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    Default Re: EP45-DS3L memory boot problem

    I just finished the test with Memtest and here is the result :
    http://img243.imageshack.us/img243/8...2008786sv7.jpg
    Here i uploaded a video that i've recorded on the computer screen with the boot issue :
    YouTube - Gigabyte EP45-DS3L boot issue !

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    Default Re: EP45-DS3L memory boot problem

    You need to run Memtest86+ for 5-10 Full passes, and you should update to the latest Memtest86+ >>>
    Memtest86+ - Advanced Memory Diagnostic Tool

    That reboot, and 2-3 reboots before starting means incorrect settings were used in the BIOS and stock settings will be loaded. After that type of a reboot when you go back into the BIOS in the MIT Section you get a RED warning box correct?

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    Default Re: EP45-DS3L memory boot problem

    First of all i want to thank you for helping me ! You are great ! :)
    There is how i solved the problem :
    I realized that the problem was due to the webcam connected to the usb.
    After I disconnected it the problem disappeared and the computer functioned normally.
    Thank you again for your help and i hope that this topic will help another people solving issues with gigabyte mainboards and plug & play devices .

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    Default Re: EP45-DS3L memory boot problem

    Thanks for the kind words! Glad to see you got all fixed up

    So have you tested this device again with Legacy USB Storage Detect enabled and disabled in the Integrated Peripherals Page of the BIOS? It may be fine with it disabled instead of the default enabled

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