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App Cente4r was removed on this last update today Why ?

Mine just did a update on both my Computers and it remove the App Center What is up with that is App Center a Goner now ?
All other GIGABYTE products / Re: App Center (B14)
« Last post by StarfighterJ on July 15, 2017, 10:01:25 pm »
Well, we are deep into 2017 and  most up to date App Center still asks for certain update each time I boot up. Fast boot is the one I have installed and this is the one that is annoying me.
After updating, I have to reboot, and guess what: New updates are available pops up and guess what 2: Fast Boot!!!!!!
 >:( >:( >:( >:( >:( ::) ::) ::) ::)

Mine just did a update on both my Computers and it remove the App Center What is up with that is App Center a Goner now ?
Gave this some additional thought last night.  See my post from the 26th.  Next things to look at. 

Fast boot / Ultra Fast Boot.  Are you using these settings in BIOS or in conjunction with the App Center Utility in the OS?

I believe these settings are disabled when Defaults are loaded which could change the behavior of cold boot.

My recommendation is you don't need either of these if you are running a m.2 or SSD.   

I appreciate you believe your intention is trying to help, but going back over this thread, your posts are in the guise of someone who is authoritative, but your posts might be seen by some as deflective or providing incorrect advise. Do you work for Gigabyte ?
It would be more helpful if you could put pressure on this company to rectify a serious defect that is causing people to return their motherboards on the grounds they dont meet the advertised functional standards. Such advertised functional standards induced people to spend money on these boards and build systems around them. This takes time and money.

It is good however that progress on the now accepted issue is apparently being made, albeit that is only evidenced by one person who has a bios that no one else has access to..

Laughable that you are holding me to any level of accountability for this issue by asking questions/making suggestions in the 5th post of a 7 page thread with 95 responses.  At that point, there was only very limited information from one user (Phroster) with one other person (oo0filthy0oo) who chimed in with a similar but unconfirmed behavior.  Like me, he suggested BIOS settings.  I don't work for Gigabyte.  Just a user, who enjoys the brand. My time and advise is voluntary and provided freely.   I am not in a position to put ANY pressure on Gigabyte.  I don't stand to gain anything.  I wasn't deflecting.  With only one confirmed report and limited information, my advise was based on behavior I'd seen previously as possible reasons why a system might behave in this manner.  Configuration, hardware selection and BIOS settings which at the time were being reported by only one person.  Over time, we learned the problem was widespread and affected multiple platforms.  We're all here to help one another.  I don't have all the answers.  Like everyone else here, I'm glad the problem is now seemingly going to be addressed.             
I just built a Ryzen system with the following specs:
New Parts>>>
CPU: Ryzen 5 1600
RAM : Corsair Vengeance LPX 8GB 2x4 3000MHz (CMK8GX4M2B3000C15R) set on auto @2133MHz
MOBO: Gigabyte AB350 Gaming 3 (Updated BIOS to F7)
Old Parts>>>
1 Intel 520 SSD 120GB
1 AMD R3 SSD 120GB
1 WD Green 500GB HDD
1 WD Blue 1TB HDD
COOLING: Corsair H80i
PSU: Super Flower Leadex Gold 750W
I have one issue that's getting on my nerves.
I have the system in an NZXT H440 NE case. I have 3 140mm fans and 2 120mm fans connected to the integrated fan controller.
I have hooked the PWM cable from the controller to the SYS_FAN1 port...but I can't...for the love of God set it. It says 0RPM,which is fine, since there are multiple fans connected through a hub, thus not reporting any speed...but applying any fan curve from BIOS is having no effect. PWM somehow works on its own, though I can't set it to a fixed percentage, say 30%,which I ultimately aim to do. During the first seconds of boot the fans are at there shouldn't be an issue.
After a while though, they go to 100%.'s bearable. They're Cougar fans so even at 100% the only noise coming from the PC is the air moving. Fans themselves are very quiet.
But this Ryzen chip is so efficent...and cooling is so overkill that I want to make it dead silent.(as I was previously doing to my FX 8350...IKR?!).
Speedfan is not updated for the motherboard and the BIOS SmartFan is not working on my setup, although I have heard that it works flawlessly when connecting multiple fans directly the ports.
Any idea how to control those fans or rather the PWM on SYS_FAN1? Any piece of advice(and software) would be great.
Motherboards with Intel processors / Re: LAN/Ethernet Driver Issue
« Last post by shadowsports on July 15, 2017, 08:15:10 pm »
cFos strikes again.  Glad you figured it out.
Motherboards with Intel processors / Re: LAN/Ethernet Driver Issue
« Last post by The_CoachLIVE on July 15, 2017, 06:19:19 pm »
Similar to LAN issues, I can't seem to get the my Network Adapter to receive the connection from my Netgear C7000 Gateway.

