P8P67 Pro - Double Asus Splash Screen

On boot up my asus p8p67 board does this:

Asus splash screen;
Marvell boot hard drive screen;
Asus splash screen;
Marvell boot hard drive screen;
Windows 7

I want to stop the Marvell screen from coming up all together and just have the asus pop up once? Anyone figure this out?
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  1. The reasons can be many particularly if you're OC'ing using something like an ASUS AI Suite Utility.

    noted this post -> http://forums.overclockers.co.uk/showthread.php?p=18696909 but the 'APM' won't be my first choice fix.

    If it were me:
    Uninstall any BIOS invasive utility e.g. ASUS AI Suite
    Clear CMOS ; jumper method see pg 2-21 or 39 of PDF.

    Failure Update BIOS:
    Use BIOS version 1502 http://usa.asus.com/product.aspx?P_ID=HMMvTCuBcZLfu2YL&templete=2
    Use a FAT32 USB and extract BIOS to Flash Drive
    Restart into BIOS
    BIOS Load Defaults
    {use ASUS EZ Flash 2} method http://vip.asus.com/forum/view.aspx?id=20070215223109668&board_id=1&model=P5B+Deluxe
    {video ASUS EZ Flash 2} http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NQKQj_aASCQ
  2. Anonymous said:
    On boot up my asus p8p67 board does this:

    Asus splash screen;
    Marvell boot hard drive screen;
    Asus splash screen;
    Marvell boot hard drive screen;
    Windows 7

    I want to stop the Marvell screen from coming up all together and just have the asus pop up once? Anyone figure this out?

    I resolved this problem by disabling the Marvell storage controller in the BIOS (Advanced/Onboard Devices Configuration). The Marvell controller seems to 'anounce' there is no connected disk at boot. I am using the Intel controller so disabling the Marvell controller was not a problem.
  3. Quote:
    I resolved this problem by disabling the Marvell storage controller in the BIOS (Advanced/Onboard Devices Configuration). The Marvell controller seems to 'anounce' there is no connected disk at boot. I am using the Intel controller so disabling the Marvell controller was not a problem.



    I just changed my settings as suggested above, and I can confirm it worked to resolve the "double splash screen issue" for my P8P67 board too. I am also using the intel controller. Thanks!
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