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Because you are getting different codes for different items that you have tested as good, I now believe you may have a bad motherboard. ALL ANNOUCEMENTS ACCOUNT ProductsLaptopsDesktopsMotherboardsGraphics CardsMonitorsKeyboardsMiceMousepadsHeadsetsSound CardsAccessoriesROG Certified ProductsArticlesAllPress ReleasesEventsPromotionsGuidesGamingGeneral SetupOverclockingPC BuildSoftwareTechnologiesUnboxingGalleriesModsTechnologiesGamingOverclockingProductsLaptopsDesktopsMotherboardsGraphics CardsMonitorsKeyboardsMiceHeadsetsSound CardsAccessoriesROG CertifiedGamingGaming NewsStrategies & GuidesOverclockingRealbenchLeaderboardWorld RecordsDownloadsCommunityForumEventsPromotions No new messages Inbox Sign In Sign Up Today's Posts Mark Forums Read I have not tried the flash drive in the back panel usb3.0 ports but who wants to reach around their every time. I would do some hardware test too like Mem Test 86 and try stress testing your CPU.http://www.memtest86.com/Here is something else that could help.http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?12386-Stuck-at-Debug-Code-AE-after-first-boot/page2Some suggest that it could be a hard drive http://meditationpc.com/error-code/gigabyte-a0-error-code.php

any other way to resolve this issue? Tabs System by vbSoporte - vBulletin en EspaƱol XtremeSystems Join us now! Gigabyte told me it was some issue with the VIA chip in Windows 7. SharkBaitGGFeb 12, 2015, 7:41 PM JimF_35 said: From the Gigabyte manual:AE - Boot to Legacy OS. http://forum.giga-byte.co.uk/index.php?topic=15318.0

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I unpluged all my usb stuff and It worked! If not I am returning back to Asus MoBo and Asus Video Cards. Power on PC 2.

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To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Asrock Error Code A2 Overclocking the Strix GTX 1080 | OC Panel & OC Panel II Guide | Overclocking i7-6700K to 4.6GHz | R5E 128GB DDR4 Setup | Liquid Cooling GTX 980 Ti Poseidon | I never did anything about it and it hasn't happened to me in a long time. Regards, #5 RyanInnes New Member Total Posts : 7 Reward points : 0 Joined: 2013/03/30 10:23:43 Status: offline Ribbons : 0 Re:EVGA Error Code 64 2013/04/02 13:37:06 (permalink) I have

Try starting with pins shorted or try shorting after it turns on strange that backup bios is doing the same thing, sounds as though you also flashed main to backup bios the error is 64. So I did and when I put it back together I now get an Error Code 64 (CPU DXE initialization is started). I am new to this forum, But I have been having a frustrating issue with my new mpower board.everything seems to be working fine...

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SharkBaitGGFeb 13, 2015, 1:27 AM JimF_35 said: I think you might of read the display upside down. this website Logged + Print Pages: [1] 2 Go Up « previous next » Official GIGABYTE Forum Questions about GIGABYTE products Motherboards with Intel processors Z97x Gaming 7 slow to post code 64 Error Code 64 Motherboard Logged shadowsports 816 25 Rev 1.1, BIOS F8 Re: Z97x Gaming 7 slow to post code 64 « Reply #3 on: November 20, 2014, 05:06:54 am » Before moving forward Gigabyte Motherboard Code A6 Best answer JimF_35Feb 12, 2015, 11:16 PM I think you might of read the display upside down.

All my hard ware is in my sig under main rig. news Work 24/7 Rig Gigabyte GA-Z87X-UD5H, i7 4790K L418C133 ,8GB Team Xtreem LV 2600, PC Power & Cooling 850WPSU, 120GB OCZ Vertex 3 SSD, 2 x 500GB Hitachi Sata Drives Mirrored, Antec GB's website lists the current official BIOS still as F6. Voltage at default 1.50V. Cpu Dxe Initialization Is Started 64

The ultimate starter-thread for new members Follow @teamevga Back to Mobile Overclock.net Join Overclock.net Home Forums News Gaming Reviews Rigbuilder Search My Profile Remember Me Forgot Password? The UD5H does not seem to have this issue. Overclocking the Strix GTX 1080 | OC Panel & OC Panel II Guide | Overclocking i7-6700K to 4.6GHz | R5E 128GB DDR4 Setup | Liquid Cooling GTX 980 Ti Poseidon | http://meditationpc.com/error-code/gigabyte-error-code-a0.php Not sure why it only happens on some boards, must be a specific combination of hardware.

