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Asus P8H77-I Bios Issues


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#1 sapper6fd

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Posted 06 March 2013 - 06:03 PM

Hey all.  New member here.  

 

I'm having an issue with a new build I've just created.  Its an ASUS P8H77-I mobo with an i3-3240 processor and 8 GB of Ripjaws Memory and a Seagate ES.2 1 TB drive with Windows 7 installed.  I've configured it to Wake on Lan through the mobo's UEFI Bios.  Every time I turn the system on (and I'm thinking its related to the WOL being enabled as it never happened before I enabled it) I get the following error message when the system posts.

 

"The current BIOS settings do not fully support the boot device.  Click OK to enter the BIOS Setup.

 

Go to Advanced > Boot > CSM Parameters, and adjust the CSM (Compatibility Support Module) settings to enable to boot device)"

 

When I go into the BIOS as instructed to the CSM Paramaters, I've tried all settings and it doesnt make a difference.  The problem is fixed, the system boots up as it should.  The following time the system it booted up, it boots fine as well.  But the third time booting I need to go back into the BIOS again.  Just entering thee CSM Paramaters screen is enough. Reboot and its fine until the third time I try an boot. 

 

Any ideas on what causes this, or how I could fix it?

 

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Posted 07 March 2013 - 12:10 AM

Try clearing the CMOS.  This can be done by using the jumper by the CMOS battery, or removing the CMOS battery for thirty seconds and reinstalling it.

 

If this doesn't work you may need to replace the CMOS battery.


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Posted 08 March 2013 - 12:20 PM

Try clearing the CMOS.  This can be done by using the jumper by the CMOS battery, or removing the CMOS battery for thirty seconds and reinstalling it.

 

If this doesn't work you may need to replace the CMOS battery.

I've managed to determine this is an issue surrounding Windows 7.  This issue doesn't occur when I'm using Ubuntu on the same drive.  I cleared the CMOS and the battery should still be good (its a new mobo).  Still at a loss as to why this is occurring though.  



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Posted 08 March 2013 - 12:49 PM

Just entering thee CSM Paramaters screen is enough.

 

I missed this reading through the first time.  So the UEFI settings actually are not changing?

 

Just for the record, I've known batteries to be bad straight from the store.


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