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Can't detect TPM Device

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September 16, 2009 1:46:05 AM

Ok there! Hello :) 
I have p5b plus
E6750
GF 8800 GTS
Win 7

I get this Message
Can't detect TPM device
Hit F10 to Clear ... blah blah ..
I can't do anything because PC just freezes to death - can't do anything
only after clearing CMOS i get

CMOS Settings Wrong
CMOS DAte/time not set
Overclocking failed
press F1 to...setup
Press F2 to...default values

If i hit F1 i get in bios do some changes or what ever - no matter what i get TPM error ( i can see this error only then if i disable Asus Logo on startup ) other wise i stuck on the logo.
If i hit F2 i get into Windows and do what ever until i need to make a Restart or just turn of PC and it start all over(last few weeks i just put my PC sleep) but c'mon that's lame, i need to fix this problem.
so the only way i can get into windows is to clear cmos (take out the battery)

Maziar Once posted

http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/forum/page-245674_12_0.ht...

But i have no idea how to reset pc through Windows.

I changed Bios battery :)  was problems with Checksum
I Cleared Cmos - it doesn't help
I tried to move jumper from pin 1&2 to 2&3 but it doesn't help.
I instaled Bios 0804 - didn't help
I insteled some Beta 11xx - still doesn't help
Bois -> Advanced -> TPM Configuration / Changed to NO - Yes doesn't matter - didn't help

Sorry for my bad English
Thanks Already for anyone giving advices ;) 

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September 30, 2009 6:00:39 AM

Maziar where are you? :lol: 
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November 5, 2009 9:53:13 AM

I have the exakt same problem, and almost the same hardware.
My computer has worked fine for 3 years now, but after a blue screen while playing Dragon age: origin this problem has come up. Have tried the same "solutions" as you, but no luck.

Anyone got some advise??
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January 16, 2010 1:54:04 AM

Add me to the list. Mobo fine for two years, then, after putting in better CPU - which the
BIOS seems to recognize - it freezes at this same spot. Can't evne get into the BIOS - "Can't detect TPM device" Of course I'm not using a TPM device.
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February 7, 2010 12:34:55 AM

Had the problem with ' Problem with SPD blah blah........' with all the reading and testing i think it means zero,
just something for mongrel companies to try and sell you some 'drivers' that do nothing. But I did have problems with video just shutting down, black screen. I have determined computers just cannot cope with the heat from new video cards. I have a Nvidia G-Force 8400 Plus 1 gig of Ram. The easy way after much experimenting was to
remove the fancy heat sink from the card that I am sure made it run hotter, removed the side cover on the tower,
and have a 6" fan running directly over the motherboard. No problems for two years. As I said earlier, they promise
great graphics and deliver, but just can't take the HEAT.
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February 14, 2010 6:40:37 AM

chrisalex_60 said:
Had the problem with ' Problem with SPD blah blah........' with all the reading and testing i think it means zero,
just something for mongrel companies to try and sell you some 'drivers' that do nothing. But I did have problems with video just shutting down, black screen. I have determined computers just cannot cope with the heat from new video cards. I have a Nvidia G-Force 8400 Plus 1 gig of Ram. The easy way after much experimenting was to
remove the fancy heat sink from the card that I am sure made it run hotter, removed the side cover on the tower,
and have a 6" fan running directly over the motherboard. No problems for two years. As I said earlier, they promise
great graphics and deliver, but just can't take the HEAT.


What the hell r u talking about ?
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July 6, 2011 6:06:00 AM

I realize this thread is pretty old, but it may help someone else. I ran into the same problem, and I found out on another post elsewhere that you have to use an older PS/2 keyboard. It will enable you to hit F10 to clear out the problem. I was swapping the processor on my machine and ran into this issue.
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July 27, 2011 8:21:44 PM

Asus has had a good name brand for years. As such I chose to replace my old MB with a new(?) model ASUS. The manual is a massive joke! I cannot get the various add-on boards to function, the is no clue as to what this "TMP" bit is and it refuses to see my DSL/RJ45 connection. The other add-in boards recommended are a total mystery as there is no manual or directions with either, the SATA configuration is an equally complete mystery, and thus far I can get only 3 devices to respond despite the 20 + port SATA ports claim. The BIOS's claim that it will force a USB FDD to function as a boot drive, appears to be a complete farce, and it's total performance isn't close to what Tiger Direct claimed it was.
Regards,
GGreeler
gg@g2net.org
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February 24, 2012 2:21:33 PM

I had the very same problem with an ASUS motherboard and tried everything... nothing seemed to work. Out of desperation I decided to boot with my Operating System Installation disk and it started just fine which made me think that it was an OS problem. Next step I made a backup of my data using a Ubutu live CD and then I installed the OS from scratch. Although the motherboard continues giving me the TMP error, it is now working perfectly!
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