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Thread: X99M 3.1 and Trident Z (F4-3000C15D-32GTZ) wont boot




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    Default X99M 3.1 and Trident Z (F4-3000C15D-32GTZ) wont boot

    having an Issue with booting up first time on this board (Killer x99m 3.1) . Dr debug giving error Code b0 tried clearing CMOS and inserting sticks one at a time same error. the ram I am using is Trident Z 16GB Dual channel 3000mhz memory (F4-3000C15D-32GTZ) and not on the supported memory list. Is there a Bios setting or Firmware update I can do to use this ram?


    THANKS!

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    Default Re: X99M 3.1 and Trident Z (F4-3000C15D-32GTZ) wont boot

    Dear Drgzrbd,
    I am ASRock TSD Danny.

    We have already released P1.40 BIOS version to enhance the compatibility for 16GB memory modules, therefore we suggest you to update the BIOS for system to try again.
    If possible, please install other memory module and boot up system, then update BIOS to P1.40 BIOS version.
    Please download from link.
    Link:
    http://download.asrock.com/BIOS/2011...1(1.40)ROM.zip
    Please refer to “How to Update” update BIOS from link.
    How to Update Link:
    ASRock - BIOS Upgrade Instruction

    If the symptom isn’t still boot up properly after doing BIOS update, we also provide few ways for you to try.
    1.Please only install necessary device(CPU,one stick memory) to check if the system can boot successfully.
    2.Please change the memory slot by turns to try.
    3.Please re-install the CPU and check if the CPU socket pin bent.
    4.Please switch BIOS chip to another BIOS chip for try.
    5.If possible, please try another memory and CPU for verify.


    Have a great day !
    ASRock TSD Danny

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