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asus rampage iv black edition restart at shutdown

Fergy5
Level 7
The ASUS Rampage iv black edition restart at shutdown. When I go through the shutdown process, the system shutdown but restarts again. The only way to shutdown is to hold the start button for four seconds. System;

Rampage IV Black Edition
i7 4930K CPU
Corsair RAM 2400 10C (32 Gb, 4x8Gb sticks)
Windows 8.1
SLI 2 each GTX 770 SC video Cards
Comos II case
Water Cool Motherboard chip set & MOSFET, video, CPU
Corsair 1200i Power Supply
Samsung 840 500 Gb SSD
Samsung 830 256 Gb SSD
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Gawlron
Level 7
I had a similar problem early on... but I've been trying to find the right config for me that it kind of went away. I think it has something to do with the USB ports and something being plugged in. I also no longer have the OC Panel plugged into my board - it's currently just powering my pumps.

Double check your USB settings in the UEFI.
ASUS RAMPAGE IV BLACK EDITION | INTEL i7 4930K | G.SKILLZ RIPJAW X 32GB | ASUS STRIX GTX 980 TWO-WAY SLI | CUSTOM WATER COOLING
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supermotolew
Level 7
snap I have the same problem but I have all usb off and all devices in device manager to not turn on but mine still turns on sometimes right away sometimes in a few hours

Hello,

I am suddenly experiencing the same issue. When I shut down the system via Windows shut down option, the usual "shutting down" screen shows up but the LEDs never go off and the system restarts instead. As the OP mentioned, the only way to turn off the system is to kill it via the power button... the USB issue seems unlikely to me, as this issue has only recently begun to occur, and none of my BIOS settings or system components have changed... could this be a Windows issue??? Perhaps there is something in the scheduled tasks or registry that is telling the system to reboot. Having said that, the fact that windows says "shutting down" rather than "restarting" is perplexing.

Any help with this would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Carson

Max2014
Level 7
Hello. Im glad i found the exact topic because this happens to me. About 1 of each 3 shut off via windows (8.1) It restarts, but takes a longer time to see display logo than if i do restart properly, and the beep sounds a bit longer and low pitched.

I have a GTX Titan, 2X Hyper x 4gb Kingston, 2x Corsair Neutron (Raid0) have plugged the RogPanel and on usb have a F710Joystick on front and a receiver for Wireless combo mouse and kb Microsoft 2000. No over clock

Max2014 wrote:
Hello. Im glad i found the exact topic because this happens to me. About 1 of each 3 shut off via windows (8.1) It restarts, but takes a longer time to see display logo than if i do restart properly, and the beep sounds a bit longer and low pitched.

I have a GTX Titan, 2X Hyper x 4gb Kingston, 2x Corsair Neutron (Raid0) have plugged the RogPanel and on usb have a F710Joystick on front and a receiver for Wireless combo mouse and kb Microsoft 2000. No over clock



Make sure you have disabled WOL settings in network adapters. I resolved my issue by restoring my system to a restore point... it was a windows update that caused my issue. Try disabling c6 sleep states in the bios. Run malware bytes to make sure it's not a Trojan.

Carson

neyuru
Level 10
Maybe this helps?

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Rampage IV Extreme BIOS 4206
Intel I7-3820
32 GB Quad Channel Kingston Hyper X Genesis
2 x Nvidia GTX 690
2 x WD Velociraptor 250 GB RAID0
Intel 120GB 320 SSD
Noctua NH-D14 SE2011
CM Silent Pro Hybrid - 1300W
CM HAFx

Max2014
Level 7
Not really, it only helped with another old issue that pc turns on when i pressed any key or mouse.

hubbwest
Level 7
Has anyone figured this out? Its driving me crazy!! I have windows pro 7 shut my computer down the red leds on the board do not turn off but the computer seems to be off. 3 to 5 minutes later it boots back on like someone turned it on. Glad to see a thread thought my computer was possessed. Is there a solution to this problem

Raja
Level 13
The Intel RST drivers can cause this at times as well..