I had the same issue with my P8P67-M PRO.
These boards really are junk. I've had mine for a year now and each BIOS has been buggier than the previous. ASUS have not improved their BIOS team in over a decade. I remember BIOS issues plaguing my P2B board and said I would never buy ASUS again. I tried one a decade later and ASUS are still pushing out crap boards.
To fix your issue zeroARMY, remove the CMOS battery for 1 hour, then put back in. Your system will post on the 2nd go.
Hello Juan, I thank you for your excellent Guide.
My problem is simple, I put in the settings and re-boot, nothing happens. No change, no indication that I've input anything. I've been at this for three days. I'm pretty sure that I've followed your instructions exactly. Basically I'm starting to think RMA.
I'd be happy to post screens, but be warned, they look just like yours.
I have the following gear.
Kool Lance 1000 watt cooler. Temps are 20-22C at stock settings
Corsair vengence DDR 3 16 gig kit
GForce 880 GTS1000 watt Liberty Power Supply
2X 90 Gig Corsair SSD
Shouldn't I see SOME KIND of responce? I've tried playing with V-core at Below and above 47 multibles, no responce, it just reboots to either 3.4 or 3.5. The only response I can get is a 100MHz "jump" using CPU tuner...The 3.5.
Unless I set my RAM stupidly and watch her make her readjustments when I hit memory button nothing I do in Ai Tweeker makes the slightest difference, the board accepts my input then I re-boot to the same setting 3.4 or 3.5 as if I had done nothing. This isn't my first rodeo, but I've been known to over look the obviouse.
Would very much appreciate your consideration, Thank you again for a great guide!
It will be very interesting to know where to get windows 8 drivers.
This mobo are just unsupported. Non drivers on Asus site if not beta one.
What parts are you looking for drivers for? Win 8 probably has built-in drivers for most stuff, and if not you can just get the drivers direct from the component manufacturer. I'm sure you can get Intel chipset drivers for Win 8 at Intel, right?
Maybe the P8P67 Pro doesn't need a bios update for Windows 8? Plus, not all BIOS updates are released at the same time.Newbie here, but cannot seem to find any information as to why Asus has provided a BIOS update for the P8P67-M Pro for Windows 8 but not the P8P67 Pro. Have they just decided to ditch support for the P8P67 Pro?
The P8P67-M Pro also has more updates as to the overall mobo drivers.
2500k @ 4.4. I will keep this solution in mind. Thanks.Any idea why a new SSD and hard drive would do this?
I had to reduce my OC on a P8P67 Deluxe after adding another HDD (3TB) a few months back. If OCing, you may want to check behavior with no OC and redo stability checks to find best OC.