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    Ranger Viii and bios 3007 lots of weird problems

    My first system: Ranger Viii with a non k i7-6700 and 16GB HyperX 2666MHz memory. Never been overclocked. I upgraded from 2202 to 3007 when 3007 came out. Totally stable before bios updgrade. At the same time i also updated chipset drivers, imei and rapid storage drivers.

    First: My Logitech G510s keyboard was not able to enter bios anymore. Worked when windows loaded but not for bios. Another keyboard did the job entering the bios settings.

    Second: Manually setting my hyperx 2666MHz memory as before to 2666MHz did not work anymore. Set it to 2666 but it showed 2133MHz in Windows... Using XMP Profile instead worked.

    Third: Sometimes right after looging on to windows a bluescreen "memory management" appears. Never happend before. Maybe one out of ten times and only during this time. Completely stable everywhere other than that.

    Fourth; Either the bios update or the drivers causes an event to be logged about every hour: IOC Agent event 0

    2017-01-21 15:20:10,499 [56] ERROR ProviderManager.SecurepayBcaProvisioner - Exception during BCA-SGX provisioning
    System.Runtime.InteropServices.SEHException (0x80004005): External component has thrown an exception.
    at Intel.Pabe.Factor.SgxProvider.AbortProvision(SgxPr ovider* , UInt32 )
    at BCAXInterface.SgxProvider.Provision(String provisionUrl, String providerUrl)
    at ProviderManager.SecurepayBcaProvisioner.<>c__Displ ayClass16_0.<StartProvisioningAsync>b__0()

    My second system Z170i Pro Gaming with i5-6500 and 16GB HyperX 2400MHz memory after upgrading to bios 3016 (never been overclocked):

    First: Disabling onboard wifi in the bios. It still shows up in windows! Never happend before.
    Second: Same event as above is logged in the event log every hour.
    Last edited by magnusr; 01-21-2017 at 03:25 PM.

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    MotherboardAsus Maximus VIII Ranger
    Processori5-6600K @ 4.4 GHZ (Skylake)
    Memory (part number)2 x 8 GB Kingston DDR4 2666 MHz
    Graphics Card #1Gigabyte GTX 1080 G1 Gaming
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    Mouse Logitech G9
    OS Windows 10 x64

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    Seems like BIOS flashback to 2202 is the best option for you.

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    I solved the fourth problem regarding the event message in event viewer.

    It was asus latest imei driver update that was bad. Got another one from a diffrent source. The event message is gone now.

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    Hi,

    same Problem here. Which Version of imei driver did solved the Problem?
    Can you post a link?

    thanks in advance

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    11.6.0.1047. Dont remember which page. Try googling imei 11.6.0.1047. And you will find. Think its 2 versions a small one and a bigger one. The package I used was 72,9MB extracted.

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    I flashed back to 2002.Everything is working as it should again

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