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    Default Re: USB devices not restored after standby - GA-EP35C-DS3R

    Yes, that is recommended to be disabled for overclocking, and trouble shooting for sure

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    Ouch!! I miss my MSI board...
    Thanks anyway!

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    And As I said before Standby/Resume is not a good thing with a GA board, ...
    I suggest you do not use it, not try to make it work properly or you could be facing the dreaded Cycle and RMA
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    Can you elaborate on this please? Never heard this statement before..
    My CPU is overclocked about 2% - maybe that's why I'm having problems.
    My Opteron/MSI board was overclocked by 20% and I never had a single problem with that system..

    Quote Originally Posted by xit2050 View Post
    Be aware that enabling this and having an external USB HDD means you won't be able to overclock.
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    Default Re: USB devices not restored after standby - GA-EP35C-DS3R

    Do you use resume? If so, turn it off and see if that fixes your issue

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    What do you mean by "resume"?
    I would like to put my PC to Standby rather then OFF, and then, yes, I would like to "resume" to wake it up (right now i am doing it with the power button).
    I have several puters in my household and at work - none of them have this issue (ASUS, Abit and even ESC). Only this Gigabyte misbehaves..

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    Do you use resume? If so, turn it off and see if that fixes your issue
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    Default Re: USB devices not restored after standby - GA-EP35C-DS3R

    Yeap, Only GA boards do it mostly. And yes Resume/standy is what I mean, I suggest you do not use this feature.

    Resuming is not really any faster anyway, it just makes you think that it is. And sometimes it is actually slower then booting up your computer

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    Here I have to disagree... Standby/resume is much faster.
    I can't believe GA board do this..


    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    Yeap, Only GA boards do it mostly. And yes Resume/standy is what I mean, I suggest you do not use this feature.

    Resuming is not really any faster anyway, it just makes you think that it is. And sometimes it is actually slower then booting up your computer
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    Default Re: USB devices not restored after standby - GA-EP35C-DS3R

    Are you just saying that? The tests I have done, since Core2 came out boot time is faster then a resume, now with a pentium 4 or older then yes resume would be faster.

    Now, depending on how many things you actually let your system load at startup would offset this as well. So if you do load 80 or more processes at startup, then yes that could be slower.

    If you have Norton installed, either way the system will be slow HAHA

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    Default Re: USB devices not restored after standby - GA-EP35C-DS3R

    Quote Originally Posted by maxthebuilder View Post
    Can you elaborate on this please? Never heard this statement before..
    My CPU is overclocked about 2% - maybe that's why I'm having problems.
    My Opteron/MSI board was overclocked by 20% and I never had a single problem with that system..
    Personal experience.
    Check my thread on anandtech where I discovered this: http://forums.anandtech.com/messagev...ighlight_key=y

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    Default Re: USB devices not restored after standby - GA-EP35C-DS3R

    Thanks!

    I have read several threads, and dont have Much personal experiences in this matter, and could not find the threads I have read. I knew from those threads literally at least 30 or so I have read, that this is a NO NO For overclocking.

    I would assume with it enabled maybe when you overclock it tries to push to much power or Freq thru external devices so that is why the boards do not let it happen? But that is just my guess

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