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    Default Re: gigabyte z77x-d3h wont post reliably, posts, but after turning off and on, wont post.

    Quote Originally Posted by profJim View Post
    Have you tried loading Optimized Bios defaults?
    Have you changed any bios settings?
    Try booting with only one memory module installed and see if the behavior is different.
    ive loaded optimised defaults for sure, not messed with anything in bios, ive tried booting with only 1 memory module and its the same thing with either.

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    Default Re: gigabyte z77x-d3h wont post reliably, posts, but after turning off and on, wont post.

    Keep in mind that it's possible for a brand new psu to be defective.
    Using Optimized bios settings with a non-overclocked system is usually, but not always OK.
    If the on/off behavior is completely normal with only one memory module installed, the problem is probably due to incorrect memory voltage settings.
    Running Memtest86+ from a bootable usb or optical disk is a good first step to ensure that your brand new memory is OK.
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    Default Re: gigabyte z77x-d3h wont post reliably, posts, but after turning off and on, wont post.

    Quote Originally Posted by profJim View Post
    Keep in mind that it's possible for a brand new psu to be defective.
    Using Optimized bios settings with a non-overclocked system is usually, but not always OK.
    If the on/off behavior is completely normal with only one memory module installed, the problem is probably due to incorrect memory voltage settings.
    Running Memtest86+ from a bootable usb or optical disk is a good first step to ensure that your brand new memory is OK.
    tried every ram slot, didnt make any difference, memory voltage isnt an issue though, since in the bios i did check that the memory was running at its quoted 1600mhz and 1.5v. Are there any other signs that it could be the power supply, i dont think ill be able to borrow one but can see.

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    Default Re: gigabyte z77x-d3h wont post reliably, posts, but after turning off and on, wont post.

    if you do get into the bios again,download the latest beta bios to a usb stick and update the bios through qflash,then see if things improve

    http://forum.giga-byte.co.uk/upload/...X-D3H_F17f.zip f17f is the latest beta bios for that board
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    Default Re: gigabyte z77x-d3h wont post reliably, posts, but after turning off and on, wont post.

    what does bios flashing involve, im afraid ill screw something up. I saw the qflash option on bios i think, would i need to go on this?

    also, is installing windows to my ssd and then booting that and updating bios from there a better option, or would it be better to do the bios updating now.
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    Default Re: gigabyte z77x-d3h wont post reliably, posts, but after turning off and on, wont post.

    Check out http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte...ash-guide.html
    Follow the procedure and you should be fine.
    Ask if you have any questions.
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    Default Re: gigabyte z77x-d3h wont post reliably, posts, but after turning off and on, wont post.

    its better to update with the bios file on a usb stick in the bios,its much safer and not prone to crashing unlike in the windows environment,its easy to do from within the bios and qflash
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    Default Re: gigabyte z77x-d3h wont post reliably, posts, but after turning off and on, wont post.

    Quote Originally Posted by profJim View Post
    Check out http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte...ash-guide.html
    Follow the procedure and you should be fine.
    Ask if you have any questions.
    one of the concerns i have is that it required a reboot, though i think using the reset button does let me post again, so is there not much to do other than doing the flash and then load optimised defaults, there is also a load of other steps after it says that but these are only for those with raid setups right?

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    Default Re: gigabyte z77x-d3h wont post reliably, posts, but after turning off and on, wont post.

    all you have to do is downlaod the bios,extract it put all the files onto a usb stick,then boot into bios press f8 i think it is for qflash point it to the usb/bios file and flash,restart and thats it
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    Default Re: gigabyte z77x-d3h wont post reliably, posts, but after turning off and on, wont post.

    Quote Originally Posted by profJim View Post
    Check out http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte...ash-guide.html
    Follow the procedure and you should be fine.
    Ask if you have any questions.
    one of the concerns i have is that it required a reboot, though i think using the reset button does let me post again, so is there not much to do other than doing the flash and then load optimised defaults, there is also a load of other steps after it says that but these are only for those with raid setups right?

    Also, on the thread where there is the latest beta bios' for gigabtye motherboards, does it matter that my board is rev1.0, there doesnt seem to be any specfied for each bios, but the guide mentions i should be sure its the right one.

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