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    05 code and shut down issues with Maximus VI Gene?

    Hi all,

    I was wondering if anyone could direct me as to what the 05 code may indicate on my PC.

    When I switch the PC off, IE lower right windows icon and select shutdown, there are three states I get random occurances of, one is it actually shutting down, another is it just restarting, another is it just seemingly sleeping with a 05 code but unresponsive.

    Original BIOS I believe, running no overclocks, 4770K with Patriot Black Mamba 2400Mhz 2x4gb running at 10.12.12.31 and an MSI Twin Frozr 7950. PSU is a Seasonic X-650 from a previous build. Using a Samsung 840 Pro SSD with Windows 7 64bit Ultimate and a 4tb HGST drive for storage.

    Thankyou

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    Moderator Array Nate152 PC Specs
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    Hello SastusBulbas

    I just checked in your manual and oddly enough code 05 is not listed, but I would suspect it's entering the s5 sleep state. If it's unresponsive trying to come out of that it would indicate instability somewhere, maybe with your ram.

    Another thing to try would be updating to the latest bios version or just skip selecting the sleep/hibernate option altogether.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate152 View Post
    Hello SastusBulbas

    I just checked in your manual and oddly enough code 05 is not listed, but I would suspect it's entering the s5 sleep state. If it's unresponsive trying to come out of that it would indicate instability somewhere, maybe with your ram.

    Another thing to try would be updating to the latest bios version or just skip selecting the sleep/hibernate option altogether.
    Some time later, but here I am looking on Google to see if anyone has yet resolved this issue. Surely someone at Asus knows how to resolve this issue?

    YES I have had this issue consistently since buying this motherboard, I have done BIOS updates, changed memory, and have sleep/hibernate off completely.

    I am tempted to rebuild this PC with a different PSU, but feel I am wasting my time.

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    ROG Guru: White Belt Array raju2529 PC Specs
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    Will you able to boot into safe mode and work for some time .
    I think some files are corrupted in windows .

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