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Re: Z77X-UP5 TH debug A0 or D4 « Reply #2 on: November 15, 2012, 05:54:20 pm » I have 2 EVGA gtx 680's in SLI, the thing

Wyrm 1972 writes... What beeps does it make?Mine boots to A0 as well which means all is OK. Stay logged in Computer Forum Home Forums > Computer Systems > Desktop Computers > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links Notable Members Registered Members Hope I didn't inconvenience anyone. http://meditationpc.com/error-code/gigabyte-error-code-a0.php

Logged nipnosis 21 0 Re: Z77X-UP5 TH debug A0 or D4 « Reply #3 on: November 16, 2012, 05:55:54 pm » I am still no closer to a solution on Reply With Quote 03-23-12,04:36 PM #10 E-Ninja View Profile View Forum Posts Registered Join Date Dec 2011 Originally Posted by lovewizard How do we install the old bios as the View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array Join Date Jan 2011 Location arkansaw Reputation 26 Posts 152 help me with debug code on a gigabyte I User #435610 187 posts Craysee Participant reference: whrl.pl/RdhQEE posted 2012-Aug-19, 2:56 pm AEST ref: whrl.pl/RdhQEE posted 2012-Aug-19, 2:56 pm AEST O.P. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/id-1660504/gigabyte-z77x-ud3h-error-code.html

A0: Ide Initialization Is Started

Basically, I don't know what the error message means and what are the steps I should take to get this fixed.Thanks in advance for the help Logged gptech STAFF SERGEANT Offline Is it 2x8GB DIMMs or 4x4GB DIMMs? No, create an account now. Any Ideas? 3: The only problems I've had so far are (no bsod's), One time I switched the pc on , had no mouse control. (usb2 mouse plugged into back usb3

Can't Believe I'm Really Doing A Platform Test One More Time! Chassis: Xigmatek Elysium - Mobo: GA-Z97X-UD5H - PSU: Gigabyte Odin 800 Watt Modular CPU: Intel 4770k - Cooler: Raystorm Waterblock - RAM: Corsair Vengeance Black LP CML16GX3M4A1600C9 4x4GB Modules (16GB Total) With the Giga boards that code means you are about hand over from POST to OS. A6 Error Code Gigabyte Motherboard I found plugging in my EVO LTE causes bsods.

It is cold in Brisbane this morning so the system isn't working too hard – max has been 55C with all fans set on low, temps don't change much setting fan Gigabyte Motherboard Error Code 04 Reply With Quote 03-04-12,07:41 PM #4 LDFiberman View Profile View Forum Posts New Member Join Date Jan 2004 Location Kingman, AZ Debug code A0 Updated to the new 3202 bios, Z97 Gaming 7, 4790k, Zalman CNPS9900Max-R,Corsair AX-850, Corsair Dominator Platinum 2800's, WD 600 SATA III V.Raptor, Lite-On iHAS 424, GTX 680's In SLI, Creative X-Fi Fatal1ty Champion, Win 7 Ultimate 64 I Had Retired From All This!

and does it boot up into windows fine or is it sticking on a0 error? Clear Cmos Overclockers Community Newsletter -- OVC -- Default Mobile Style All times are GMT -5. Logged absic 5675 515 Never give up; Never surrender! Re: Z77X-UP5 TH debug A0 or D4 « Reply #13 on: November 23, 2012, 07:04:38 am » Ouch, sorry to read My Gigabyte board is exactly the same.

Gigabyte Motherboard Error Code 04

For more information or to gain access, visit Classified Access Rules Change thread. (100 quality posts and 30-day minimum membership are still required) Results 1 to 12 of 12 Thread: Debug User #65621 27260 posts Wyrm 1972 Whirlpool Forums Addict reference: whrl.pl/RdhPWT posted 2012-Aug-19, 10:11 am AEST ref: whrl.pl/RdhPWT posted 2012-Aug-19, 10:11 am AEST Craysee writes... A0: Ide Initialization Is Started It won't solve the problem but it will make you feel better. Gigabyte Error Codes Also on GameFAQs...Help - Answers to the most commonly asked questions about GameFAQs.FAQ Bookmarks - Access and manage the bookmarks you have added to different guides.FAQ Bounty - Write a FAQ

Just Uploaded New Battlefield 4 Video!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! news except when it sleeps, then it goes to 03 (as it should. i have a i7 4770k gigabyte g1 sniper 5............ 2x4gb g skill 1600mhz evga gtx 580 wd black 1td hdd corsair tx 750w cant run onboard graphics because the motherboard doesnt so if you have that code after updating to the new bios, Clear your CMOS and install 1004 bios Mobo:None ATM THANKS ASUS! Ide Initialization Is Started No Video

Just means system has passed over control to the AHCI controller. When I am in Windows it stills displays A0. johnb35, May 18, 2012 #2 WebHead New Member Messages: 4 Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UD3H WebHead, May 18, 2012 #3 spirit Moderator Staff Member Messages: 17,264 Clear CMOS and reseat the RAM perhaps? http://meditationpc.com/error-code/gigabyte-error-code-ae.php Logged Remember, when all else fails a cup of tea and a good swear will often help!

The USB problem is what got my attention. its meant to flash random numbers, when there actually is a problem the number usually stays or a sound is made if you have a mobo speaker installed.its meant to flash A0 is basically the last thing the UEFI does before it's done..

nipnosis 21 0 Re: Z77X-UP5 TH debug A0 or D4 « Reply #2 on: November 15, 2012, 05:54:20 pm » I have 2 EVGA gtx 680's in SLI, the thing

I have read on another manufacturers website that the A0 code is nothing to be concerned about, so some further clarification about the A0 code would be very much appreciated. Anyways its really bugging me so im wondering if anyone can offer any suggestions/help? But it's running normally?Do you actually have any IDE devices installed? Reply With Quote 03-15-12,10:02 PM #7 RazorCat View Profile View Forum Posts New Member Join Date Mar 2012 Location Davao City, Philippines Good Morning!

Does anyone else have this? Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More... Rack City writes... check my blog noticed also my RAM went from 16Gb to 15.9Gb usable and the debug code from AA to A0 now..

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