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    Fast boot and Code 30

    Good morning everybody! I have two major problems with my rampage v extreme/U3.1. First of all fast boot is not working correctly. I have windows 10 Pro x64 and fast boot is enabled inside windows and inside my bios. I also have two radeon R9 290 in crossfireX. Both of my cards supporting UEFI Bios. When i startup PC from cold boot i can see the first screen with the logo for some time, then the second screen with the logo and the circle that is spinning for some time and then it's going inside windows. But one time or two only fast boot worked and it went straight to the desktop after the first screen with the logo which was active for only one second (i think this is the correct way for fast boot...). I don't know what's the problem... Any help would be appreciated. The second problem is with restart. From time to time when i restarting the computer it's closing windows and all the peripherals (monitor, mouse, keyboard, external hdd etc...) but computer stays on and i have code 30 in the display of the motherboard. It takes about 5 minutes in that state and then it reboots normally into windows. I think that is has something to do with amd drivers and crossfireX but i am not sure. Anybody has a suggestion on that? Thanks in advance.

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    ROG Guru: Green Belt Array drop4205 PC Specs
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    Any overclock of bios change from default? What bios are you currently on? Clear Cmos and go into bios put default settings and try. What are the boot drive options set at? Is the drive with windows first on the list?It may need a fresh install of windows done again.
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    ROG Guru: Grand Master Array Arne Saknussemm PC Specs
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    Code 30 is a sleep code so seems it is trying to sleep and coming out of it...

    As you say...some problem with way fastboot is functioning...

    Unplug as many usb devices as you can...and try

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    ROG Guru: Green Belt Array Qwinn PC Specs
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    You're (understandably) confusing two different things, Fast Boot (BIOS) and Fast Startup (Windows). They are completely unrelated.

    Fast Boot in BIOS just delays some hardware initialization until after post. That's it. It doesn't do any sort of sleep or hibernation.

    Fast Startup in Windows basically turns any full shutdown into hibernation instead (note: doing a restart is unaffected). It is this which results in a qcode of 30 or 40 when you wake up from that hibernation.

    Personally I disable fast startup. It can cause issues on its own, plus a periodic actual full shutdown is good for your computer. With fast startup, you effectively cannot do a real full shutdown or true cold boot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qwinn View Post
    You're (understandably) confusing two different things, Fast Boot (BIOS) and Fast Startup (Windows). They are completely unrelated.

    Fast Boot in BIOS just delays some hardware initialization until after post. That's it. It doesn't do any sort of sleep or hibernation.

    Fast Startup in Windows basically turns any full shutdown into hibernation instead (note: doing a restart is unaffected). It is this which results in a qcode of 30 or 40 when you wake up from that hibernation.
    With fast startup, you effectively cannot do a real full shutdown or true cold boot.

    I was getting code 30 until I found out about how windows 10 actually does a shut down. As soon as I disabled Fast start in Windows
    all is good, code AA.
    I find it no big deal, it does take the OS a few seconds longer to boot, but I dont care about that so much ( 950 pro anyway)
    PS- Fast Boot is enabled in my Bios.

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    What the fast startup option (which is enabled by default in Windows 10) does is, when you tell it to do a full shutdown, it basically dumps the content of your memory into a file. The next time you boot, it loads the content of that file directly into memory rather than redoing the boot sequence. It is considerably faster, but it also preserves any errors or glitches permanently. Now, doing a restart will actually reload the operating system, which is good and can resolve most of the issues, but I have found that it still isn't as good as a complete shutdown. There are some things that simply persist through a restart that don't through a full shutdown. One example you can observe of this is if you have Gigabyte video cards and you use OC Guru to change the color of the LED's on your video card. The color will persist through a restart, but not through a full shutdown. I've also experienced, on multiple occasions, errors and glitches in my system (usually but not always video related) that persisted through multiple restarts but went away as soon as I did a full shutdown and cold bootl

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