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    ASUS Z77 Motherboards - Official Support Thread

    I restored an image backup with some applications installed but BEFORE Windows updates. The system boots up now in 45secs. I may try formatting the boot drive and do a prestine install of Win7 to see how long that takes.
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    ASUS Z77 Motherboards - Official Support Thread

    Only device disabled in BIOS is the WiFi. Hard drives and DVD is connected to Intel SATA3 controller and using onboard video. Initally yes I did a format of the drive via the Win7 install DVD Its the part with the Win7 colored balls. With an SSD, my total time from pressing power to Windows 7...
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    ASUS Z77 Motherboards - Official Support Thread

    I just finished building a system with the following P8Z77-V Pro BIOS 1206 i5 3570K (not overclocked) Corsair Vengeance 16GB DDR3 1600MHz CL9 Dual Channel Kit (4 x 4GB) 500GB Caviar Black 7200rpm SATA III w/ 32MB Cache (boot drive) 1TB Caviar Black 7200rpm SATA III w/ 64MB Cache OCZ 600W...
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    ASUS Z77 Motherboards - Official Support Thread

    Should I revert back to the prior BIOS version which is 1015 or does 1206 actually fix glaring bugs that are in 1015?
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    ASUS Z77 Motherboards - Official Support Thread

    Using P8Z77-V Pro a 3570K w stock cooler and Corsair Carbide Series 300R case with Corsair Vengeance 16GB PC3-14900 DDR3 Quad Channel Kit (4 x 4GB) running at XMP . This CPU is not overclocked and seems to be idling on the hot side. The Asus and UEFI shows idle temps of 38C when I believe it...
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    ASUS Z77 Motherboards - Official Support Thread

    Dan37tz I just flashed to 1206 but I can get into UEFI but only if I use a USB keyboard and pound the crap out of the Delete key. PS/2 keyboard does nothing when I start hitting the DEL key its almost appears to go to booting process. I was at some 0703 BIOS as this is a new motherboard...
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    ASUS Z77 Motherboards - Official Support Thread

    Ok thanks for the update on the progress. Going to go with the Pro board and the Corsair Vengeance 16GB DDR3 1600MHz CL9 Dual Channel Kit (4 x 4GB) [CMZ16GX3M4A1600C9]. Will flash the BIOS to 1206 which is current version. I assume thats the same BIOS version you wound up going to?
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    ASUS Z77 Motherboards - Official Support Thread

    So did you just use one stick of memory during the BIOS update?
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    ASUS Z77 Motherboards - Official Support Thread

    I read through all the posts here and earlier on people where having problems with memory in all 4 slots causing non booting/memory code errors or I think even BSOD. I am looking at building a system with P8Z77-V Pro and using Corsair Vengeance 16GB DDR3 1600MHz CL9 Dual Channel Kit (4 x 4GB)...
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