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Maximus Hero IX & 7700k Build Won't Boot to Bios

Everything is connected properly, motherboard boots up, looks fine, but it doesn't go to Bios, no signal. I tried connecting to my gtx 1080, and I tried the onboard GFX. Any ideas?
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  1. Suztera said:


    Thanks. Apparently there was a "tuning" issue with my RAM, and I needed to hold down the Mem OK button so my MB could "tune," the RAM. According to the manual.

    Now I have the issue of the network drivers not being able to install. Wooh Hooh! How come that is an issue with EVERY new build? Oh, don't have a network to download the network drivers? Well here, transfer em over and install....oh wait they refuse to install...and for some reason the new build will only format thumb drives to 200mb so it's extremely difficult to try drivers bigger than this. Man, brand new MB, brand new OS, and I need to jump through hoops to install the damn internet drivers. OMG we live in the stone age.
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  2. camdoz86 said:
    Suztera said:


    Thanks. Apparently there was a "tuning" issue with my RAM, and I needed to hold down the Mem OK button so my MB could "tune," the RAM. According to the manual.

    Now I have the issue of the network drivers not being able to install. Wooh Hooh! How come that is an issue with EVERY new build? Oh, don't have a network to download the network drivers? Well here, transfer em over and install....oh wait they refuse to install...and for some reason the new build will only format thumb drives to 200mb so it's extremely difficult to try drivers bigger than this. Man, brand new MB, brand new OS, and I need to jump through hoops to install the damn internet drivers. OMG we live in the stone age.


    You could use the motherboard driver disc.
    You should be able to pull the drivers files off the disc as well if you have another system with a disk drive.
    Are you sure it is a faulty thumb drive? Try using it in another system.
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  3. Suztera said:
    camdoz86 said:
    Suztera said:


    Thanks. Apparently there was a "tuning" issue with my RAM, and I needed to hold down the Mem OK button so my MB could "tune," the RAM. According to the manual.

    Now I have the issue of the network drivers not being able to install. Wooh Hooh! How come that is an issue with EVERY new build? Oh, don't have a network to download the network drivers? Well here, transfer em over and install....oh wait they refuse to install...and for some reason the new build will only format thumb drives to 200mb so it's extremely difficult to try drivers bigger than this. Man, brand new MB, brand new OS, and I need to jump through hoops to install the damn internet drivers. OMG we live in the stone age.


    You could use the motherboard driver disc.
    You should be able to pull the drivers files off the disc as well if you have another system with a disk drive.
    Are you sure it is a faulty thumb drive? Try using it in another system.


    I tried several thumb drives. For some reason, the system in it's current state, will only format the thumbs to a max of 200mb. I tried formatting the thumbs on my mac in FAT or ExFat format, (same format I used on the PC system) but it still asks to be reformatted each time.

    The first thing I did was try to use the disc. The Network driver fails to install every time, won't take. I also tried pulling the drivers off, or installing via the attached data folders in the disc, and also via the EXE that guides you.

    It's fuuuuuucked. Network adapter is showing in BIOS. This is one of those "Oh no Microdick and Asucks forgot to think about the user," moments.
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  4. Suztera said:


    Tried it, wouldnt install, wouldnt recognize the adapter...which is in there and recognized in Bios. I am a cave man living in the stone age right now...
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    Last resort, reinstall the OS again. If it still fails, try another OS to see if it is something faulty with hardware or software.
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