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    Thumbs up Re: X58A-UD7 settings reset after shutdown from Win7

    Quote Originally Posted by bugi View Post
    Has anyone else with somewhat similar setup experienced either of the problems, or have some more ideas to test? I'm hoping to find out if it just my particular motherboard, or if it is all these motherboards, or if it could get fixed with BIOS update, or do I just have to live without the EuP power saving support (I mean, if it saves sooo much energy that it even cuts the cmos battery off its tiny load... j/k).
    Hi,

    I also have all the problems you've described here. Thanks for your help. I was starting to think I had a bad motherboard. I seem to have this problem with BIOS versions F2, F5 and F6.

    I read this thread last night and I was not able to test the "solution" for this problem (disable EuP), but I will give it a try when I get back home today.

    AMSC

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    Default Re: X58A-UD7 settings reset after shutdown from Win7

    Got reply from Gigabyte:
    This is a known issue. We are waiting for a BIOS fix for this problem. I come back to you as soon as the new BIOS is ready.

    Best regards
    GIGABYTE-team Scandinavia
    So hope is around the corner I guess

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    Default Re: X58A-UD7 settings reset after shutdown from Win7

    Good to hear :)! I hope it will be released soon.

    There is also a new test BIOS which was released by the admin of the German Gigabyte forum today and which fixes the problem with the Logitech G19 and some laser mices (but I don't think the problem in this thread has been fixed with it).

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    Default Re: X58A-UD7 settings reset after shutdown from Win7

    Hopefully I will get a beta BIOS for you guys this week sometime. It must be caused by certain hardware is all I can think of because it works fine when I test it.

    I'll keep you posted as soon as I hear anything

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    Default Re: X58A-UD7 settings reset after shutdown from Win7

    I have this same issue

    I have replaced the motherboard once and tested with completely different CPUs and Power supplies.

    I have been testing this constantly for a month now, with all bios versions. I strongly suspect it to be a bios issue that is fixable with bios changes.

    Symptoms: on a rig that is either stock OR overclocked (AND must be stable 24 hours linx/prime/memtest)

    - random eg 1 in 10 cold or warm boot failure (resets to c1 code on LED) during post, resulting in red generic "overclocking failed" message

    - occurs despite operating system stability

    - appears independent of overvolt/undervolt (2 motherboards tested)

    - all temperatures normal

    for the record I use razer lycosa keyboard and razer deathaddermouse, if that is relevent.

    In my opinion the pre-post checks related to voltages or something seem to be bugging or to be too strict and can be relaxed a bit.

    this issue also occurs on auto or manual timing/voltages

    I am very keen to hear from bios programmers and I can clarify and provide extensive information on this issue

    kind regards,

    Tim, Australia

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    Default Re: X58A-UD7 settings reset after shutdown from Win7

    I have send you a reply to your PM, I think your issue was more related to another topic. Once I was here though, it seems both topics may be more similar than I though, so sorry for my PM comments in regards to the other thread.

    I will let you know what the BIOS Engineers find out, and will likely be posting a new beta BIOS to this thread as soon as they send it my way.

    Thanks for waiting, I assure you they are looking into this.

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    Default Re: X58A-UD7 settings reset after shutdown from Win7

    Yes my bad- I don't have this specific issue- see other thread

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    Default Re: X58A-UD7 settings reset after shutdown from Win7

    Guys, please see Obliques testing results here, it may shed some light on your situation after all
    http://forums.tweaktown.com/f69/i7-9...tml#post350399

    This has been forwarded to the BIOS Engineers, I'll keep you informed of any updates I receive on this.

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    Default Re: X58A-UD7 settings reset after shutdown from Win7

    I can confirm that I have the exact same problem as you do regarding this motherboard when using the F6 bios (as well as the previous bios')... and I can recreate it as well, by following what you said... at first I didn't know why, or how to solve it. But thanks to this post I was able to find the answers. So thank you.

    My Rig (Stock settings w/ no overclock)
    GA-X58A-UD7
    Intel Core i7 950 (3.06ghz)
    Corsair DDR3 1600 (3 x 2GB)
    Sapphire ATI Radeon 5870
    Cooler Master 750w Modular
    LG Blu-Ray Multi Drive
    1TB HDD 7200RPM
    Last edited by AfroStatic; 05-09-2010 at 11:01 PM.

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    Default Re: X58A-UD7 settings reset after shutdown from Win7

    Hi.
    I have the same problems of random resets of the BIOS : disks are no more listed, clock is set to 0 and the PC reboots after shutdown.

    Technical support indicates that my 600W Cool Master might be to "light". But I'm really not interested in overcloking and I don't play games !
    Do you think this kind of power supply is inappropriate ?


    GA-X58A-UD7
    Intel Core i7 930
    Corsair DDR3 1600 (3 x 2GB)
    Gigabyte 4450
    Cool Master 600W
    SSD Intel X25 80Go
    2 WD 500 Gio (RAID 0)
    1 Seagate 1Tio
    LG DVD drive
    BIOS version : F6

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