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OnDborder
12-09-06, 03:06 PM
Some of us running a 8800 and the Asus p5b boards are having a little issue.
Check out the youtube link. http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showpost.php?p=1878037&postcount=2257
Plus, my boot up is longer with more discriptions.
Pix.

Roadhog
12-09-06, 03:08 PM
no problems here.. Only problem is that my post screen doesn't even show it flashes on so fast...

EDIT: the slow refresh, yes I get that also and it's annoying as hell.. I have the 804 Bios.

EDIT2: Is this 903 Bios for the wifi version also?

OnDborder
12-09-06, 03:08 PM
It didn't do this before with my 7900gtx. Flashed to different mb bios with no change. Could it be something to do with the v.card bios and the mb bios?

Cyant
12-09-06, 03:16 PM
3 Mices? wtf are you breeding those to feed your snake or what?

OnDborder
12-09-06, 03:17 PM
I think the dude who did the youtube was running the 903. I installed my 8800 on the 614's. Noticed the change then flashed to the 804's, no difference.

OnDborder
12-09-06, 03:20 PM
3 Mices? wtf are you breeding those to feed your snake or what?
Uh no. 2 mice. One mx1000 for browsing and the g5 for gaming.
Also, I don't have 2 keyboards.
Or 3 hubs.

Cyant
12-09-06, 03:44 PM
I use a MX1000 for gaming and I don't see why youd need a G5 for that specifically hehe.

Anyway keyboards and other devices might have USB hubs like my G15 keyboard. There could also be one on your media card reader that you seem to have etc...

About the 2 keyboard thing I don't know hehe.

The slow BIOS screen is very odd indeed, does this board have onboard video? And are you overclocking? Maybe the PCI-Express bus is unlocked and having it overclocked make the card screwy?

OnDborder
12-09-06, 06:00 PM
I use a MX1000 for gaming and I don't see why youd need a G5 for that specifically hehe.

Anyway keyboards and other devices might have USB hubs like my G15 keyboard. There could also be one on your media card reader that you seem to have etc...

About the 2 keyboard thing I don't know hehe.

The slow BIOS screen is very odd indeed, does this board have onboard video? And are you overclocking? Maybe the PCI-Express bus is unlocked and having it overclocked make the card screwy?
G5 is faster
No onboard video.
Am I overclocking?? Umm, naturally.. It does the same thing at default speeds and voltages.. The card itself is not oc'd.. Way too expensive to be messin' with.

OnDborder
12-12-06, 10:41 AM
Anyone else having this issue?

Vyper
12-12-06, 11:28 AM
Yes i have the same issue..

Strange problem that we have..

agentkay
12-12-06, 11:56 AM
I´ve had this problem only once when I booted my computer while my printer was on but it doesn´t happen when I boot with the printer off. Check your USB devices, turn them off or possiblity disconnect them and see if the issue goes away.

OnDborder
12-12-06, 04:25 PM
I´ve had this problem only once when I booted my computer while my printer was on but it doesn´t happen when I boot with the printer off. Check your USB devices, turn them off or possiblity disconnect them and see if the issue goes away.
Cool.. I'll give it a shot.
Thanks.