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    Default Re: Reboot loop..again and again

    Quote Originally Posted by bad144 View Post
    Ok, but my failure didn't occur from using qflash, I never did use qflash. In fact you *can't* use qflash to upgrade this motherboard from F3 to F6 bios. And from what I can tell it can't be used once the motherboard is in this failure state either. So I don't get the point...
    Yes you are correct on this.... You need to use @bios to update the bios on h67 or p67. I think after one of the newer bios for one of the boards I dont remember which you can start using qflash again. Untill Gigabyte fixes the bios issues with the lastest boards still use @bios just make sure its the lastest version of @bios.

    As for your problem... Try unplugging power cord from the back of the psu press and hold the power on button for a few seconds.... press clear cmos button and/or jump... If jump leave on for 15-20 min. Leave power cord unplugged for 30 min.. try again. If still wont boot or get boot loop try same as above but remove all but 1 stick ram 1 video card 1 hdd.
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    You should be able to update to any bios via qflash,and I know it wasnt your problem I'm just posting for the op and anyone else not to use @bios as it can be unstable and the back up bios chip can't be relied upon,maybe this recall issue was part of your problem/failure?
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    Default Re: Reboot loop..again and again

    The problem is that q-flash is not compatible with those bioses and untill gigabyte updates that is the only method of update. Once updated its suggested to boot holding ALT+F12 to update the back up bios.

    Yes q-flash is the correct and perfered method to flash. I believe LSD has said the back up bios is more reliable on the P67/h67 board then the past board. (dont quote me on that)

    The recall is about SATA degradation HDD, DVD drives and such can fail.
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    Default Re: Reboot loop..again and again

    Quote Originally Posted by Acebmxer View Post
    Yes you are correct on this.... You need to use @bios to update the bios on h67 or p67. I think after one of the newer bios for one of the boards I dont remember which you can start using qflash again. Untill Gigabyte fixes the bios issues with the lastest boards still use @bios just make sure its the lastest version of @bios.
    Actually I don't use windows on this system so I used flashspi.exe. Worked just fine.
    Quote Originally Posted by Acebmxer View Post
    As for your problem... Try unplugging power cord from the back of the psu press and hold the power on button for a few seconds.... press clear cmos button and/or jump... If jump leave on for 15-20 min. Leave power cord unplugged for 30 min.. try again. If still wont boot or get boot loop try same as above but remove all but 1 stick ram 1 video card 1 hdd.
    Thanks, I cleared CMOS over night even, and shuffled ram using 1 at a time, to no avail.

    I'm still very concerned about dual bios's failure modes. If it kicks in to unnecessarily attempt auto-recoveries when I'm working on OS development/crashing the OS, and then bricks the system when the recovery attempt fails, then I'd really like to be able to turn off auto recovery. Is there neither a way to turn it off nor a foolproof way to recover when it fails?

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    Default Re: Reboot loop..again and again

    I'm just curious does anybody found the way to solve this problem?
    I've updated BIOS, tried everything, remove memory, HDD, all connections on mobo... but no results :(

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaun of the Web View Post
    I'm just curious does anybody found the way to solve this problem?
    I've updated BIOS, tried everything, remove memory, HDD, all connections on mobo... but no results :(
    is it looping? How you update bios if it loops?
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    Default Re: Reboot loop..again and again

    Sometimes it gives me even 2-3 hours before first turning off, then it starts to make this period shorten until it starts to reboot it after second or two.

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    You using onboard graphics? Did you remove mb battery for 30mins then load optimized defaults?
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    Default Re: Reboot loop..again and again

    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    You using onboard graphics? Did you remove mb battery for 30mins then load optimized defaults?
    Yes, I think I've tried everything, remove PCI graphic and using integrated, clearing CMOS, removing the battery for a few hours, loading fail-safe settings etc.

    This is how it happens
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    You need to have memory installed though or else it won't boot up,install in white slots only,I would try testing with another psu aswell if you can
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