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Re: Energy saving mode problem
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LucaRocchi wrote:
Hmmm try to talk with ASRock, maybe they have some idea :/



that is the next step...I will email asrock asking for some explanation.

I will keep you updated, thx for now!

Posted on: 2014/6/30 9:09
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Re: Energy saving mode problem
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Question: what if I perform a CMOS reset or a bios reset? can I solve my problem?

Posted on: 2014/7/1 6:39
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Re: Energy saving mode problem
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GiulioMaschi wrote:
Question: what if I perform a CMOS reset or a bios reset? can I solve my problem?

Dont think so, but you can try. With CMOS reset you reset alla values and you have to set them again.

Posted on: 2014/7/1 6:45
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Re: Energy saving mode problem
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Sure, if you haven't done a CMOS reset yet, I would highly recommend it.

Posted on: 2014/7/1 7:21
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Re: Energy saving mode problem
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rewarder wrote:
Sure, if you haven't done a CMOS reset yet, I would highly recommend it.


ok then, I never done it before and i'm a total noob for this thing. I read that I have to detach the batteries on the mobo, is it dangerous for a newbe? Have I to reinstall the OS after that?

Posted on: 2014/7/1 8:29
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Re: Energy saving mode problem
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Sure, if you haven't done a CMOS reset yet, I would highly recommend it.


ok then, I never done it before and i'm a total noob for this thing. I read that I have to detach the batteries on the mobo, is it dangerous for a newbe? Have I to reinstall the OS after that?


On every motherboard, there should be a clear CMOS jumper. You can either do it with that or you remove the batter and shorten the contacts there with a screw driver.
No, you won't have to reinstall the operating system.

Posted on: 2014/7/1 8:33
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Re: Energy saving mode problem
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rewarder wrote:
Sure, if you haven't done a CMOS reset yet, I would highly recommend it.


ok then, I never done it before and i'm a total noob for this thing. I read that I have to detach the batteries on the mobo, is it dangerous for a newbe? Have I to reinstall the OS after that?


On every motherboard, there should be a clear CMOS jumper. You can either do it with that or you remove the batter and shorten the contacts there with a screw driver.
No, you won't have to reinstall the operating system.


thanks marc, I'll try that and post the results here

Posted on: 2014/7/1 8:35
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Re: Energy saving mode problem
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I've done the cmos reset but the problem still stand...what's next now?

Posted on: 2014/7/1 10:13
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