Repair uefi boot - Asus P8P67 Boot Problems

19th of May 2012 23

Asus P8P67 Boot Problems

The Computer boots up, then immediately powers down and starts up again. Using i5-2500 sandy bridge and Asus P8P67 mainboard, along with compatibility certified Kingston KVR1333D3N9/2G (4 x 2 GB). When I reset the computer, the PC starts but does not boot up, when it actually boots, it can take up to 40 seconds until the BIOS beep.

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  1. InstantUsername 2:37 pm 19/05 of 2012

    Someone on a forum said this “ Go into Bios- boot menu- set option rom messages to “KEEP CURRENT”

    I have no idea if this is relevant, or what it even means. My new Asus board is not installed yet so I don’t know if I will have such issues when overclocking.

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  2. psinos0 2:55 pm 19/05 of 2012

    I’ve got same problem like you :/

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  3. Jinxxed0 3:10 pm 19/05 of 2012

    It was a nightmare getting this thing to run, but it does run, it’s a dream.

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  4. Jinxxed0 3:57 pm 19/05 of 2012

    I solved it and my computer is up and running. I just made sure everything was connected and connected right. then i booted the system with one ram stick instead of two. then i eventually had a problem with getting everything to install. you may not have this problem, but if you have a 6gb/s hdd, us a 3gb/s cord to connect it and install windows and everything, and make sure your PC is completely upgraded while still using one stick of ram. then once it’s done updating put in the other ram.

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  5. braqour 4:29 pm 19/05 of 2012

    I have the same problem…

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  6. DBYRNE1984 4:40 pm 19/05 of 2012

    did ya fix the problem. Im in the same situation. nothing seems to work.

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  7. ultimateako96 5:09 pm 19/05 of 2012

    Tnx for the reply:D I will try to do that! And if it don’t work, I am gonna send my board back! :)

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  8. Jinxxed0 5:37 pm 19/05 of 2012

    Yeah, my computer is up and running. I had to take out one of the ram sticks and it booted. then i had trouble installing windows. but that was because i was using the 6gb cord instead of the 3gb one.because the drivers werent installed for the 6gb one yet.

    it was a major hassle, but now everything is working great. good luck

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  9. ultimateako96 6:05 pm 19/05 of 2012

    @Jinxxed0
    I have the same problem! Did you find a fix for it? And if you did please let me know! :D
    (My hotmail: olsall@hotmail.com)

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  10. microfinancesolution 6:43 pm 19/05 of 2012

    Jinxxed0; Had the same problem, fixed it with these instruction:

    Clear the RTC RAM:

    1- turn off the computer and unplug the power cord
    2- Find the RTC jumper on your motherboard, move the jumper cap from pins 1-2 (defaut) to 2-3. Keep the cap on pins 2-3 for 10sec and then move the cap back to pins 1-2.
    3 – plug the power cord then tun ON the pc

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  11. microfinancesolution 7:32 pm 19/05 of 2012

    Had the same problem, fixed it with these instruction:

    Clear the RTC RAM:

    1- turn off the computer and unplug the power cord
    2- Find the RTC jumper on your motherboard, move the jumper cap from pins 1-2 (defaut) to 2-3. Keep the cap on pins 2-3 for 10sec and then move the cap back to pins 1-2.
    3 – plug the power cord then tun ON the pc

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  12. teeblack06 7:36 pm 19/05 of 2012

    i been reading this is a problem with all the P67 and Z68 boards. i want to build me an i7 2600k rig but this infinite loop problem is scaring me away. for now im staying with my AMD rig.

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  13. Jinxxed0 7:37 pm 19/05 of 2012

    I’m having the same problem but my monitor doesn’t even react when it turns on as if it werent connected (but it is). So I can’t even go into the bios.

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  14. LankusQ 8:33 pm 19/05 of 2012

    Thanks for the tip, trying it out when i get home :)
    Seams to be alot of trouble with this motherboard, btw there’s a new BIOs BETA out now, suppose to solve some of the problems whithin

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  15. chachimautone 8:49 pm 19/05 of 2012

    all i can say is i wish i read some of this feed back before i purchased my mobo i have the same problem but ever since i upgraded the bio’s it dosen’t happen everytime i start up, only occasionally…but it still pisses me of knowing its gona haunt me again…

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  16. GKrome 9:25 pm 19/05 of 2012

    This makes no sense! After you enable the powering from the PCIe and hit f10, the system will save and then restart… when it restarts the screen goes black… I think it doesn’t know where to boot from after this!

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  17. chazflyz 9:49 pm 19/05 of 2012

    For those wondering how to solve the double boot issue for this board, there are 2 things that you can do 1) UEFI BIOS -> go to ‘Advanced’ tab -> go down to ‘APM’, press Enter -> enable the “Power on by PCIe.” function. Then press F10 to save & exit. After save & exit, let the system boot into Windows or other OS, then perform a proper shutdown: Start button -> Shut down 2) Internal PLL Overvoltage = DISABLED .

    #2 worked for me. No boot isues since.

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  18. GADiRKARAOSMANOGLU 10:29 pm 19/05 of 2012

    Ive got the same problem (P8P67), when i restart the computer dose not re open.Can someone help me what can i do.Asus are you hearing us..

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  19. wangsishuo 10:46 pm 19/05 of 2012

    Update BIOS and disable the Internal CPU Overvoltage

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  20. wangsishuo 10:52 pm 19/05 of 2012

    Same problem on my sabertooth p67. I guess sabertooth is just a $60 more version of P8p67 then.

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  21. crchrdsn 11:28 pm 19/05 of 2012

    I got the P8P67 Evo about a month ago. It ran fine (except for some minor RAM issues) for about 3 weeks. Then it suddenly crashed. I could not get it to boot after that at all. The fans wouldn’t even come on unless I unplugged the 8 pin ATX connection.

    I just got my new mobo yesterday (with new Intel P67 chipset) and this piece of shit won’t boot at all either. All I get is the solid red CPU LED. I guess I paid $1,500 for a door stop with spinning fans. Great.

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  22. OnlyXfox 12:26 am 20/05 of 2012

    this happens to mine to, only that nothing more happens. i get noe picture at the monitor and the cpu led lights up

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  23. nawaz2kx 1:26 am 20/05 of 2012

    this isnt actually a problem because it seems to happen to everyone including me

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