We've (Cox and Netgear) determined the line into the house is good, the router is good and it seems to be a driver issue with my desktop computer only.  I hard wired my laptop to the gateway and I get the speeds I would expect; however, if I plug the same ethernet cord from the Netgear into my desktop ethernet port, I get low connectivity.

I've uninstalled and reinstalled drivers from both Gigabyte and Intel for the LAN device.

Still getting 14Mbs Download, <1 Mbs Upload...I'm paying for 300/30.

Windows 10
Z270XP-SLI Mobo
i7-7700k CPU
Asus Strix 1070 GPU
Samsung SSD
EVGA DDR4 16Gb 3200Mz

Thanks in advance!


I UNINSTALLED cFos Speed.  This is apparently a program that "helps" direct internet traffic. directed my traffic right to HELL.  Uninstalled it and BAM BAM BLAM WHAM POW!!!!!  Download and Upload Speeds are where they should be 300 Mbps down/30 Mbps up.

BTW - my gateway was the Netgear C7000  Gigabyte Motherboard Z270XP-SLI
Motherboards with Intel processors / Re: Suggest MB
« Last post by autotech on July 15, 2017, 05:17:50 pm »
I actually like the one I am running has M2 slot and can do multi monitor.
Man, you guys are just a barrel of fun  ;D

I don't have another PSU to test with unfortunately, the voltages seem fine though for what it's worth.

Maybe one day I'll be rich enough to replace parts with impunity and have an entire room in place dedicated to the ones that didn't make it. But I'm not there yet :'(

I guess the switch will have to do, thanks anyways.
Motherboards with Intel processors / Re: Suggest MB
« Last post by Graceman on July 15, 2017, 04:27:12 pm »
No recommendations at all?
So I've been in touch with the support at Gigabyte and they sent me a new BIOS version (F7) which solved all my issues. Hopefully it will be out soon!

That is good news. Did they send you the F7a bios that is available here (and shown as beta)

You mention it fixes all  your problems, are these the problems being reported in this thread ?
Please can confirm the following questions for us all:
1. what is the full version of your bios is it f7a or something else ?
2. what speed memory do you have
3. do you have xmp profile enabled in the bios
4. if you make a bios setting change and restart does the machine power off and then restart after a couple of seconds?

Thank you

Sure, I can do that!

1. The name of the BIOS is F7, with a date of "07/06/2017". So this is indeed a new BIOS and not the F7a BIOS (which I updated from).
2. My memory speed is 3600mhz. I have Trident Z RGB 16gb of RAM.
3. Yes!
4. I turned on CPU overclock (i7-7700k OC'd @ 4,8Ghz), "Windows 8/10" setting is turned on to "Windows 8/10". I also have XMP profile turned on and I changed RGB fusion colors as well. These are all the settings I have made after upgrading BIOS to F7. Now, when I reboot, the power is indeed still turned on (fans running, etc.), so the computer now doesn't turn itself off for a few seconds before booting again.

Hope that helps!

Thank you very much RealityBoost - so indeed that is all really great news. I think a few of us were considering our next actions here..

by the way -Is it only me that thinks that F7a should come after F7 in release order ?!!
They have always used that order of versions. The beta for each version whether it's F1 2 3 4 5 6 always has had a letter (in order of which beta) placed after the full version number then when the stable full version is released it just becomes F7 etc.

Eagerly awaiting for gigabyte to update the support downloads. I've been checking it every few hours in anticipation for version F7 but nothing yet.
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