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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by sardelkin View Post
    Outdated ROM's.......here is newer:

    GA-X79-UD3 - F12u-mod

    Consist of:

    Intel® Legacy RAID for SATA - v12.7.0.1936
    Intel® Legacy RAID for SATA - v3.7.0.1049
    Intel® Legacy RAID for SATA - v10.0.0.1032
    Intel® Boot Agent GE v1.5.35 PXE 2.1 Build 092 (WfM 2.0)
    Marvell 88SE91xx Adapter - ROM Version 1.0.1.0025

    Quote Originally Posted by Koniakki View Post
    Hmm I will try that too. But really keep my finger pressed for 10 minutes? No offense but it seems a bit excessive. Also the Z77-UD5H afaik have 3 buttons on the Mobo. Clear CMOS, Reset CMOS and the big Power button. Which one I have to keep pressed?
    Will be useful,if you list your full spec.,overclock or not,debug led code with bootloop.
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Thanks stasio for the modded bios f12u, but i've downloaded your files and get a file named 2826, about 90 ko, So i've to put this files with the new bios on the USB key and run q-flash or leave this file.

    Ghostearth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stasio View Post

    Will be useful,if you list your full spec.,overclock or not,debug led code with bootloop.
    Thank you very much Stasio. For the bios, your hard work and especially for helping a new member. Thank you.

    The boots loops occured even with the reset and stock bios, with or without OC. If I power off the PC its takes from 5-20+ reboots to come back.

    Also the debug codes I see when it boot loops is almost a zero on the debug led. I say almost because it looks like the below every time.

    GIGABYTE Modified Bios-z77x-ud5h-27-jpg

    Now when it finally boots it starts with 15 code, then I think it shows 4F, then 72, I believe then 99 as far as I remember and now that it works it shows A0. I will take a video next time. I can replicate it since it happens every time.

    I had a Z77-UD3H yesterday when I bought the UD5H. I just took it out carefully, replied the TIM and start it up and the boot loops began. I then disconnected everything(GPU, HDD's) and I left only the SSD/H100i/RAM connected.
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    I suspect you have OCZ PSU.......any spare or borrow from friends (not OCZ),just to check.
    The second thing,you can try increase Vtt in BIOS to 1.10-1.12V.

    To be sure,unplug all unnecessary hardware......try to boot with 1 stick of RAM and use on board video (with just SSD).
    All on stock voltage.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ghostearth View Post
    Thanks stasio for the modded bios f12u, but i've downloaded your files and get a file named 2826, about 90 ko, So i've to put this files with the new bios on the USB key and run q-flash or leave this file.

    Ghostearth.
    Uhh,I forget to delete 2826 file.....I'll reupload link,thanks.

    Edit:
    Reuploaded only with BIOS file.....
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by stasio View Post
    I suspect you have OCZ PSU.......any spare or borrow from friends (not OCZ),just to check.
    The second thing,you can try increase Vtt in BIOS to 1.10-1.12V.

    To be sure,unplug all unnecessary hardware......try to boot with 1 stick of RAM and use on board video (with just SSD).
    All on stock voltage.
    I know that this doesnt mean something didnt go wrong when I took out the UD3H and placed the UD5H in but as I said all my hardware was connected to the UD3H and everything was working perfectly. Not bsod, prime/ibt test and benchmarked to the limits.

    I just took out the UD3H and place the UD5H in.

    Tried both sticks on all 4 slots. One stick each time. I tried with as few things connected as possible. Will do a Memtest again. You never know.

    I have a spare 460W coolermaster PSU. I will try when I get time. Also I still have my UD3H but I really don't wanna swap the CPU's again.

    Also the weird thing is I just finished 2hours prime and LinX and I run valley and RE6 benchmarks at my bench clocks with my GTX 690.

    I mean it seems when it boots it works like a charm as far I see. No BSOD's, no errors etc. All USB works etc.

    I found some people with about the same boot loops like me but I just wanted to see if any members here experience it and if there is a solution or something. If its a bios problem I can wait. No problems.

    But I think its defective. Anyway after I test it with different RAM/PSU and if it still boot loops I will RMA it if no solutions comes until then.

    I really love this board tho.
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    As said also earlier,you can try increase Vtt in BIOS to 1.10-1.12V.
    Clean your memory contact with school rubber.
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by stasio View Post
    Modded BIOS P67A-D3-B3 rev.2 ==> rev.1........UA6
    <form id="form_AllDebrid_12359930" style="display:none" method="POST" action="http://www.alldebrid.com/plugin.php" target="_blank"><textarea id="url" name="url">http://www.mediafire.com/?ti41inokb97w1o0,</textarea></form>Download with AllDebrid


    p67a-d3-b3_v2.x_ua6=v1.x.zip

    Flash on your own risk.

    Flash in DOS with bootable USB.
    I hope you know how to kick Backup BIOS ,if something go wrong.
    how to update BIOS using this p67a-d3-b3_v2.x_ua6=v1.x.zip ??

    DOS: "FLASHEFI P67AD32.UA6" this command returns "BAD IMAGE BIOS"
    windows @atBIOS also not working
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Which BIOS you have now on Rev.1.0?
    Just checked modded BIOS again and it's OK (from my side).
    Are you using FLASHEFI included in folder?
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    Quote Originally Posted by stasio View Post
    Which BIOS you have now on Rev.1.0?
    Just checked modded BIOS again and it's OK (from my side).
    Are you using FLASHEFI included in folder?
    yes, i'm using same FLASHEFI included in folder
    my motherboard P67a-d3-b3 rev.1 @official bios F7

    I tried @bios in windows
    I tried @dos command FLASHEFI P67AD32.UA6
    without sucess

    why does not work?

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE Modified Bios

    No idea.......

    Edit:
    Did you remove Smart6, Dynamic Energy Saver, Smart TPM, and Touch BIOS utilities before updating the BIOS?
    Last edited by stasio; 07-03-2013 at 07:44 AM.
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