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    Oh, bummer! Is that for a Crosshair VII BIOS? It certainly looks different.

    Creative reportedly reached out to AMD about this, so we might either see 10-bit tag support disabled by default in subsequent BIOS releases, or perhaps further tweaks that make 10-bit tag support not break support for various non-GPU PCIe cards. I hope Asus does something soon - it was bad enough waiting for a workaround and I'm seeing they are historically a bit slow with BIOS updates.

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    Seems that MSI has made that tweak for multiple motherboards.
    So im positive next release will have a fix for it, just have to wait

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    Quote Originally Posted by YabaX View Post
    i see a new bios 1405

    has anyone with problems tried it?
    I just got 1201 and I'm having issues with the board not resetting when I hit the reset switch and it doesn't always restart when I tell it to in windows. Where can I find this new bios?
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    Sound blaster problem after 5406(1.0.0.4b) bios

    Hello. I have Asus x470 gaming-f, Ryzen 5 3600 and Windows 10 x64 1903. After installing 5406 bios(1.0.0.4b) I have sound problems with my creative sound blaster z card. 5.1 surround sound randomly reassigns from speaker to speaker whenever I run any application or game. I also have cracking and poping sound. I rolled back to 5220 bios(1.0.0.3abb) but problem still exist!(I had NEVER problems before with 5220 bios). I also tried to fix it by uninstall / reinstall audio drivers(I tried 2014, 2017 and 2019 drivers from creative), uninstall/ reinstall motherboard chipset drivers, installed 1909 windows update, reinstall 1903.. Nothing fixed the problem. Please help.

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    ** I just removed the card and tried with on board realtek audio.. I have crackling and popping sound in game.. Everything was working perfect before 5406 bios!(1.004b)! But how can problem still exist after I roll back my bios ? ? Only Asus and Amd knows...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snuggie View Post
    BIOSes with AGESA 1.0.0.4B caution
    Users are reporting that after updating the BIOS to a newer version that has AGESA 1.0.0.4B, the system won’t boot if you have the Xonar card plugged in the motherboard. This happens with other PCI-e cards as well (#1, #2). Most motherboards brands seem to be affected (BIOSTAR #1, Gigabyte #1+, #2, ASUS #1, #2, #3, #4, ASRock #1). If you have an MSI board, it might be fine to update to a BIOS with AGESA 1.0.0.4B (#1, #2). If you don’t want to go to the hassles of updating the BIOS again to the previous version, you should hold off the update. Also, for some motherboards it is not possible to go back to the previous BIOS (ASUS #1, #2).
    If you’ve updated the BIOS and the system no longer boots, you could try this: remove the sound card, start the PC and enter the BIOS, look for a setting a called “Initial Display Output” or similar, set it to the PCIe slot in which the main video card is plugged in, save settings and shut down the PC, reinsert the sound card and see if system boots. If it does not, remove the sound card again and revert back to the previous BIOS.
    If you run into these issues you could contact your motherboard support letting them know of the issue.

    It is a Sound Blaster AE-9 and not a Xonar but maybe still useful information.
    ASUS X570 ROG STRIX E-GAMING – 1404 (AGESA 1.0.0.4 Patch B).
    With my AE-9 my system will boot, but it takes ~5minutes. After reaching Windows the system is not usable for ~3 – 5 minutes. (CPU usage 100%). After that everything “works”, but the Sound Blaster AE-9 is not recognized.
    During boot I cannot enter BIOS. The Sound Blaster logo is lit for around 5 seconds, then the light goes off. My mainboard hangs at status code 92 for a while (PCIe BUS initialization).
    I received my ae-9 yesterday, so I had no opportunity to test prior 1.0.0.4. I tried several things (i.e. GEN1 for my PCIe slots).
    the AE-9 works just fine on my old ASUS Z170 PRO GAMING.
    I don't have this sound card, but I had issues with bios 5406 where it would get stuck on the White Post LED after enabling DOCP with my ram. It gets stuck and it fix it you have to shut the PC down, but even then it may not boot into windows and also causes windows 10 to have a "Thread Exception Mishandled" error. This is with a Ryzen 7 2700 and 32GB of Corsair Vengeance CL16 ram after DOCP is enabled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kachunkachunk View Post
    Hello all,

    I had to wait a few days before I could post a response, due to the ROG forum's anti-spam measures.
    Now that it's all sorted, Creative Labs put out a notice on Reddit that they found 10-bit tag support was introduced and/or enabled by default in the AGESA 1.0.0.4 BIOS releases for multiple vendors, which as you know caused just about all PCIe sound cards to stop working (and cause other problems with booting/PCIe bus use).

    With the sound card out of the system, boot into your BIOS, navigate to Advanced\AMD CBS\NBIO Common Options, then set PCIe Ten Bit Tag Support to Disabled. PCIe slots can be set back to Auto or Gen4, it's fine.

    Here's a screenshot from my BIOS screen:
    Attachment 83296

    Save, reboot and/or shut off the system, install your sound card, and boot back into Windows. Shouldn't experience a boot delay or other problems like before. Enjoy!

    So far so good on my end, after a couple of days. Not even channel swapping. So far. We'll see about that one.
    Hi,

    THANK YOU VERY MUCH ! it worked with my Asus Strix-E X570, from bios 1201 to 1405.
    I had walked around the whole world web and a lot of people are scratching their head, you seem to be the only one to have the solution at this issue !

    I wasn't able to boot with 1405 (AGESA 1.0.0.4B), the PC was booting in loops with black screen, so i rolled back to 1201 (1.0.0.3ABBA).

    I unplugged my firewire PCIe card, update to 1405, fix PCIe ten bit tag support to disable and replug the card : it works !
    This option wasn't in 1201 bios. This is indeed a new feature of 1405 bios (AGESA 1.0.0.4B)

    Happy new year and cheers from France ;-)

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    Can anyone tell me is X470F BIOS 5406 AM4 combo PI 1.0.0.4 patch B safe to update? I don't have soundcard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SumTingWong View Post
    Can anyone tell me is X470F BIOS 5406 AM4 combo PI 1.0.0.4 patch B safe to update? I don't have soundcard.
    Then your OK to go.

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    Asus, any update about this?
    PRIME X470-PRO BIOS 5406 runs horrible and cant even run my DOCP memory configuration anymore

    This really sucks, worst bios update so far

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