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    Default EP45 UD3P BIOS Halt - HDMI

    I have installed a projector. Samsung SPD-300B. I am using a DVI to HDMI converter that came with my BFG GTX280 card. It all works very well, except during the POST. If the Projector is connected, the POST halts before anything appears on the screen, and all of the LEDs on the board are lit. Once I disconnect the projector, it POSTS and Boots no problem. I am unchecking the projector in the NVIDIA Control Panel multi display section before I turn my computer off.
    Any ideas why this is happening?
    i7 3770K, 47X100= 4.7GHz at 1.33V, ASROCK Z77 Extreme4, 2 X 4GB Patriot Viper Black Maba DDR3 1600, GTX 590, 2 X Corsair Force 3 120GB SSDs in RAID 0, Barracuda SATA 7200.10 500GB, Barracuda SATA 7200.11 1000GB Back Ups, OCZ ZX 1250W, Z-5500s, LG Blu Ray Player/DVD Burner, Koolance CTR-CD12 Fan/Pump Controller, Windows 7 X64 Professional, HAF X. Vision Quest 24" WS LCD, Optoma H66 Projector
    Cooling: Thermochill PA120.2 GT AP15 in push, DDC 3.25/XSPC Res top, Apogee Xt Extreme, XSPC Razor, Coolgate CG-240 Swiftech Helix in push/pull, MCP35X.

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    Default Re: EP45 UD3P BIOS Halt - HDMI

    Try Legacy USB Storage Detect Disabled in Integrated Peripherals BIOS page.

    If that does not work you may need to send in a report of this issue to the tech team so they can try to look into it, in the mean time you will need to not leave it connected
    GIGABYTE - Support&Download - Technical Service Zone

    Somethings are just not compatible and this may be one of them, they may be able to fix with a BIOS update, maybe not

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    Default Re: EP45 UD3P BIOS Halt - HDMI

    That is already disabled.
    i7 3770K, 47X100= 4.7GHz at 1.33V, ASROCK Z77 Extreme4, 2 X 4GB Patriot Viper Black Maba DDR3 1600, GTX 590, 2 X Corsair Force 3 120GB SSDs in RAID 0, Barracuda SATA 7200.10 500GB, Barracuda SATA 7200.11 1000GB Back Ups, OCZ ZX 1250W, Z-5500s, LG Blu Ray Player/DVD Burner, Koolance CTR-CD12 Fan/Pump Controller, Windows 7 X64 Professional, HAF X. Vision Quest 24" WS LCD, Optoma H66 Projector
    Cooling: Thermochill PA120.2 GT AP15 in push, DDC 3.25/XSPC Res top, Apogee Xt Extreme, XSPC Razor, Coolgate CG-240 Swiftech Helix in push/pull, MCP35X.

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    Default Re: EP45 UD3P BIOS Halt - HDMI

    Try enabled already then?

    Latest BIOS? YOu can get it here >>
    http://forums.tweaktown.com/f69/giga...st-bios-28441/

    If no luck with new BIOS then you will have to see what they say about if they can test this or not

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    Default Re: EP45 UD3P BIOS Halt - HDMI

    Thanks for the advice. It isn't that big a deal, not enough to cause me to flash to F11 from F9. Wait a minute. I don't see a F11 BIOS on the Gigabyte site, Where did this come from?
    i7 3770K, 47X100= 4.7GHz at 1.33V, ASROCK Z77 Extreme4, 2 X 4GB Patriot Viper Black Maba DDR3 1600, GTX 590, 2 X Corsair Force 3 120GB SSDs in RAID 0, Barracuda SATA 7200.10 500GB, Barracuda SATA 7200.11 1000GB Back Ups, OCZ ZX 1250W, Z-5500s, LG Blu Ray Player/DVD Burner, Koolance CTR-CD12 Fan/Pump Controller, Windows 7 X64 Professional, HAF X. Vision Quest 24" WS LCD, Optoma H66 Projector
    Cooling: Thermochill PA120.2 GT AP15 in push, DDC 3.25/XSPC Res top, Apogee Xt Extreme, XSPC Razor, Coolgate CG-240 Swiftech Helix in push/pull, MCP35X.

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    Default Re: EP45 UD3P BIOS Halt - HDMI

    Right, I was looking at the R instead of the P. Thanks, I have flashed the BIOS before. May experiment this weekend.
    i7 3770K, 47X100= 4.7GHz at 1.33V, ASROCK Z77 Extreme4, 2 X 4GB Patriot Viper Black Maba DDR3 1600, GTX 590, 2 X Corsair Force 3 120GB SSDs in RAID 0, Barracuda SATA 7200.10 500GB, Barracuda SATA 7200.11 1000GB Back Ups, OCZ ZX 1250W, Z-5500s, LG Blu Ray Player/DVD Burner, Koolance CTR-CD12 Fan/Pump Controller, Windows 7 X64 Professional, HAF X. Vision Quest 24" WS LCD, Optoma H66 Projector
    Cooling: Thermochill PA120.2 GT AP15 in push, DDC 3.25/XSPC Res top, Apogee Xt Extreme, XSPC Razor, Coolgate CG-240 Swiftech Helix in push/pull, MCP35X.

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    Default Re: EP45 UD3P BIOS Halt - HDMI

    Ahh ok! Well let us know how you get along, and what reply you get back from GBT Support

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    Partial Success. I moved the connector for the monitor to the other DVI output on the card (#1) and put the projector on the other (#2) System booted. Screen on the monitor was screwed up, as it set the default resolution for the projector, and the bottom of the screen was below the bottom of the monitor screen. Once I reset the resolution for the monitor (I use 1440 X 900) it was fine. It was rather obvious when it hit me today. The BIOS is looking for display #1 on POST. As the projector is off, it was not finding a display, and would not POST. I am prepared to bet that the new problem will reolve itself on another reboot.
    LSDMEASAP. Thanks for your input.
    i7 3770K, 47X100= 4.7GHz at 1.33V, ASROCK Z77 Extreme4, 2 X 4GB Patriot Viper Black Maba DDR3 1600, GTX 590, 2 X Corsair Force 3 120GB SSDs in RAID 0, Barracuda SATA 7200.10 500GB, Barracuda SATA 7200.11 1000GB Back Ups, OCZ ZX 1250W, Z-5500s, LG Blu Ray Player/DVD Burner, Koolance CTR-CD12 Fan/Pump Controller, Windows 7 X64 Professional, HAF X. Vision Quest 24" WS LCD, Optoma H66 Projector
    Cooling: Thermochill PA120.2 GT AP15 in push, DDC 3.25/XSPC Res top, Apogee Xt Extreme, XSPC Razor, Coolgate CG-240 Swiftech Helix in push/pull, MCP35X.

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    Default Re: EP45 UD3P BIOS Halt - HDMI

    Superb, sounds like you figured it all out then right?

    Sorry I could not be of more help directly. I had no clue that would cause issues but the way you explain it now I bet you are 100% correct about it all.

    Glad you got it working! Post back anytime if you need anymore help with things, hopefully next time we will be able to better help you out.

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