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    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    Have you reported this to the tech team? If not please do, and let us know what they have to say. Be sure to tell them this is a known issue by many users and link to specific posts about it if you can. I know it is an issue, but you would know better than I which threads at various sites to link them to, so they can see it is a known issue

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    OK i submitted a ticket - hopefully something can be worked out...

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    Thanks, if you don't have any luck please remind me after the 31st of Aug. and I will ask my contact to look into this for you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    However the method is posted in this thread and I am sure someone will tell you the keys to do so, just wait for it
    Lsdmeasap if i`m not mistaken you refer to ctrl+f12 method?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    You know, you can adjust your sleep/power options to not shut off the drives, it's in the advanced power options in the control panel
    The strange thing is that in power options i have set for the HDs never to sleep.
    I don`t like my HDs spin up and down.

    Another thing that i noticed concerning the problem with F10e.
    I am sure that i can hear the HD that is attached to jmicron controller spin up at some time but it never appears.

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    No, that is not the correct key combination (Close though ), but the right one also does not work in some BIOS either. Best to leave it, you will update it on the next flash anyway.

    About the J.Micron, why are you using it anyway? Out of room on the Intel? If so, you could update the ROM maybe that would help the issue?
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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    My system has 7 HDs.I have used ICH10 completely for the 6 of them and for the last one i use the jmicron.

    The jmicron`s rom isn`t updated only through bios update?

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    Ahh so I guess you would need to use the J.Micron ports no matter what.

    Nope, the J.Micron ROM is only updated with BIOS Updates, and Gigabyte does not update that very often so I would imagine the one being used is an older one like always.

    Someone could likely mod you a BIOS to include the latest J.Micron Rom's so you could test and see if that fixes the issue or not. Of course that would be up to you to flash and of course could void your warranty should anything go wrong. But it is safe, if you wanted to do something like that as a test. Just ask for a Mod and I am sure someone will drop a file on you to test with

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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by NikNix View Post
    Lsdmeasap if i`m not mistaken you refer to ctrl+f12 method?


    The strange thing is that in power options i have set for the HDs never to sleep.
    I don`t like my HDs spin up and down.

    Another thing that i noticed concerning the problem with F10e.
    I am sure that i can hear the HD that is attached to jmicron controller spin up at some time but it never appears.

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    Try this sound like it might help? Jmicron driver
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    Quote Originally Posted by SolidBladez View Post
    Kind of mad that Gigabyte didn't fix the USB Keyboard issue that has been going on since F9d. Oh well, guess I'll have to stay with F9c. :(
    What issue is this? I am at F8 now and really want to see if F9 fixes my S3 not working but don't want to do that if my keyboard won't work afterwards. Anyone else upgrade to F9 on the X58 UD4P?

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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    do we know what XHD is already?
    i have it enabled and i get really weird benchmark scores on my 2x X25-M Raid 0 array.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GuiPoM View Post
    Maybe a stupid question, but a question anyway ... does new F8 final contains all upgrades seen in F8a->F8h or is it restricted to the change log you gave in this post ?
    I am running F8b (if I remember well) because I have an issue with F7 and boot on usb. I know it has been solved on F8b, then correction has been "removed" from F8c, and back on d or e.
    So will F8 contains the fix for my issue, or not ? I don't understand if the line you wrote is the changelog, or just the line that will be displayed on gigabyte site, inside bios update table
    Thanks ;)
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