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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    I ve opened a discution with gigabyte for this problem if anyone got the same please tell me:

    on the system:
    x58.g1.guerrilla
    i7-970
    sandisk extreme II (marvell se9182 6g)
    vertex2e (Intel ICH10 3g)


    The boad is functionnal but on each first boot the system is quite long when "detecting IDE" and don t detect any drive on marvell controler so it boot on the intel controler drive...

    I have to reboot or (ctrl+alt+supr) durring the boot [the keyboard seems to be no responding until the "ide dectect" is slow] the system on this second reboot work normaly the "ide detect" become fast and detect the sandisk drive quikly but I still have to press "f12" to boot on it because he have desapear from the priority list boot.

    untill this trick acheve the system run normaly. This is a little boring to do on each boot...


    on the bios, a delay change make no difference and all controlers are configured on AHCI

    any idea ?
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    GIGABYTE hardware installation guide e-book :

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    Unhappy Guys/girls I need help!!!!

    Hello,
    I have a GA-G31M-S2C rev 1.2 motherboard, and I (this happened on 19.5.2014) decided to update my BIOS. I took the driver CD from the box, installed @BIOS (yes I know now that that was a huge mistake) and started the update. Near the end @BIOS showed a message saying that my BIOS has write protection, and I decided to exit the program knowing that I could mess up my BIOS, and that happened after I restarted the computer. Now when I turn on the computer it shows this:"Scaning BIOS Image in Hard Drive . . ." So basically I deleted my BIOS. I've been searching the Google world for about 3-4 hours and came here. I've tried to disconnect the HDD and put a USB with the BIOS(tryed flashing it the proper way), hoping that that will do some magical stuff but it didn't and the message:"Scaning BIOS Image in Hard Drive . . .", appeared again, with the HDD disconnected. I can buy a new BIOS chip, and that will work 100%, but if you have something that could work please say it.

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    is there anyway you can put the bios file on the hdd? using another pc? you might need to create a small partition in fat32 so that the bios can see it and flash it
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    Smile Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    is there anyway you can put the bios file on the hdd? using another pc? you might need to create a small partition in fat32 so that the bios can see it and flash it
    Thank you for answering. I have tried that but with no success and I have ordered a new BIOS chip so this is pretty much solved.

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    -- GIGABYTE --Geeks Column of the Week - BIOS Explained is an older article that explains how Gigabyte bios recovery worked in many older systems.

    A blind flash might have worked if your boot order had a floppy or optical drive as your first boot device and the bootable media has an Autoexec.bat file that will run the included bios flashing program where you've coded all the needed flashing options so that no user intervention is required for the bios flash to complete.
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    Does ga890fxa-ud7 rev2.0 with bios f5f have full IOMMU support?

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    Hi

    I have a new build GigabyteZ97 OC FORCE board with a 4790K CPU. I'm running Windows 8.1 and the device manager is showing a "SM Bus Controller" driver is missing. I've reloaded the latest chipset drivers but the fault remains. Does anyone have any ideas? Is it a known fault and if so what is the workaround please?

    Thanks.
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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

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    Intel Management Engine Interface or/and Intel INF installation drivers missing/reinstall.

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    Question Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    Hi, I'm hoping you can help me with getting my USB 3.0 ports working on my GA-970A-UD3P board. I've already started a separate thread here: http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte...04-64-bit.html with a little info (additional information regarding the system can be found in my system specs in my profile if needed).

    Hoping you can help, Thanks in advance.
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