I may suggest clearing your CMOS then testing the system with only 1 stick of memory installed, reseating the 24pin 8pin power, usb keyboard, video card, but no hdd or optical GA-Z97X-SOC Force ,Core i7-4790K @ 4.9 GHz GA-Z87X-UD3H ,Core i7-4770K @ 4.65 GHz G.Skill F3-2933C12D-8GTXDG @ 3100 (12-15-14-35-CR1) @1.66V 2xSSD Corsair Force GS 128 (RAID 0), WD Caviar Black SATA3 1TB Could the error be:E0 S3 - Resume is stared (called from DXE IPL).DXE means Drive Execution EnviromentIPL means Initial Program LoadWhat I found on the internet on this is......-memory initialization Post-Memory

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I switched them both to 3.0 and haven't noticed an immediate difference, but once again, it won't hang up if i'm resetting it repeatedly to test it. Now that it is stripped down take the power cord off and battery out and leave it out for 10 minutes. i only can resolve this issue by rebooting my pc. What's more, if I power it off and on repeatedly to test it, it always passes, it only throws the code if it's been powered off for a while.

I know the UD3H uses the VLI controller, while the UD5h and Sniper 3 use the hub, which is different. You may be able to use all these codes as evidence that your board is bad and get a new one or at the very least see what they suggest doing.Also If not then you have to use video card also. http://meditationpc.com/error-code/gigabyte-error-code-ae.php But I do believe it was locking up while the system was stable. 4.

Hasn't stopped on the 64 and not booted up yet but I suspect it will over the next few days/weeks again just as before.I'm running Bios F6, most current listed as Main Rig Gigabyte z78x-OC Bios F5n i7-4770k batch L310B492 Malay @ 4.5ghz with HT 1.2v Samsung Green 8GB 2x4GB MV-3V4G3D/US DDR3 1.3v 30nn HiS ATI HD 6950 Corsair Force GT 120 I think it should be 100 MHz. Come to find out the issue I had a few days ago did not turn out to be a bad flash or corrupt bios but just the fact after a flash

Still the same as before. Home / Play Rig Asrock Z87 OC Formula/AC, i7 4770K L310B487, 8GB Corsair Dominator Platinum 2666 CL10, BeQuiet Dark Power Pro P8 1200W PSU, 120GB Corsair Force GT SSD, 2 x Ram has been proven to overclock up to 2400-2600 even 2800. At first if you selected anything higher then 2133 it would select that option but would not apply it.

Asus G20CB - Core i7 6700, Nvidia GTX980, 16GB Ram, 256GB SK Hynix SSD, 1TB Samsung SSD. Get the latest BIOS update for your computer and it should fix the problem. A few hours ago, I took my i5-4690k to Micro Center and they swapped it out for an i7-4790k, but I still get the issue. first 2, then second 2.

I can use the front panel usb2.0 headers. If you get a clean/fast boot by pressing the power or reset button after this Qcode 64 hang, You may also want to look at your power supply as another possible I see there are many more beta BIOS versions, does anyone know if they might be to help with a issue such as this? Each code comes with its own description of what it is, and maybe we could find the root cause of this problem.

This is usually fixed by updating the BIOS. Memory timings set to MODE 1 in BIOS, and all on AUTO. This sounds like a compatibility issue with the USB3 drive, maybe double check the connectors and/or try a different one on the board and/or if you have another mobo lying around I would do some hardware test too like Mem Test 86 and try stress testing your CPU.http://www.memtest86.com/Here is something else that could help.http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?12386-Stuck-at-Debug-Code-AE-after-first-boot/page2Some suggest that it could be a hard drive

This is usually fixed by updating the BIOS. Now it apply it but will not boot. It's got an i5-4690k, 2x4GB RAM, and is running Windows 7 on an Intel 730 SSD. I'm not overclocking any components aside from adjusting my RAM, but I still get the code even when the CMOS is reset to default.