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    Quote Originally Posted by zebulon2 View Post
    It is difficult to know what is going on without logs. Would UEFI provide some records of the POST process? Hence helping with pinpointing the reason why the motherboard needs to shortly stop.
    Must be something you changed in BIOS or OC. No problem at all with bios 3504, works great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by emsir View Post
    I have to ask you. What is the point turning power off at wall? No reason to do that at all. I find it very strange to do that. When you turn off Windows, computer goes to standby. Next time you start computer you just hit the power button. That's normal behaviour. If you want to save power, go in to bios and change ErpReady to S4+S5 or S5. This will make the computer go into deep standby and save power. And it will also turn all LED off, so your motherboard is complete dark when turned off.
    My entire setup is turned off with 1 switch and generally only used every other day , why would I want to leave monitor , speakers and a whole slew of other " toys " plugged in and still drawing power . I presume your the sort of person who leaves their phone charger turned on at the wall and thinks its not drawing any power because your phones not connected and yes it's not a lot of power but multiply it by the world and its a lot , turning it all of at the wall doesn't save power it pulls no power at all .

    I'm getting on a bit so it wont be my generation that's going to have to deal with the consequences

    End result is issue was not there with all bios versions - had the board pretty much since launch - until 3504 so something has changed .

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndyVee View Post
    My entire setup is turned off with 1 switch and generally only used every other day , why would I want to leave monitor , speakers and a whole slew of other " toys " plugged in and still drawing power . I presume your the sort of person who leaves their phone charger turned on at the wall and thinks its not drawing any power because your phones not connected and yes it's not a lot of power but multiply it by the world and its a lot , turning it all of at the wall doesn't save power it pulls no power at all .

    I'm getting on a bit so it wont be my generation that's going to have to deal with the consequences

    End result is issue was not there with all bios versions - had the board pretty much since launch - until 3504 so something has changed .
    You can shut off the monitor on the power button on the monitor - no problem. You can shut off loudspeakers the same way -no problem, I do it evey day. If you have connected other "toys" to your computer, they will be turned off when you shut your computer off in Windows. I presume you have connected some USB "toys" and they will be shut off as well when the computer is off. So your argument is somehow not valid. And no you shouldn't think about how much power "the world" uses. You don't pay for that. You only pay for how much power YOU use.

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    Again you miss the point , not everything is connected via USB and whether you do or don't turn off at mains or not the system should not need to bounce power after a bios update , behaviour AGAIN was not there before the update and has never occurred on any of the Gigabyte boards I have / had in the past . Only reason a board should do this is to correct corrupt settings / bad OC there is no other valid reason for it to need to do this on every cold boot so saying this is normal is not correct and / or your easily pleased / Asus fanboy .
    Finally power " cost " , I was not referring to £ & $ , I was instead referring to moral / eco reasons for turning equipment off when its not in use as other people have to live here after we're gone .

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    If I shutdown my system then power back on it does not do the start/stop/start routine. If I shutdown my system then crawl under my desk and unplug the surge protector, it does do the start/stop/start routine. The behavior is the same on 3504 and 3401 as well as other previous releases. I just checked to verify memory using USB Flashback. This is simple stuff - if you power down and back on it will start right up. If you power down and unplug stuff, it will do the little on/off/on routine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ondersma80 View Post
    If I shutdown my system then power back on it does not do the start/stop/start routine. If I shutdown my system then crawl under my desk and unplug the surge protector, it does do the start/stop/start routine. The behavior is the same on 3504 and 3401 as well as other previous releases. I just checked to verify memory using USB Flashback. This is simple stuff - if you power down and back on it will start right up. If you power down and unplug stuff, it will do the little on/off/on routine.

    Thanks for testing , for me this only happens with 3504 , i'm back on 3401 with no issues but I see your running an M8A while i'm on an M8F . I saw someone else with M8F had same as me so maybe its only exact same issue with this board .

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    Tried to update the bios online.
    Got an update, after which the pc was failing to load and the 0F error was showing up.
    Had to spend some bucks on a repair services , since no recent solutions were on the forums, and the ones that were posted earlier didnt work.
    Also had to wait almost a day to be even allowed to post.
    tl;dr nice update, will try again when i have more moneys to throw away.
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    this is the worst bios ever for my (gene) board, causing me random BSODs always with different reason (among other weird things)
    back to 3201 and everything works great again
    already prepairing email for asus support...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Runner View Post
    Tried to update the bios online.
    Got an update, after which the pc was failing to load and the 0F error was showing up.
    Had to spend some bucks on a repair services , since no recent solutions were on the forums, and the ones that were posted earlier didnt work.
    Also had to wait almost a day to be even allowed to post.
    tl;dr nice update, will try again when i have more moneys to throw away.
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    Buf, to me at the moment I do well after a few days but seeing that the faults begin, I think I'm going back to 3401.

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    New BIOS 3504

    1. First dozen or so boot ups stuck on one of the following Q-Codes 70, 49, 62, 09, 21, 55, and 45.

    2. Two or three random ghost starts after shutdown. Yep! Computer would just boot on its own within a few minutes after shutting down. Doctor confirmed; I do not have dementia. I think it might be Cortana!

    3. Well it's been three days or more. No Q-Codes! No ghost starts! BIOS 3504 finally accumulated what it required.

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