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    Default Re: X58-UD5 Please provide an error code list for the debug led

    Sorry, seemed to have missed your update on this!

    Nice to see you got the issue solved

    You will need to adjust the memory speed yourself manually is all.

    I am not sure about your Corsair issues, I have not used them myself and they refuse to send me any samples for testing, so I really can't advise you on what to do that will make them work other than giving you suggested settings (Have I already?)

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    Default Re: X58-UD5 Please provide an error code list for the debug led

    No worries. I returned the Corsair memory and BT Business kindly gave refund, so I running with the Kingston sticks now...
    Thanks for your help!
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    Default Re: X58-UD5 Please provide an error code list for the debug led

    Ahh nice to hear, so all is well then I take it? If so great!

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    Default Re: X58-UD5 Please provide an error code list for the debug led

    Yes, all up & running now, thanks! Your help saved me a lot of time - the retailers have no idea what is compatible with what, and even Corsair seem to think this memory is compatible with this MB, while at least Gigabyte do not list it as compatible - though they've still not replied to the query to their help service! Thank goodness for TweakTown!
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    Default Re: X58-UD5 Please provide an error code list for the debug led

    Great to hear!

    Well with so many various memories and other hardware to test, it is very hard for Gigabyte to test it all for computability.

    It may be compatible with the board, not sure, and maybe just your board in particular did not like it? These things happen sometimes.

    Glad to hear everything is now ok though!

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    Default Re: X58-UD5 Please provide an error code list for the debug led

    Hi everybody ! (sorry for my english, i speak french)

    I have the same problem as kiwifox. My new computer doesn't boot sometimes. I remove the memory from slot 3 and 5 and everything seems to be fine (for now).

    When i look at the error code, it's stucked on b8 (or 68),then the system reboots... i see bf (or 6f) too. The same thing repeat itself until i remove the memory. CLear CMOS does nothing.

    I will try some test, based on the things i read here.

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    Default Re: X58-UD5 Please provide an error code list for the debug led

    Please use the latest BIOS >>
    http://forums.tweaktown.com/f69/giga...st-bios-28441/

    Use Qflash to update, here is a guide >>>
    http://forums.tweaktown.com/f69/bios...h-guide-27576/


    If you continue to have issues, please make a new thread here with your full specs and issues and I will stop in and help you out. Please follow the link in my signature also, to the template thread and post your full settings you are using in your new thread.

    Bf or 6F is unstable uncore, or the system hung before detecting uncore. What Uncore multi had you been using, add that to your thread as well.

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