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RVE Edition 10 - issue after issue, new one is system will not POST, USB issues.

TonyTurbo78
Level 7
Hi guys.

I've had a bit of a torrid time with this board the last month or so, getting to a point now where I'm getting a little frustrated with having problem after problem. I've three major issues after a fresh install on Friday thinking that would solve some of these issues (it didn't)

So the main one now, and the one I need to try and resolve is the fact that the system will not POST. I get the little Asus 10 edition logo but then the system just freezes there. Now, I've been reading around a lot that this fault has to do with having Legacy devices plugged in or the xHCI controller/handoff settings in the bios. I've disabled them all but the system still does not want to boot, just hangs at the POST screen. Only way I can get into Windows, is to unplug my steering wheel, pedals and any other devices. I'm on the latest bios (2101). Is there a way to fix this? I got the latest xHCI driver from the Windows Update Catalogue and updated the Asus USB driver but it hasn't fixed the issue.

The next biggest issue I have is one surrounding (pun intended) my triple screen Nvidia Surround on the sim rig. I have 3 1440p monitors, but every time I reboot the system I have to set up Nvidia Surround again. Now, I know most would say this is a video driver problem, but I've wiped, installed and rolled back drivers by the dozens and none has resolved this issue. I've a 1080ti in this rig, but have two other rigs in my house, both of them have Titan Pascals in them. I've even swapped out the various cards but I get the same issue with all three GPU's. It's even still doing it after the latest fresh Windows 10 install. So wondering if this would be another problem linked to the motherboard.

The last big issue I'm having is that the board refuses to now apply the x42 multi sync all cores I've had set in the bios for years. It will only boost to 4.2ghz on core 4, all the other cores remain stuck on a x35 multiplier. No matter what number I choose, no matter what voltage or overclock settings I tweak, the outcome is always the same. Now, I know where the problem comes from, the Windows updates and the microcode but the latest bios update is so old that it will not resolve this issue. Digging around on the internet it looks as if I can remove a registry file (mcupdate_genuineintel.dll) to fix, but I've just not had the time or the want to try that yet as I have bigger issues.

What a PITA this platform has become. I know it's getting on a bit now, but the amount of problems that are cropping up on this platform now seems so excessive.

I really hope some of you could throw me some ideas on how to fix. I've done so much diagnosing, troubleshooting and fault finding to resolve but it's got to the point now where I need to come in here and ask for advice.

Thanks in advance if you can help.
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JOSHSKORN
Level 7
@TonyTurbo78 any luck with this setup? My computer has random non-posting issues. This whole week, I've had to reset my CMOS to get my computer working again. I could go for several days with no issues, too and then it starts randomly not posting. I haven't updated to the latest BIOS, I'm on 3701.

JOSHSKORN wrote:
@TonyTurbo78 any luck with this setup? My computer has random non-posting issues. This whole week, I've had to reset my CMOS to get my computer working again. I could go for several days with no issues, too and then it starts randomly not posting. I haven't updated to the latest BIOS, I'm on 3701.



So far so good, the powered USB hub really seems to have resolved the issue. I'm on the very latest bios.