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    Default Re: AsRock UEFI/BIOS terror continues.... :o(

    No response and advice from anyone? Same like from AsRock tech-support?

    I was stupid that i bought pro and not pro3 version.... :(
    I just didn't realise that it has already added USB 3.0 (Asrock is mentioning just USB 2.0 in overview at ASRock > P67 Pro3 ) and i didn't like some display shining inside case...

    Pro3 is after a year not available in shops anymore and I need exactly the same clever slot layout (can use 3xPCI and GPU with good cooler)

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    Default Re: AsRock UEFI/BIOS terror continues.... :o(

    Dear Spcxxx,

    Thanks for your reply.
    But we haven't received your question from our website or support page.
    We provide P67 Pro special BIOS P2.25B for you, please try download and update BIOS from below link:

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0D...ew?usp=sharing

    If any question please feel free to contact us.

    Best Wishes,
    ASRock TSD
    Eddy

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    Default Re: AsRock UEFI/BIOS terror continues.... :o(

    Many thanks for this link.... i will try it ASAP and will let you know :o)

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    Default Re: AsRock UEFI/BIOS terror continues.... :o(

    Dear Spcxxx,

    Hello ~

    Can the special BIOS solve your question?
    We also add the special to our website of P67 Pro Beta Zone.
    ASRock > P67 Pro
    Thanks for your reply~~

    have a nice day.

    ASRock TSD
    Eddy.

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    Default Re: AsRock UEFI/BIOS terror continues.... :o(

    Yeah, i realised it is already on AsRock website, so
    yesterday I gather the courage to flash it and HALELUJA it works!
    USB 3.0 controllers now work - thanks!
    (i was confused about different file size of beta BIOS and 2.20 BIOS, so i used `flashing all block` to be sure, but it erased all NVram settings too)


    Till now i found just 2 issues with beta BIOS:
    -the startup text screen is not `fullscreen', just tiny screen in center with huge black borders
    -I was unable to set other HDDs like other boot devices (so in HDD boot priority is set one HDD in first place and in boot devices there is listed just this HDD on all `slots`)

    But i can live with this...
    Last edited by spcxxx; 02-09-2015 at 03:00 PM.

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    Default Re: AsRock UEFI/BIOS terror continues.... :o(

    Dear Spcxxx,

    Due to our boot logo update to black screen at this version, it may take some times to accustom BIOS background but it don't affect any function.
    The second question of boot device peirority please refer below page.
    AsRock UEFI/BIOS terror continues.... :o(-boot-hdd-jpg
    The boot option priorities is for you to choice the boot device type.
    If you want to change HDD as boot up device, please enter to "Hard Drive BBS Priorities" for try.
    Thanks for your reply and suggestion.

    ASRock TSD
    Eddy

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    Default Re: AsRock UEFI/BIOS terror continues.... :o(

    I was thinking about PURE text mode boot (Boot image disabled) with information about progress of booting and device detecting...
    I know it doesn't affect functionality, it is just ugly ;)

    About booting options - if i remember correctly in previous version it was possible to set up `boot option priorities` #1 to #3 and you can choose for example #1- HDD1 #2-HDD2 #3- HDD3.
    Now you have boot options #1 to #5 (i think), but you can assign to any just the harddrive chosen in `hard drive BBS priorities` on the first place.

    But BIOS is working fine (PCIe) and I was pissed about booting priorities behaviour anyway - i have 4 bootable HDDs/SSDs and in case of disconnecting of the only UEFI one and reconnecting back, it switches automatic primary boot to `boot manager` (which is very annoying because it is backup OS which is not supposed to boot and work with on regular base).
    And I'm disconnecting it mostly in case i'm expecting `power on/off rodeo` -> in some cases this mainboard powers on/off rapidly several times, and harddrives don't like such an abuse.

    Anyway i'm happy about my system working fine and `up to date`, it is not about the money - just try to get some modern mainboard where you can attach 3 PCI card and 1 PCIe GPU with big cooler together... (it's like `mission impossible`)
    So thank you for your help again.
    Last edited by spcxxx; 02-09-2015 at 09:29 PM.

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    Default Re: AsRock UEFI/BIOS terror continues.... :o(

    Hello,
    just one trouble with new BIOS.

    With P2.20 were the USB ports still powered-up after shut-down from 5V standby line,
    With 2.25B the power to USB ports is cut down immediately and i can't find any setting inside BIOS that can change this behavior.

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    Default Re: AsRock UEFI/BIOS terror continues.... :o(

    Dear Spcxxx,

    The USB power can be controlled by BIOS setting.
    1.Please enter to BIOS setting >Advanced> South Bridge Configuration>
    Enable "Deep Sx" in "S4-S5".
    2.Then disable other power on setting in the same page.

    Thanks for your reply.
    ASRock TSD
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    Default Re: AsRock UEFI/BIOS terror continues.... :o(

    Many thanks,
    I was thinking about trying this setting - but it has unclear purpose for me and there was no time to check...
    It is looking more like something related to power managment than USB power mode.
    But you are right, if i think about it deeper its main purpose is probably to allow wake-up by USB devices :)

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