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Thread: X58-UD7 shuts down but doesn't turn off




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    Default Re: X58-UD7 shuts down but doesn't turn off

    Did you use the driver disc included with the motherboard? If so, start over and download the drivers from the Gigabyte website. One of the drivers in bad on the disc and causes this issue. This happened to me with my X58A-UD5 and is covered here in the forums somewhere.

    Doug

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    Default Re: X58-UD7 shuts down but doesn't turn off

    Also, please anyone reading this later or now. DO NOT use Express Install on the motherboard CD!!

    While we don't suggest using the CD at all anyway because the drivers are always old, for sure do not use express install because this will install drivers you do not plan use and mess up the system

    Quote Originally Posted by flo_the_lil_minx View Post
    Problem solved! Woo hoooooooooooo!

    I disabled the things in the BIOS one by one and after I disabled the eSata it shut down properly, I re-enabled it and the problem returned.

    I downloaded the latest drivers from the JMicron site and updated them and now it's fine, yay!

    Thanks for all your help though
    Glad you got it!! This is related to the problem described above, you likely installed the drivers for devices such as those ports, that you are not using. Which now causes a hang.

    Are you not using the Gigabyte/J.Micron Ports (Esata or internal)? If not please uninstall those drivers and you will be fine, if those are enabled or not.

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