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I just got this solved by clearing the cmos.

Steps I toke 1) Pushed the cmos button on the MB for 10 seconds 2) Disconnected power 3) Removed battery for over a minute.

Then placed back the graphics card, then the battery and then connected power again. Connected one screen via DVI. Started up and went BIOS to set everything back as it was and it runs back as before. Great!
Motherboards with Intel processors / Z77X-UD4H - Graphics card not detected
« Last post by Störung on Yesterday at 11:50:38 am »
yesterday I cleaned my case out and removed my graphics card to have more room. After I am done I put the card back in, connect everything, start up but the graphics card isn't detected anymore. The gpu is a MSI GTX 1060. I tried my old Gigabyte GTX 770 also wich doesn't get detected either. Tried both Pcie slots without result. The cards get power, leds on MSI turn on and the 770 will spin the fans.
I'm going later to test the card in someone else pc and see if it gets detected, but because it's both cards I suspect it sooner to be something with the motherboard?

*Small update, the gpu card gets detected in another system.

Anyone has a clue for this one?


Notebooks and netbooks / Can't install bluetooth driver on P37x laptop
« Last post by boogaloo on February 19, 2019, 03:50:00 pm »
I can't install the bluetooth driver to my P37x (Windows 8.1), either via Smart Update or by downloading the driver from the Gigabyte website. I get this error message:

"Could not write value C:\Program Files (x86)\Intel\Bluetooth\ to key\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows Defender\Exclusions\Paths

 Verify that you have sufficient access to that key, or contact your support personnel"

I've tried disabling Windows Defender, but it still won't work.

I had the same problem a few years ago, and an engineer solved it for me, but I'm now out of the warranty period so I don't qualify for that service. I'd really appreciate it if someone could give me some advice!
Graphic cards / Re: How can I install the Aorus OC Software without the RGB?
« Last post by GigaGamer on February 13, 2019, 08:13:57 pm »
You have a vintage system - I had similar issues when I was on an 990FX board.
However, you can use Wattman to oc/tune the GPU... but there is no help with the LED problem.

That's what I kinda figured.
If my board wasn't RGB capable it wasn't going to work..
OH WELL Thanks for your answer and help.
So the board is almost 5 yrs old and you've had this "recurring" issue since day one.

You are not using QVL RAM.  There is not Kingston RAM listed for 1866Mhz.  This is not to say it won't work, its just not certified as supported.  Did you buy this board used?  It didn't ship with F6.  How was it upgraded?  You may want to try reflashing F6 using Q-Flash. 

Freezing or detection issues can be caused by a faulty BIOS flash, defective hardware, incompatible memory or aggressive/incorrect BIOS settings.

You have more troubleshooting to do.

If the system freezes randomly/repetitively after reset there is an underlying problem.  (One of the items I mentioned above)   
Drivers are perfect and are not always compatible with every hardware/software scenario.  If you believe an update is causing a problem, roll back to the previous version to confirm.

If you aren't making regular back ups of your system, start there.  This gives you ultimate flexibility to install, test and evaluate software, drivers, updates, etc.   

Could almost anything.  Recent update to OS or application, another piece of hardware, etc. 

If you think a driver is causing a problem, roll back to the previous version.   

I also mentioned this elsewhere today.  If you aren't backing up your system, start there.  You can then update, rollback, troubleshoot or experiment without fear.
Hi guys,
I need your help about "first-time" problem
here's my conf:

-H370 Aorus Gaming 3 wifi (BIOS F11)
-Intel core i5 8600k
-Cooler Noctua NH-U12S (double fan)
-2x8 GB Crucial Ballistix Sport PC4-19200
-GPU GTX 1050 Ti Zotac ZT-P10510A-10L (drivers updated)
-SSD Crucial MX500 250 GB
-HD Western Digital Blue 2TB
-HD Western Digital Red 3TB
-PSU Seasonic focus+ gold 650
-case: cooler master N300
-fans: 140 noctua front intake, 120 noctua back exhaust and 120 cooler master top exhaust
-Windows 10 pro x64

My system usually works fine, temps and voltage (load and idle) are very good.
Yesterday i tried to turn pc off: after windows' notices screen went black but fans and case leds kept on working. Usually system takes not more than 5 seconds to turn itself off, so after 2 minutes I reboot PC by reset switch (maybe i had to wait something more). The system worked fine so I looked at Windows "event viewer" and no critical message was shown. Last event about previous boot: "Operative System stopped at system time..." (false), also other events were good. The only one strange event during shutting down session was about AC9560 intel wifi adapter: error Ntwtw08 id-5002 "Intel(R) Wireless-AC 9560 160MHz: network adapter isn't working properly". There are several error about wifi adapter, especially since I updated latest driver 20.120.0 few days ago. This driver is weird: 30 MB vs 200MB of the previous versions and during installation just blue wifi-logo popped up (the driver installed itself fastly and without notification); other times there were all the Intel (long) installation process. So I rolled back to the previous version but I'm not sure it could be the problem.
Could a driver or a network card prevent shut-down without notification? I'm little scared about something more worrying like motherboard problem or PSU (I purchased Seasonic Focus new 2 months ago, swapping from Thermaltake Berlin :) ).

Thank you very much
General discussions / Re: GA-H110-S2
« Last post by ktk2018 on February 11, 2019, 09:57:25 pm »
great forums guys no replys thanks a lot I see you updated the app centre but still no fix for the usb.30 driver
Motherboards with Intel processors / Z270-HD3P - issues with newest Intel LAN driver
« Last post by anders on February 11, 2019, 01:01:09 pm »
Hello everyone, after updating LAN drivers to the latest version 23.5 I've noticed some strange behavior of PROSet configuration utility. Right after driver installation everything looks fine, but after cca 5 minutes PROSet utility for some reason cannot find "supported adapter" anymore. Adapter itself still works fine, no dropouts, disconnects etc., but PROSet utility just cannot detect it after some time. The only temporary cure is to disable and re-enable the adapter. It's just a bug or something else? Thanks.
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