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Asus motherboards taking 1min before post screen

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Posted · Original PosterOP

so this is the third Asus motherboard im having this issue with, and it happens almost every second boot with this pc, i had this issue with Asus z87 and Asus z97 motherboards

 

specs

Asus z87-c

i5-4670k

gskills ripjaw-x 8gb (4gx2) 1866

SSD

BIOS - 2103

 

 

im running windows 10 but this doesnt matter since this also happens with no SSD installed

 

heres the videos, the last 2 are with boot logo disabled so you can see when it posts, there is a normal boot and the slow boot one for reference

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Normal Booting -

Slow Booting -

 

 

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Normal Booting with Asus Boot Logo -

Slow Booting with Asus Boot Logo -

 

 

so sick of this issue with Asus boards, is there a fix?

 

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Asus wants me to RMA, but i have 3 Asus boards different gens that have this issue.... so its nothing faulty with the board.

 

need more ideas

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Start with running MemTest. Assuming that doesn't find anything, try reseating the memory modules, using different slots, or a single module at a time.

 

I've had a similar issue with a PC which was fixed by reseating the memory modules. However, it did the painfully slow boot every time.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
On 6/23/2019 at 9:28 AM, TheDelphiDude said:

Start with running MemTest. Assuming that doesn't find anything, try reseating the memory modules, using different slots, or a single module at a time.

 

I've had a similar issue with a PC which was fixed by reseating the memory modules. However, it did the painfully slow boot every time.

ram tested fine, also swapped slots and swapped them around

 

may i ask what motherboard you have this issue with?

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Posted · Original PosterOP
7 hours ago, dgsddfgdfhgs said:

it does hard ware checks before bios, eg mobo > ram > gpu> ...

something may have slight issue in identifying..?

is there a way of checking? ive had the gpu in another pc and it was fine

 

so there is only RAM? that checked out fine with memtest.

 

does it check ssd/hhd and cd drives? usb ports?

 

it also doesnt do it on every boot, i would think if it was hardware it would do every boot

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Posted · Original PosterOP

asus just want me to RMA my 3 boards that have this issue... what a joke

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Posted · Original PosterOP

well that sucks, guess no one knows...

 

thought maybe it was post delay, but thats on 3 seconds

 

i installed raid, that shows before the asus logo now, waiting to post.... no idea why its doing this

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1 minute ago, perplex said:

hought maybe it was post delay, but thats on 3 seconds

it took ~ 10~15 sec till I see asus screen on both my b350 plus then b350 F with same exact hardware...

 

I see you use 1866mhz ram , what if you tune it to 1333?

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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 hours ago, dgsddfgdfhgs said:

it took ~ 10~15 sec till I see asus screen on both my b350 plus then b350 F with same exact hardware...

 

I see you use 1866mhz ram , what if you tune it to 1333?

no one ever said to try lower the speed of the RAM

 

ive set it to 1600 and instead of using xmp i input the values, only thing im not sure on is said the dram command rate was on 2 by auto, after i input the settings of the ram and restarted, it changed it to 1 automatically. im not sure if the ram is 1 or 2.  could that have anything to do why it slow to get to the post screen?

 

also i restarted the pc maybe 7 times and it was all normal, im not saying its fixed, ill do more testing, but it a good sign so far, maybe it was XMP messing it up, but if its all fine ill try raise it back to 1866. and if the error comes back is it a motherboard or memory problem?

 

here some picture to make sure i did it correct and nothing else needs to be changed, the command rate is now changed to 1 though as it auto changed after i rebooted, so i manually put in 1

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Posted · Original PosterOP
On 7/10/2019 at 5:18 PM, dgsddfgdfhgs said:

it took ~ 10~15 sec till I see asus screen on both my b350 plus then b350 F with same exact hardware...

 

I see you use 1866mhz ram , what if you tune it to 1333?

RAM speed didnt work

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Posted · Original PosterOP

anything else i can try with the RAM?

 

ive read USB devices can cause it to do this, is there a option i can change?

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