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    Default Re: GA-81945P-G-RH does a memory test on every boot but i can not skip it or see it

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    You can likely leave it plugged in if you go into Integrated Peripherals BIOS page and Disable Legacy USB Storage Detect.

    This will stop the USB Devices from being scanned at bootup only they will function normally in windows, you will need to re-enable this anytime you wish to use Qflash though
    Hey, thanks for the idea, i never thought of that, i will try it out and let you know.

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    Default Re: GA-81945P-G-RH does a memory test on every boot but i can not skip it or see it

    Yes, please try that as some devices cause issues when connected and this will allow them to be skipped during the bootup device scan and should stop the System from hanging at boot time.

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    Default Re: GA-81945P-G-RH does a memory test on every boot but i can not skip it or see it

    thanks for the idea, it worked perfectly

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    Default Re: GA-81945P-G-RH does a memory test on every boot but i can not skip it or see it

    Nice to see it helped you! Sometimes it will not, so your device must work fine with it!

    Keep in mind, you will have to re-enable that setting if you ever need to Qflash your BIOS via USB stick

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