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    Default Problem with EP45-DQ6 ("storage policy")

    I have a problem with my EP45-DQ6. It says "Storage policy is changing, please wait..." on POST. After that it reboots, then appears Gigabyte's POST logo and board reboots again. Then appears that "policy" text again and so on. I can't enter BIOS. Also can't enter to Q-flash to try overflash BIOS.
    What might that be?
    I have tried two CPUs, lots of RAM, removed all drives etc...
    Removed battery/CMOS, nothing so far :(

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    Default Re: Problem with EP45-DQ6 ("storage policy")

    Do you have any external devices connected? If so, remove them.

    I mean like USB External Disk or CD Drive, ect.

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    Default Re: Problem with EP45-DQ6 ("storage policy")

    No, ofcourse not. Even removed mouse/keyboard...

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    Default Re: Problem with EP45-DQ6 ("storage policy")

    Do you have a PS/2 Keyboard, if so use that if you were not already

    I would suggest you try using only one stick of ram in slot one until you get this figured out, then try to clear your CMOS using the method I outline in Post # 2 here >>>
    http://forums.tweaktown.com/f69/bios...76/#post258596

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    Default Re: Problem with EP45-DQ6 ("storage policy")

    Yes, PS2 keyboard.

    I have used one stick (several different) and tried them in all slots one by one.

    Is there any way to force the board to use second BIOS chip?

    I have a bootable USB stick and I will try that method. Tnx so far! I'll report back!

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