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    Default GA-P67A-UD3P-B3 cyclic rebooting

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    GA-P67A-UD3P-B3 / Chieftec APS850W / i5 2500K / Palit GTX 580 / 1 TB WD Caviar Blue / Windows 7 64-bit.
    Memory: Corsair XMS3 TW3X4G1133C9A DDR II 4 GB KIT

    I have latest bios F4

    The motherboard was bought two month ago with two 2Gb Hynix memory modules and PC started cyclic rebooting right away. I found out the problem was with one of the memory modules. Warranty service checking showed no issues, but I replaced it anyway and PC started working with some random occasional freezes and shutdowns. Linx, Prime95 (12 hour test) and memtest didn’t show any problems. Replacing the PSU didn’t solve the problem, so I replaced both memory modules with Corsair XMS3 TW3X4G1133C9A DDR II 4 GB KIT
    After this everything have been working just fine for two month except the time when I was reinstalling Windows. I found some weird "bug" with motherboard. When I press the reset button on Windows loading screen or POST sreen, PC start cyclic rebooting after POST screen. The only way to stop it was to disable power for the PSU.
    Today while playing TF2 I launched AIDa 64 to check graphic card’s temperature. But loading was taking too much time, so I quitted the game and launched Easy Tune 6 and got massive slow down. Then suddenly PC started terrible micro freezes. I could not even move my USB mouse! I thought that the problem with Windows and decided to restart the PC. I rebooted it and went into cyclic rebooting. There was no sound of the speaker. Just a black screen and after 10-15 seconds auto reboot.

    It looked as if it's a memory module has broken, but...
    But this is the second memory module is broken on my PC for 2 monts. The first is broken and also worked in same (first) memory slot.. I dont know what was going on, but I think that the problem on the motherboard or CPU. Any idea?
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    Default Re: GA-P67A-UD3P-B3 cyclic rebooting

    First try clearing cmos by removing mb battery for 30mins and then try,did you manually set your dram voltage to what's printed on the side of the ram module?
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    Default Re: GA-P67A-UD3P-B3 cyclic rebooting

    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    First try clearing cmos by removing mb battery for 30mins and then try,did you manually set your dram voltage to what's printed on the side of the ram module?
    Clearing cmos not work for me. First memory module still not work. I didnt set manually voltage... It was worked on default motherboard settings... Why? I don't know.

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    Default Re: GA-P67A-UD3P-B3 cyclic rebooting

    Did you leave motherboard battery out overnight then try? Try setting up outside the pc case on cardboard box just incase the motherboard is shorting on the case

    You can test with just one memory stick installed,it will boot into Windows if the stick is working,if you have a dead ram module then you need to rma/return both sticks or the set for replacement
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    Default Re: GA-P67A-UD3P-B3 cyclic rebooting

    What is the problem currently? One of the memory modules doesn't work, in any of the slots?

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    Default Re: GA-P67A-UD3P-B3 cyclic rebooting

    You should also flash the backup BIOS to match the MAIN once you get it running again, here's how to do that
    http://gigabytedaily.blogspot.com/20...ur-backup.html

    And DO NOT use the case reset button, that is a known issue and they have released a fix on it for some boards, this one was fixed with F3 BIOS so I bet you just still had the problem due to the BIOSes not matching maybe.

    Also, be sure you start by loading optimized defaults in the BIOS, then save/apply/reboot back to the BIOS before setting any changes you need such as SATA modes, memory voltage, ect (And you should for sure manually set your memory voltage to the amount shown on the sticker or specs for your kit)

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