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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    see if there any other updates too, not just the high priority ones :)

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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    Where can I find a SPDIF in/out bracket and header for a GA-MA785GM-US2H?

    Thx

    Rick

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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    Ok i've updated my BIOS to latest, and done SP2. I have managed to boot into windows now with RAM configured in Dual Channel and it seems stable I still get some services failing (Spooler SubSystem has halted three times), but other than its working ok

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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    OS: Win XP Pro sp2/ Vista Home Edit Sp1 (dual boot)
    CPU: Intel core i5
    RAM: Geil PC3-10660 1333MHz C9 VALUE DUAL CHANNEL (GV34GB1333C9DC)
    Mobo: Gigabyte GA-P55-UD3R (1.0)
    HDD: Western Digital WD3200AAKS (Caviar Blue series)
    GFX: Gainward HD4850 512MB

    I have probs with the setup of my new system this configuration is just 4hr old, just got the parts out of the shop (Mobo,CPU,RAM)...,the issue what is accruing is following.
    After connecting the case power/reset cables with mobo, it end up in a re-boot loop (on/off cycle)
    I can’t setup anything else because I was not even able to see the bios so far....., btw I am new to INTEL and Gigabyte....

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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    UPDATE: It ended up being a compatibility issue between my B3 Q6600 and the board. The E8400 CPU has worked flawlessly with all settings the same. I recommend if you are having issue like below, try a different (newer) CPU.


    A thread relevant to my interest atm... just came across this and am in need of suggestion.

    Specs are in sig;

    new build, I can boot into bios 1 time, load optimized, reboot and I get the never ending 1 second boot loop (on/off). I then have to clear cmos. I have NOT overclocked as of yet, but plan to. I found this thread of suggestions (http://forums.tweaktown.com/295784-post5.html) which I have yet to try, but will within the next several hours, and I hope it works.

    I have tried 3 different speeds and models of ram and intend to use the RAM in my sig, and 2 different PSU's. The issue occurred also with F6 bios, I upgraded to latest F10f bios and now it appears as if I can no longer boot into BIOS at all - cleared or not.

    What do I do if I can no longer boot into BIOS even after a CMOS clear? I am waiting the 20min - 8 hours with jumper on to perform CMOS clear.

    Also are there any particular settings relevant to the RAM in my sig that I should know about for this board?

    fyi, all components other than the board had been running overclocked and fine for a good deal of time prior to installation of the Gigabyte board.

    I am indebted for your support, thank you!
    Last edited by SuM-One; 10-28-2009 at 03:34 AM.

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    Talking Cannot install Win 7 on GA-EX58-UD3R (v1.0) F6

    Problem resolved 3 post below.

    I installed Win 7 (RC) a couple of months ago and it ran ok. It did have a problem where when I booted the machine after it being shutdown overnight, Win 7 would run for a while, then the computer would BSOD and hard reset (total power recycle). After that reset, the computer would run without any problems. I couldn't detect a pattern on what caused it. Sometimes it would happen immediately, sometimes it would take a while. Certain games would reliably crash it. CPU, GPU temps seem OK. One crash I could handle. Must be a driver issue I thought. It'll get sorted out.

    I have used no tweaking. Most everything in BIOS is set to Auto.

    I upgraded to the F6 BIOS last month hoping to cure the BSOD. Instead, Win 7 would crash during the Starting Windows phase. I did some traveling and decided to deal with it when I got back. Windows 7 would be released at that point.

    Win 7 comes out, I go buy a copy and decide to do a fresh install. That does not go well. The installation would get to the Starting Windows screen, flash of a BSOD, then system reset. After a while, the HD stops answering; hangs the BIOS. I think bummer, but that must have been the problem. Buy and install a new HD. That will probably fix it.

    No joy. Same install problem.

    I've tried stuff:

    Starting in Safe Mode does not work. Resets lately when loading CLASSPNP.sys

    The motherboard has SATA/AHCI settings which I have set to IDE mode(s) in an attempt to avoid new-ish driver issues.

    I can't reset the BIOS to pre-F6 status. Jumpers nor battery disconnect work.

    I've reset the BIOS many times and have "Load Optimized Defaults".

    I've run the included Windows Memory Diagnostic. It reported no problems. In addition, I ran Memtest86+ (via UBCD) and it reports no problem.

    Tried a different PSU.

    I have installed and successfully updated Ubuntu 9.04 on this machine and left it running for a few hours with no problems. This implies that the hardware is OK, but no guarantee.

    So here I am, looking for assistance.

    Ideas?


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    Model Name : GA-EX58-UD3R(rev. 1.0)
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    M/B Rev : 1.0
    BIOS Ver : F6
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    VGA Brand : Nvidia Model : BFG GTX285(the water-cooled one)
    CPU Brand : Intel Model : Core i7 Speed : 2.66
    Operation System : Win 7 SP :
    Memory Brand : OCZ Type : OCZ3G1600LV6GK
    Memory Size : 3x2GB Speed : 1066; Manually set to 8-8-8, 1.66v
    Power Supply : 750 W
    Last edited by AxeMan; 10-30-2009 at 03:13 AM. Reason: Got resolution!

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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    When you install windows 7 do you use the advanced option and click on the format tab?
    http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte...ench-test.html
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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    Quote Originally Posted by Rick99TAWS6 View Post
    Where can I find a SPDIF in/out bracket and header for a GA-MA785GM-US2H?

    Thx

    Rick

    Ebay
    gigabyte cable, great deals on Motherboards on eBay!

    That or a Australie dealer is the only place I have seen them. You can also call Gigabyte and order one as well if you like

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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    Solved!

    Power issue.

    I have Antec 750W PSU and a Coolermaster Sniper chassis along with a water cooling setup. With everything connected ( inclulding the power hungry Nvidia GTX285), I guess I was drawing too much power. Disconnected a couple of big fans and all is good.

    Hallelujah!!

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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    Great to hear you got it solved!

    Sorry I missed your post somehow with it being right there, I think I quoted the above user without reading further on first

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