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    Rampage IV Extreme Debug Codes 67 when update bios 1101 ?

    Hello Friends, I just update bios to 1101 Bios, reboot the computer when the Debug Codes reported 67 (CPU DXE initialization is started). and shutdown. I rebooted the computer is the same. display is dark. please help me. (sorry for my english not very good)

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    I would try clearing the CMOS first. Then try with one stickl of RAM to see if it will post.

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    Please flash to 1102 it is on the ASUS support page.


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    Quote Originally Posted by HiVizMan View Post
    Please flash to 1102 it is on the ASUS support page.

    Not seeing it...

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    Hello friends, I tried clearing the CMOS first. situation has not improved
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ijeli...ature=youtu.be

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    remove all 4 sticks of your rams and reinsert any one stick into any one of the red slots

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    i remove all 4 sticks of your rams and reinsert any one stick into any one of the red slots , and Rampage IV Extreme Debug Codes 69 ? help

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    Easy fix.

    Reset ---> toggle Slow bios from on to off (or from off to on) ---> Reboot.

    If no go then
    Reset ---> LN2 mode bridge to enable ----> toggle Slow bios from on to off (or from off to on) ---> Reboot.


    At least that is what I found worked with my system last night and I saw it a lot trust me on that one. Then make sure you have tweak 1 enabled in the ram settings. Sorted and I did not get it again until when next I forgot to set it.

    Cheers

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    somethings up on the ram/cpu memory controller side for b7 or b9 stuck in memory training limbo land

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    Quote Originally Posted by HiVizMan View Post
    Easy fix.

    Reset ---> toggle Slow bios from on to off (or from off to on) ---> Reboot.

    If no go then
    Reset ---> LN2 mode bridge to enable ----> toggle Slow bios from on to off (or from off to on) ---> Reboot.


    At least that is what I found worked with my system last night and I saw it a lot trust me on that one. Then make sure you have tweak 1 enabled in the ram settings. Sorted and I did not get it again until when next I forgot to set it.

    Cheers
    thank you so muck , situation has not improved, until I switched to bios 2, and I was able to be BIOS2, and copy BIOS2 to bios1. thank you very much.

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