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    Default Re: Motherboard GA-P67A-UD4-B3

    Hi bros,

    the problem persists,, =(

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    i dont know what else you could try,so its still boot looping?
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    Default Re: Motherboard GA-P67A-UD4-B3

    yeah, it's the same problem is continually reset until finally starts correctly

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    thing is there is a huge debate as to what this problem is,regarding boot loops/cold boot ups and reset button ect,and no one really knows what it is on z68/p67,so i cant advise,usually its down to memory setting/voltages but it doesnt seem to have fixed things,you could try holding down alt and f12 at gigabyte splash screen to back up your second bios chip with your main bios chip so they both use the same bios version
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    Default Re: Motherboard GA-P67A-UD4-B3

    On P67/Z68 you should always start with Wazza's last comment, BIOSes should always match before you do anything else.

    Here's a video on how to do that.
    GIGABYTE Tech Daily: Video guide how to update your backup bios on GIGABYTE P67 boards

    Then don't use your reset button! As for when it's stuck in a loop, remove the CMOS battery and then unplug your PSU from the wall. Then press and hold the case/board power button for 1 full minute or so, then put the CMOS battery back in and enter BIOS to re-load optimized defaults, then save/apply/reboot back to BIOS and set your SATA Settings and memory voltage, ect.

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    Lsdmeasap

    This problem

    """"Then don't use your reset button! As for when it's stuck in a loop, remove the CMOS battery and then unplug your PSU from the wall. Then press and hold the case/board power button for 1 full minute or so, then put the CMOS battery back in and enter BIOS to re-load optimized defaults, then save/apply/reboot back to BIOS and set your SATA Settings and memory voltage, ect""""

    It has happened repeatedly

    Simply updating the other BIOS at same version, the problem will be solved?

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    Default Re: Motherboard GA-P67A-UD4-B3

    P67 platform have had a few issues come up because main bios and back up bios are too far out of date. Most of these issues have been resolved by updating the back up bios to match the main bios.

    I dont know for sure it will help with your exact problem but people have seen stability issues go away once back up bios has been updated.
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    OK, it proves, when can i tell you something

    thank you very much

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    Default Re: Motherboard GA-P67A-UD4-B3

    Yes, it should help! Even if it does not, you should do it anyway for best chances of stability.

    Then avoid the reset button on your case/board, use power on/off within windows

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    Default Re: Motherboard GA-P67A-UD4-B3

    Hi,

    I update the other BIOS, when the process has finished

    I have two options

    Turned off using the off button, or restart sistem using the reset button,

    I used the reset button, to see if it worked properly.

    The problem persist =(

    disconnect the cable reset SW, to avoid problems,

    but I would like to know the cause of the problem

    Thanks

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