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Thread: EX38-DS4 double posting, sysfan2 not working, no esata :S




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    Default Re: EX38-DS4 double posting, sysfan2 not working, no esata :S

    Well, a double post is actually going to reset your settings, and never use them. Just so you know. That double post is the board reseting the BIOS to the MIT defaults of AUTO

    Can you plug the drive in without the enclosure, like just on your desk with the supplied esata cables and see if that works?

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    Default Re: EX38-DS4 double posting, sysfan2 not working, no esata :S

    the thing is, it does not reset my settings, my oc and vcore changes still remain and work fine.

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    Default Re: EX38-DS4 double posting, sysfan2 not working, no esata :S

    After alot of looking around the net, it seems that the double posting/double booting is an issue lots of people are having with X38 chipset mobo's, not just Gigabyte mobo's.

    It's also happening on some P35 chipset mobo's

    ie - IP35 & IP35-E Double Boot Fixed! Thanks Otterlai - Universal abit USA Forums

    "it's the memory strap being set.
    Upgrade to BIOS14 & as stated you should only then see it on the first boot after power has been restored following being totally removed from the mobo."

    I'm 99.9% certain this is not an MIT issue, hopefully Gigabyte will fix this eventually with a bios update.

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