67 pro3)

    Guys,

    Ive noticed there is a new bios on asrock website dated 23.05.2012
    almost all the mobos bios had been updated....

    Have any of you given it a go?
    Its stated after 3.10 (same revision as the previous one wtf?) but it comes with a win flasher, instead of
    the annoying automatic flasher from the bios.

    In the meantime, Im waiting for Emily to send me a "special bios" to
    my email so that I can go back to 1.90....whos knows it might
    solve the problem as well...

    I dont know which way take. Any kind soul is willing to test anything before I
    find another cul de sac? :D

    Lets pray!!

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    Default Re: RAM isn't recognized correctly after bios update to 3.10 (Asrock p67 pro3)

    A new updater just became to reject the B2 stepping and seems not to any other changes..

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    Default Re: RAM isn't recognized correctly after bios update to 3.10 (Asrock p67 pro3)

    Quote Originally Posted by affoaffo View Post
    A new updater just became to reject the B2 stepping and seems not to any other changes..
    I wonder if it still requires two reboots as the pop up says, which is from the first update. The instructions for the new versions are completely different, yet the pop up is still there.

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