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    Default Re: z77x-ud5h boot failure

    I never used F4, but with F5 and the beta BIOSes, I can go into the BIOS and just look around at the different settings and it will freeze pretty quickly.

    I was trying to figure out what was doing it but I have no clue. If I just let it boot into Windows I have no issues at all.

    Its just if I go into BIOS and look at the settings ( I don't even have to change anything ) it will freeze and then I have to force shutdown. And on next boot it doesn't want to post and will shut itself down and boot once again, usually i can get back into BIOS.

    /sigh

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    Default Re: z77x-ud5h boot failure

    Quote Originally Posted by will_s View Post

    btw: it takes a while to get use to that new bios layout.... decades of the old BIOS layout imbedded in the brain :-)
    Haha, I hear that!! I was just testing X58 after using X79 and Z77 for a while now, and kept hitting esc and exiting out of the X58 BIOS all the time when I didn't want to

    Have you cold boot tested your memory, one stick at a time? If not, I'd do this and see if one of your sticks is partially faulty (They can still pass memtest or prime, ect) I've had a few do that to me, fine any time except on cold boots.

    Test by putting in a single stick at night, and setting it up so it loads to windows properly, then shut down and in the morning test by starting up and enter windows or the BIOS *Wherever it normally bugs on you

    Then next day test the second stick. Sounds like this is a memory issue to me, do you have any other you could test with? Maybe borrow another stick from a friend or other system in your house just to test for a while?

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    Default Re: z77x-ud5h boot failure

    Well I just tried to get back into the BIOS again after playing BF3 for a bit. BIOS is useless, can't even get to it without it locking up.

    Its just weird how if I don't try to enter BIOS, PC works 100% the way it should. But if I go into BIOS it locks up everytime now, sometimes as soon as BIOS appears, sometimes 10-15 seconds after entering it.

    Surely I am not the only UD5H user with this issue.

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    Default Re: z77x-ud5h boot failure

    Remove ALL USB devices, including hubs and printers, and then test with a PS/2 keyboard ONLY connected and see if you get the same issue or not. If you do not, then it's USB related, so test with Legacy USB disabled and all your other USB devices except keyboard. This testing may best be done adding one USB item at a time.

    Then if it still works properly, go into the Integrated Peripherals section and enable 60/64h emulation, and be sure Legacy USB is also enabled and try your USB keyboard then. You could also test with Legacy disable too, and 60/64h emulation enabled, but that might cause you to not be able to get into the BIOS. Anyway, if you find it's USB related (IE works fine with NO USB Devices connected), then these two settings will be the key to finding a solution unless they need to add some compatibility to the BIOS for your keyboard or mouse.

    I set Legacy and 60/64h emulation enabled always for best compatibility, but some devices cause issues with either of those enabled, so you may need to disable one or both so USB devices are not scanned during bootup. This can of course cause USB keyboards/mice to not work in the BIOS or DOS, so keep that in mind while testing as it is expected with those disabled.
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    Default Re: z77x-ud5h boot failure

    it happened with me last week ...different mobo but I couldnt get into the BIOS ........ ended up plugin my keyboard and mouse into the USB3 ports and got back into the BIOS

    Only turn off USB legacy and not the other one :-)

    or if you have a usb to ps2 connector try that

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    Default Re: z77x-ud5h boot failure

    Ya Will_s you are right, and sometimes you may need to use the Intel USB ports under the LAN, until you get drivers installed and BIOS USB settings set, this is mentioned in the manual.

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    Default Re: z77x-ud5h boot failure

    No problems so far, but I just got mine up and running yesterday. I'm using a Logitech wireless kb/mouse no problems, I did have a wired kb plugged in but didn't need it. I'm still on F4 BIOS for now.
    Only weirdness I've had is I could not get the LAN ports working until I used the install disc even though I had installed LAN drivers manually.
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    Default Re: z77x-ud5h boot failure

    I have new BIOS (from today).
    Will upload shortly.
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    Default Re: z77x-ud5h boot failure

    Great.
    Maximus 8 Hero/6700K @ 4.8/4x4GB LPX @ 3200 15-17-17-36 CR1
    Case Labs SM8 w/dual pedestals / Custom water w/ acrylic pipe / Light box
    PowerColor 390Xw/EK block / Samsung 840 Pro 256GBx2 RAID 0 / 128GBx1 SSD's | 3 HDD's / DVD burner
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    Seasonic Platinum 1000w custom fabbed/sleeved psu wiring by me

    Wifes: Z77X-UD5H / 3770K w/c with Raystorm copper block & 2 Rads/ Kingston HyperX RAM / Switch 810 case/ PowerColor AX7950 w/EK block
    HTPC: Z68 Pro3 M / 2105

    SOLD:Z97X-UD5H /4790K/F11b mod BIOS/4.8@1.38 4x4GB Kingston Genesis KHX24C11X3K4 2400 RAM 11-13-13-30
    SOLD:Z87X-UD5H /4770K


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    Default Re: z77x-ud5h boot failure

    Done.
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    @ 3100 (12-15-14-35-CR1) @1.66V
    2xSSD Corsair Force GS 128 (RAID 0), WD Caviar Black SATA3 1TB HDD,
    Evga GTS 450 SC, Gigabyte Superb 720W
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