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Thread: Z68 Extreme 4, boots not, because DVD-UEFI is defect.




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    Default Re: Z68 Extreme 4, boots not, because DVD-UEFI is defect.

    second:
    I see by Equipment manager, why Windows 7 install self it "Intel(R) HD Graphics 3000", i unstall been! But Windows 7 found news drive, than install again!


    And i show some picture of BIOS:






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    Default Re: Z68 Extreme 4, boots not, because DVD-UEFI is defect.

    1. Yes, use PCIe2 and PCIe4, NOT PCIe5.

    2. Video cards with the same number, GTX470, should have the same chips, that should be fine.

    3. That driver is for your i7-2600K's built in graphics. It does not hurt anything to have it there. You have automatic updates enabled in Windows Update, so it will install drivers like that by itself. You can set Windows Update to show you a list of new updates, but you select which ones to install.

    Your BIOS settings look fine. The "IGPU Multi Monitor" setting is only for the HD 3000 graphics that you don't use, you can disable that.

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    Default Re: Z68 Extreme 4, problem by SLI graphics cards, black screen.

    Quote Originally Posted by parsec View Post
    1. Yes, use PCIe2 and PCIe4, NOT PCIe5.

    2. Video cards with the same number, GTX470, should have the same chips, that should be fine.

    3. That driver is for your i7-2600K's built in graphics. It does not hurt anything to have it there. You have automatic updates enabled in Windows Update, so it will install drivers like that by itself. You can set Windows Update to show you a list of new updates, but you select which ones to install.

    Your BIOS settings look fine. The "IGPU Multi Monitor" setting is only for the HD 3000 graphics that you don't use, you can disable that.
    Thanks..!
    I do not understand. SLI graphics cards not functions always remains black screen (monitor not active). Only one graphics feature super! Motherboard does not SLI? What should I do next? I need to have two graphics cards!

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    Last edited by sebibue62; 11-10-2012 at 05:56 PM.
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