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    Default Re: GA-P67A-UD4 wont boot

    No sadly i cant borrow any ram from anyone no one i know has a machine this up to date. The psu must be ok as its powering my dell xps fine thats running a old quad core q6600 and the 5770 and the ram in that isnt compatabile. I should point out that my asus board ran fine for a day before it failed so the ram seemed to work ok in that the mobo reported it as 8gb and the system ran ok. ive been wanting to get a corsair 850w to replace mine but i dont want to spend a 100+ on it if i turns out its got nothing to do with it

    EDIT: Just found my case speaker and plugged that in. At first i didnt plug in the GPU so i got the error beeps to say it was detected and i then i plugged the power in for it and started it again and i just got 1 short beep which the manual says means the mobo has booted fine so i have no idea what the problem is now
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    Default Re: GA-P67A-UD4 wont boot

    You can buy one stick of any ddr3 ram to test with,or take to local pc shop and ask them to test with other ram or psu?

    Cheap good quality gamestation 600 or 750 watt psu on novatech,I've bought these psu's they work on asus/gigabyte boards

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    I would say memory more than psu but can't be 100% sure
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    Default Re: GA-P67A-UD4 wont boot

    ok I ordered this:
    Crucial CT25664BA1339 / 2GB / PC3-10600 / 1333Mhz / DDR3

    Im hoping its just the ram as i really dont want to have to return another board back especially as i got the short beep to say everything is ok on the board.

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    Default Re: GA-P67A-UD4 wont boot

    FYI, don't plug your USB keyboard to the first USB connector at back of the board. Keyboard in this connector means 5 reboots before first successful POST, plugging keyboard into any other USB connector means the board boots at first try. It is strange, but it is what i noticed today.
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    Default Re: GA-P67A-UD4 wont boot

    Quote Originally Posted by wiggyg32 View Post
    ok I ordered this:
    Crucial CT25664BA1339 / 2GB / PC3-10600 / 1333Mhz / DDR3

    Im hoping its just the ram as i really dont want to have to return another board back especially as i got the short beep to say everything is ok on the board.
    You have 7 or 14 days to return for full refund for anything bought mail order,good luck on this and post back how you get on
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    Default Re: GA-P67A-UD4 wont boot

    Since you are getting one beep, that does mean FF and post was successful and should be showing windows or error if no disk installed.

    What do you see on screen after the beep? If nothing please try another video card, PCIE or PCI would be fine, and or also try your video card in another slot. It would actually be best if you had a PCI video card, so if you can find an old one laying around try it as soon as you can. I've ran into issues several times with PCIE cards where the board posted but nothing on screen, until I booted to windows with a PCI card, then could shut down and put the PCIE card back.

    I'm not sure what causes this but I have noticed it on P67 and lately on the new 2MB x58 BIOSes as well.

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    Default Re: GA-P67A-UD4 wont boot

    After the splash screen it simply reboots thats it. Thing is it doesn't seem to respond to anything from the keyboard ive tried 3 different ones. (2 usb and 1 ps/2) no matter what i press it doesn't recognise them.

    Ive tried both my old 5770 and my brand new never used 560gtx both have the same result. Ive ordered a cheap stick of ram and in the end i got a new corsair 850w psu as i was going to get one anyway. Ill try them with it and if it doesn't work ill send the board back. These P67 boards are really starting to annoy me now been a month since i bought the first parts and im no where closer to a working computer.

    Someone else with my issues returned there's and got the UD3 instead and said it worked fine so ill probably do that or try out a MSI one as ive now had a Asus and Gigabyte one.

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    Default Re: GA-P67A-UD4 wont boot

    yea it just reboots it will do this say 5 times then it will keep rebooting without showing anything and it reboots much quicker when it doesnt show the splash screeen

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    Default Re: GA-P67A-UD4 wont boot

    Does it do that with a PS/2 keyboard and mouse, outside of your case and OFF the motherboard tray?

    Also, if you test the above, do not connect any of the front panel USB cables or power switches, power the board on with a screw driver, that way you can rule out any shorts in those cables.

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