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    Default How do you pause the Post screen?

    Just like the title says, how do I pause the Post screen?

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    Default Re: How do you pause the Post screen?

    On most 'puters you hit the pause button....
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    Default Re: How do you pause the Post screen?

    Pause or The HOME key, but only certain boards will let you do this.

    What do you need to see?

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    Default Re: How do you pause the Post screen?

    I like to see the BIOS version so I know it wasn't changed.

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    Default Re: How do you pause the Post screen?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    This will show you, in the Third Tab (Mainboard) in the middle>>>
    CPUID
    I was only kidding about the BIOS. Anyway, I can't use CPU-Z because I haven't installed Vista yet. I just wanted to know how to pause Post screen for use in the future.

    By the way, I know in another thread you thought I installed DES, but I have the EX38-DS4 board and DES is in here by default. I hope your instructions are for EX38-DS4 and they are not dependent on model of board.

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    No it is not. You will choose to install the software or not. Yes the hardware is there but it will not function (Other then the phase LED's at startup) without the software installed

    Yeah EX38 and X38 = same thing

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    Default Re: How do you pause the Post screen?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    No it is not. You will choose to install the software or not. Yes the hardware is there but it will not function (Other then the phase LED's at startup) without the software installed

    Yeah EX38 and X38 = same thing
    Son-of-a-gun, and I thought DES would be there without Easy Tune Pro. So, I would have to install Easy Tune Pro software? Does it give me that DES when I control the fans via FanMate as opposed to using Easy Tune?

    Do you have any reason to give for not using Easy Tune?

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    It can be, EasyTune and the DES software are two different applications

    You do not need Easytune for anything at all, if you want to make changes do them in the BIOS. You could use easytune as a monitor for temps, but there is much better software. And for overclocking, always best done in BIOS.....So that leaves no reason to use Easytune at all

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    Default Re: How do you pause the Post screen?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    It can be, EasyTune and the DES software are two different applications

    You do not need Easytune for anything at all, if you want to make changes do them in the BIOS. You could use easytune as a monitor for temps, but there is much better software. And for overclocking, always best done in BIOS.....So that leaves no reason to use Easytune at all
    All that DES does is save energy? If that's the case, I don't need it.

    One more question, should I have Virtualization Technology Disabled or Enabled? I am quite confused with this item. I will be running Vista 64-bit Ultimate but only one OS. The information on Intel's site is a bit confusing since it states useful for Home Users and some other stuff. I am not sure what to do with this setting.

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