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    Thanks,updated BIOS with:

    GA-EP45T-UD3LR - F6b
    GA-EP45T-UD3R - F7c


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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    Howdy all.. quick question.

    updated to the x58 UD5 F9e recently, ive been overlocking and it wont save settings when i shutdown the computer and turn it back on, restarting is no problem just doesnt seem to save the settings and goes back to default and wont boot first go takes a few to roll back around the default settings.

    any ideas why this is?.. (i could be dumb and missing something)

    reason i updated bios because of the fan speed was extreme. since fixed the problem :)

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    Well, you must try to clear cmos, quit the battery for one minute then put it back. Enter directly to the Bios and Load default and save.

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    I think updating the BIOS is not so dangerous as some users say, i think that they are a little bit paranoid, we have a PC company in Brazil, we upgrade BIOS every time, thousands of time, and really, we never screwed a single motherboard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by indiramedina11 View Post
    Well, you must try to clear cmos, quit the battery for one minute then put it back. Enter directly to the Bios and Load default and save.
    Unsure if i explained correctly, i cant get the overclocked settings to save apon shutdown then turn back on with this F9e bios.

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    Unsure if i explained correctly, i cant get the overclocked settings to save apon shutdown then turn back on with this F9e bios.
    So, when you save the Bios settings (F10), the computer restarts or shuts off?

    The computer must restart, not shutoff then on.

    If it shuts off then turns on, it means that probably there is something wrong with your setup. Try removing all cards, just keep video, the main hard disk and just one memory module in the correct slot (ddr301 in EX58 UD5).

    Clear the CMOS using the Mobo jumper and remove the battery for 2 minutes.

    Then turn on, make your modifications to the bios, then restart. The only parameter that shuts off the computer is the Uncore Multiplicator.

    If your settings are saved, then go ahead and add more memory, one module at a time. Turn on, test, then keep adding all the other hardware one at a time to identify the problem.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    Updated BIOS with:

    GA-EP45C-DS3 - F6a
    GA-EP45C-DS3R - F6a
    GA-EP45-DS3LR - F3a
    GA-EP45-DS3L - F11b
    GA-EP45-DS3R - F11e
    GA-EP45T-DS3R - F4c
    GA-EP45-DS3P - F9c
    GA-EP45-DS4 - F10b
    GA-EP45-DS5 - F13a
    GA-EP45T-Extreme - F5i
    GA-EG45M-UD2H - F4e
    GA-EG45M-DS2H - F5c


    -Fix Memory-mapped I/O in 32-bit system
    -XHD RAID Support
    -AHCI ROM 1.20E
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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    Quote Originally Posted by indiramedina11 View Post
    So, when you save the Bios settings (F10), the computer restarts or shuts off?

    The computer must restart, not shutoff then on.

    If it shuts off then turns on, it means that probably there is something wrong with your setup. Try removing all cards, just keep video, the main hard disk and just one memory module in the correct slot (ddr301 in EX58 UD5).

    Clear the CMOS using the Mobo jumper and remove the battery for 2 minutes.

    Then turn on, make your modifications to the bios, then restart. The only parameter that shuts off the computer is the Uncore Multiplicator.

    If your settings are saved, then go ahead and add more memory, one module at a time. Turn on, test, then keep adding all the other hardware one at a time to identify the problem.
    No what he is trying to say if he enters the bios makes changes press F10 to save changes boots into windows. If he restarts the computer everything is fine but if he shuts down and then comes back later and turns it on his changes are not there.

    If im wrong please correct me.

    I would enter bios Load Optimized defaults save and exit renter bios and try your settings again. If your over clocking try a small over clock first then see if it still has the problem. if not go bigger untill it happens. It could me your not stable enough to hold the over clock. If and when it fails do you see the big red box saying it failed?

    If you continue to have problem I would suggest you start your own thread where you will be able to receive more help and to keep this thread clean for bios updates.
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    Default Re: Gigabyte Latest BIOS

    thankyou, yep thats exactly what i ment, i will try overclocking little by little.

    reason i posted in these forums is because it only did it once i updated to F9e bios.

    thankyou for all the advice.

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