I got the replacement based on the special program. Still no problems, but a few days can't tell a lot.
Anyway, the replacement looks like a new board.
I have been using my computer intensively for two days. I reverted to version 3801. And there seems to be no errors for now.
I've rebooted multiple times. I put it to sleep mode and woke it back up. It did not repeat the same problem. I'll test it for a while and see if it's the same problem.
What is the exact cause of this problem? Is the BIOS update breaking the motherboard? Or is there another reason? Has an explanation been made about this?
Two days means nothing, sometimes I have 3 weeks no error, or I have 10 errors in 3 weeks, it's completely random.
It just depends on how you use your computer, I've had it on for 3 weeks now because I need it to render. He was 100% stable then.
But after I put him manually to sleep 5 times, then I got the error again after 3 weeks of a 100% stable rendering period.
Did they say any more details about it ? Is this something that will eventually brick the motherboard? Or will it just have this behaviour without getting worse
My system has 5900X processor, Asus ROG Crosshair X570 motherboard, 4X16GB Gskill NEO 3600Mhz GTZNC memories, EVGA RTX 3070TI FTW3 graphics card and BeQuiet Straightpower 11 850+ Gold Psu.
And I am having the same boot issue. I ran into this problem after installing BIOS 4201 (Agesa 220.127.116.11).
Sometimes, when I want to restart the computer, especially after long hours of shutdown, it becomes unresponsive.
Turning the PSU power switch off and back on fixes the problem.
I wonder if going back to the old BIOS or updating the BIOS with the USB Flashback method will solve the problem?
It looks like a BIOS issue, not a hardware issue.
I had loaded the BIOS with EZFlash from within the BIOS. Could this be the reason? I don't want to deal with warranty processes. It takes too long.
Can you give an idea for the solution?