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    Using H100i on cardboard. Now it just booted again..this is very intermittent and thus frustrating.

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    Hi there, the same happens to me, it's so intermittent that I just can't find which part has a problem... I have a V Formula... I don't really know what to do.

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    Try reset the bios with the cmos switch and then re-flash your bios. It helped me.

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    MotherboardASUS Maximus X Hero (WI-FI AC)
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    I'm curious, what graphic card are you running?
    Intel i7 8700K@ 5.2GHz (Delidded)
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    NZXT Kraken X42
    G.Skill TridentZ@ 4000MHz CL16 2x8GB
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    EVGA SuperNova 1200 P2
    Cooler Master HAF 932 Advanced

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    Sorry to revive such an old thread - this problem disappeared for me for over a year, I just put my comp together fully and it booted. No problems for a long time.

    Just came back from out of town for 15 days with the computer turned off. After about 15min after booting, I got a blue screen with error 'kmode_exception', and the comp wouldn't boot afterwards..back to 00 error code, no bios. I haven't even opened the case in probably 10 months, so the physical state of the hardware hasn't changed much besides maybe dust. Also just to answer Nemesis even though its been 10 months, I'm using an r9 290.

    Going to try to flash the bios to a newer version when I get home from work today, maybe that will help. Has anyone seen any resolutions on the 00 code?

    Thanks,
    Andrew

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    For me it was flash the bios using USB, then I can boot it once in every X attempts, switching off the power completely before trying again.
    Be sure to let the bios flash correctly before you unpower ;-)

    If it then boots to code 78, you probably have the same problem as I do.
    If you reboot at it complains about 'overclocking failed', then it's identical.

    I opted for replacement as well, after the initial troubles with this motherboard I had a good almost 2 years with it.
    I guess there is a fundamental design flaw in there somewhere, because there is no clear cause.
    Resetting the BIOS should always use stock settings and so result in a boot, perhaps asus can check and perhaps fix any settings that are not 'factory standard'.

    The system runs fine after boot, for the past few months sometimes it would fail to boot windows (something about watchdog).
    Rebooting always solved it, so I figured it was a windows thing.
    CPU is set to AUTO levelup, perhaps this is the overclocking that fails?
    78 is ACPI, unsure what might cause it to get stuck there.

    Reflash, clear CMOS, boot, if stuck: switch off, wait 10 seconds, switch on, boot, set bios settings, reboot (gets stuck), switch off, wait, switch on, boot (overclocking failed), reset and it should finally boot.

    So yeah leaving this system on until the replacement comes. No more asus mobo for me...

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