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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by STARRAIN@ROG View Post
    Hi Mihai69,

    Did it shows any error message after crashed? and only occurred while running specific games or software?
    Have you restored bios to all default settings but the issues still occurred on bios 4021?
    Thank you.
    The error was displayed for 10 seconds in the form of qr code but I could not decipher it and I do not know if the error was correct, I can say for sure that it was from the bios, it generally crashes when entering games and sometimes when I started playing them but even in light applications like gx opera. I thought that the 4005 version is stable but it is not, it still has serious problems, now I have the 4002 version and everything is ok. I entered all the games and it goes ok. I reset the bios and I only used docp for rams, and I use win 11, the ones from asus said to wait until it is officially launched to receive a chipset. Win 11 has made major updates so far and obviously the kernel change can cause problems for any bios.

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    Lightbulb x570-e strix -- Reverted from 4021 back to 4010, life is good

    FWIW - I reverted from 4021 back to 4010.

    I had two symptoms on my Strix x570-E.

    Symptom #1 - Q-Code normally shows AA when running Windows, with 4021 it showed 9E.
    Symptom #2 - Trying to start some games including Fallout76 would fail with an 0xc0000005 error in the application event log. If I enabled DOCP in the UEFI, this problem existed, if I disabled DOCP, the games would load fine.

    Reverted back to 4010, enabled DOCP, and life is good again.


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    Hi sbiro,

    Do you use same 3800X after revert to BIOS 3604?
    May I have the serial number of your motherboard via pm and the information below?
    -the brand and model name of RAM(such as Hyper X HX421C13PBK4/16), VGA and PSU,
    -OS version & OS build
    Thank you.

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    Hi Mihai69,

    Did it crash within 10 seconds after enter a game? or how long did you run a game and then it crashed often?
    Did you encounter the crash issues often in which game? May I know the name and the version of the games?
    May I have the information below?
    -the serial number of your motherboard(via pm)
    -the brand and model name of RAM(such as PATRIOT PSD48G21332), VGA and PSU,
    -win11 insider preview and OS build
    -AMD Chipset Driver version
    Thank you.

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    Hi ajtnyy23,

    Did you face any issues such as no boot while get q-code 9E?
    Except DOCP, are other bios settings all default?
    May I have the information below?
    -the serial number of your motherboard(via pm)
    -the brand and model name of VGA and PSU,
    -OS version and OS build
    -AMD Chipset Driver version
    -the version of Fallout76 and the version about the other games you got 0xc0000005 error
    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by STARRAIN@ROG View Post
    Hi Mihai69,

    Did it crash within 10 seconds after enter a game? or how long did you run a game and then it crashed often?
    Did you encounter the crash issues often in which game? May I know the name and the version of the games?
    May I have the information below?
    -the serial number of your motherboard(via pm)
    -the brand and model name of RAM(such as PATRIOT PSD48G21332), VGA and PSU,
    -win11 insider preview and OS build
    -AMD Chipset Driver version
    Thank you.
    U have PM, my motherboard is E gaming not F srry.

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    Hi Mihai69,

    Could you please share the specific model name of your ram such as PVS432G320C6K or share a photo of the sticker label on the ram?
    Thank you.
    Last edited by STARRAIN@ROG; 09-09-2021 at 03:05 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by splash90 View Post
    As I started the thread... no problems here with 4021. All in default settings except for DOCP DDR4-3200.
    I was happy but yesterday I connected a external HDD (USB 3.0) into a frontal connector and I had a disconnection when copying files to the hard disk. I tried several times and finally I gave up. I don't know if this issue started with 4021 or previously.

    Pendrives work flawlessly.

  9. #19
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    Quote Originally Posted by STARRAIN@ROG View Post
    Hi Silent84,

    Did you get freezes while running specific games or software on bios 4021?
    Have you restored bios to all default settings but the issues still occurred?
    Did you use win10 or win11 on bios 4021?
    Thank you.
    I got freezes only in desktop, random, not in games! My 3900x didn't like any of the last bios, ONLY Version 4002, the rest are not stable for my machine! Sorry for the delay!
    Last edited by Silent84; 09-15-2021 at 06:04 AM.

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    ROG Enthusiast Array Silent84 PC Specs
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    Monitor2xDell S2721HGF
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    Storage #2Samsung 860 1TB
    CPU CoolerArctic Liquid Freezer II 360
    CasePHANTEKS ECLIPSE P600S Black
    Power SupplySeasonic PX 750 Platinum
    Keyboard Logitech G512 Carbon Tactile
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    Quote Originally Posted by sbiro View Post
    I've got a similar config (3800X). Last known good BIOS for me was 3604. Since BIOS 4002 (including BIOS 4021), there's a weird issue: it fails to post every time I enable the "firmware TPM" setting. I got the following error message: "The system has POSTed in safe mode. This may be due to the previous POST attempt failing because of system instability."

    As long as this issue is not fixed, I won't be able to upgrade to Windows 11 (unless I revert to BIOS 3604!). I've contacted Asus Support in this regard, but they are usually amazingly unhelpful. They keep quoting generic troubleshooting steps, and they eventually write: "We are sorry to let you know that your motherboard appears to be defective..."
    No worries, Asus never had support, big company's 90% of them they don't give a f, about you and me, and i am sure they realese this bios, for as to test it, this is the worst bios that i ever test in 17 years, when i change my cpu mby, i will change again the bios, my machine works perfect now.

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