Any ram in either the A1 or A2 slot, or both, triggers the error. You could disable CSM, however this disables legacy boot, which I believe you need to boot USB flash drives in MBR format that have your Windows installation on it. If anyone hasn't heard of that before, it's only a google search away... http://rog.asus.com/technology/repub...ios-flashback/ It will overwrite the BIOS present on the first ROM chip if you're switched to it (which could just be corrupted). http://wiicentre.com/asus-maximus/asus-maximus-v-extreme-drivers.html
Power it on and i'm receiving a code 56 from the debug led. Clear your CMOS. FIX FIX FIX Reply With Quote 05-10-201207:55 AM #9 moorhen2 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array Join Date Feb 2012 Location Gosport Hants UK Reputation Try, under the boot options menu in the bios:changing 'Above 4G decoding' to enabled (default is disabled) ensuring 'Launch CSM ' is enabled (default is enabled) 'Boot from PCI-E/PCI Expansion Device' Read More Here
Have another CoreI7 handy? in the event that it is a microcode problem is that a BIOS flash solution or a return the mobo solution? At first, I thought it was my ram sticks (Corsair Vengeance 2x4GB @ 1600) but I had these replaced by another set and the problem is identical.
You could also choose varied insurers: some may sell policies directly to a person or use agents that are either theirs of self-employed ones. If I don't get this fixed by monday-tuesday I will try for an exchange/RMA. Do keep me informed as to how the RMA process is going. Asus Maximus Iv Extreme Overclocking Guide sylifis03-19-2011, 02:36 PMThanks for thinking about this.
You can use any BIOS for this as long as it's named correctly on the stick. Asus Maximus Iv Extreme Z Bloody_Pete View Public Profile Find More Posts by Bloody_Pete 10th Jun 2012, 01:12 #5 mattyh1995 Hypermodder Join Date: Oct 2011 Location: Sometimes Leigh, sometimes Preston Posts: 789 Quote: There may of course be later beta, or test versions available, but I would not know where to access these! I guess I will give it a go when I get back home.
Your best bet is to RMA and get a replacement. Asus Maximus Iv Extreme Usb 3.0 Problem Or if you want to go for something cheaper but still should be decent: http://www.asrock.com/mb/Intel/X99%2...1/index.us.asp Both are new boards only just released. Restore password × Upload manual upload from disk upload from url Thank you for your help! I haven't come across this myself, but I have seen it on other forums and by google etc that it is kind of 'common', in a way.
Hardware test LED stuck at Dram LED. If it doesn't, try loosening the screws for the H100 a little." He also said that I should not take out the power cord when clearing CMOS (I always thought that Asus Maximus Iv Extreme Drivers Whenever a manufacturer issues an official BIOS update, I will always install it, but in the case of the ones you posted, I had no real information about them. Asus Maximus Iv Extreme-z Vs Asus Maximus Iv Extreme The Rampage V looks GREAT on paper and is visually a pretty thing to look at but it's just too unstable and weird acting.
provides a free service and is not an insurer, agency with any companies above. check my blog We not guarantee that results on Asus Maximus Iv Extreme Error Code 58 in this site is match your request. I returned the board back to microcenter an the new one works. Next week I think will return this expensive turd and either get a replacement or ask for money back. Asus Maximus Iv Extreme Z Bios Update
It is all just so incredibly frustrating, and I was so happy that I managed to fit the e-atx mobo in my not_supporting_it_officially CM Storm Trooper, which is full of red Full Review New Posts All Forums:Forum Nav:HomeSubscriptionsPrivate MessagesWho's OnlineForumsOverclock.net ForumNew MembersOverclock.net Related News and InformationOverclock.net Member PollsOverclock.net Contests and PromotionsForum Platform Help and Discussion Bugs and Technical IssuesSubmit a Bug ReportResolved I downloaded your bios manual for a look. this content I only hope this is not some architecture glitch pursuant to the B3 modification and some of the first buyers got some bad coding or ?
Just as an update to my problem, (which I have also posted in the 'other' thread), I have now tried various combination of 2 memory 'sticks' and basically (as I suspected) Asus Maximus Iv Extreme Usb Ports Not Working It could be a compatibility issue between the GPU bios and the motherboard bios. In a society by which most people live paycheck in order to paycheck, there isn't much waggle room for emergency circumstances that cost a lot of money.
tried everything ( BIOS update, Clr CMOS, CPU re-installation etc.) When 1 ram stick at A1 or A2 Slot ( first black and first red) i get debug error 58 When Currently I have the memory in slots 3 & 4. Itchy Rim *head explodes* __________________ i5 3570k @ 4.6GHz (1.28v) on custom water loop/ Watercooling how-to, Asus Maximus 5 Gene, 16GB Corsair Vengence 1600MHz (2 black, 2 red), Asus 780 Posiedon Asus Maximus Iv Extreme Cpu Support For the first board the latest one is 0902 (dated 6th October 2011) and for my one it is 0402 (dated 19th October) .
ASUS Republic of Gamers [ROG] | The Choice of Champions – Overclocking, PC Gaming, PC Modding, Support, Guides, Advice > PC Components > Other Series Motherboards > Debug LED Code 58 Why it happens only one the second BIOS and the first doesn't work at all? My guess is the motherboard is defective. have a peek at these guys THEN just out of curiosity I went back to BIOS 1 in the mindset to "fix" it somehow but the PC wouldn't boot anymore from it, giving me error code 00
Posts: 92 Firstly, do not force them in like someone above said. You don't need to have the similar protection, find out if you will make alterations to generate cost savings. I even redone the overclock on them and it's still rock solid. I'm pretty sure the issue he is having is GPU UEFI GOP related.
Download a couple and see if he easyflash will accept them. Another issue, (almost) every time I do get into windows I have to uninstall and and reinstall my network drivers in order to be able to connect to the internet. It worked fine earlier, but when I rebuilt my of after cleaning they don't work anymore :S It hangs on error code 2E or 34 on the debug LEDs meaning "Memory Related Terms: Asus Maximus Iv Extreme Error Code 58 asus maximus iv extreme error code 58 asus maximus iv extreme error code 580 asus maximus iv extreme error code 58 for
The new one works perfectly well. thatguy91 View Public Profile Find all posts by thatguy91 (#5) Solfaur Ancient Guru Videocard: MSI GTX 1070 Gaming X Processor: i7 5820K + Corsair H115i Mainboard: ASUS I was expecting to be without my motherboard for a while but luckily, Amazon UK does this quickswap where they will send out the exact same item straight away if I My guess is the motherboard is defective.
I have done all the cmos button and moving the pin position but nothing is working. I agree that it must either be the CPU module or the board. Keep in mind the discussion in the other thread about where the Windows Boot Manager is stored . Remember though that the memory controller is now on the CPU.
I have tried increasing the VCCSA/IO to 1.10V and 1.15V but it hasn't made an iota of difference. EVGA geforce 465 GTX Superclocked on my end. 266.58 whql drivers It did take me a few times with the above to get those Q Codes to stop where I could I'll get on to Scan.co.uk about this then. Enter this forum, this is all about Intel baby.
My config is; G620 CPU Maximus Gene-z Board Gskill 1600 MHZ CL9 1.5 V XMP 2x4 GB Ram trogex12-18-2011, 07:18 PMI have encountered a similar issue (same as Xear) with error However my BIOS #1 is stuck in 00 error code and won't start no matter what.