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    Default Gigabyte x58 ud5 issues

    Hi guys,

    Ne1 with the x58 ud5 had these problems...

    1. the leds lights on the board are all on all the time(yellow & red) despite the fact its running in a normal state, ie not overclocked(stock voltages as well) in anyway....

    I've read the manual & it says the led's should be off when in a normal state, no matter what i do they are all on all the time.

    2. the realtek gigalans(Realtek 8111D) dont work, they both show exclaimation marks next to them in the device manager with the code 101 next to them. I've downloaded the latest drivers from realtek site but it appears the chips are not initializing I've had to use my old intel pro lan card(which works perfectly)... Any down side to using this intel pro card?

    To resolve the issues above i've done a full reset, power cable out, cmos reset etc & loaded the latest bios F8F. Also tried 2 earlier bioses still no luck.

    I'm using win7 rc, but i loaded up vista just in case, same problems....

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    Default Re: Gigabyte x58 ud5 issues

    That is normal about the LED's, if you want to disable most of them and you are not overvolting things or overclocking you can. You have to disable C1E and EIST in the BIOS, then once in windows you will only see a few LED's

    Do you have the latest Intel Chipset Drivers installed? If not please install those >>
    Download Software, Drivers and Utilities Filters

    Then here is the latest RealTek drivers >>

    Realtek

    And you must be sure you enable the Onboard H/W LAN in the Integrated Peripherals section of the BIOS (Just checking, some people overlook this). When you do this you can go into Smart LAN and do a cable check, it will let you know if it finds a LAN Cable connected or not.

    If it does not find one, please go to the MAIN Page of the BIOS and press F9 for system information, and check on that page to be sure you see a MAC Address listed for your LAN's. If you don't I would advise you flash your BIOS again from DOS or Qflash and disable Keep DMI Data and then of course load and apply optimized defaults after the flash, save and reboot then check all of that again

    Beta BIOS F8h is out if you would like to give that one a try >>
    http://forums.tweaktown.com/f69/giga...st-bios-28441/

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    Default Re: Gigabyte x58 ud5 issues

    Thanx for the swift reply, let u know how it goes....

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    Default Re: Gigabyte x58 ud5 issues

    Ok quick update did all the above "fixes" however both gigalans still how the exclamation marks with the code 10 could not start next to them. Using win7 RTM default drivers & latest realtek drivers it recognizes the gigalans correctly but the exclamation mark appears. I've uninstalled n reinstalled in the device mgr so many times...... :(

    Both gigalans can be seen in the bios if i test the lan connection & both get green lights upon cable connection. As soon as I go into the OS (win7RTM/win7rc as well) the green lights go out n the exclamation marks appear......
    Last edited by allygash; 09-07-2009 at 09:19 PM.

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    Default Re: Gigabyte x58 ud5 issues

    Hmm, ok....

    I will have to look into this myself then as I never had any issues before, but maybe I did have to do something tricky and don't remember? It's possible as I only used windows 7 for a minute

    Give me a day or so and I will test it out again and let you know what I find.

    In the mean time, can you or have you tested XP or Vista to be sure your LAN's both indeed function? Sounds like they do though, but just thought I would ask

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    You can install XP and Vista drivers on Windows7. It might be worth trying out some.
    Say you have W7 RC/RTM 32bit, try XP 32bit drivers.
    Say you have W7 RC/RTM 64bit, try Vista 64bit drivers.

    Try one or two versions behind the current driver version.

    Hope you get it all sorted out. :)
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    Default Re: Gigabyte x58 ud5 issues

    Will give that a try qwertylesh... lsdmeasap your help is greatly appreciated... using an old intel pro pci lan card at the mo=not ideal..

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    Default Re: Gigabyte x58 ud5 issues

    have you tried clicking scan for hardware changes on the lan connection in device manager?? also have you tried to set up a conection renewing ip ect? or wont it let you??
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    Default Re: Gigabyte x58 ud5 issues

    Yes, and you can always use compatibility mode on the installers as well.

    I will try to get a test install setup here today if I can find time, I'll let you know

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