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P8p67 double post after upgrade

Alright so I've had the double post issue before. I updated the BIOS and it stopped happening. cool.

After adding some new components and changing some out, I'm getting this issue again.

I added a second gtx 570, upgraded from 8 gigs of memory to 16 gigs, changed out my psu, added a ssd, and changed out my case fans.

I'm able to boot up. I haven't changed a thing in the BIOS so I'm uncertain why this bug is appearing again.
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    Had this happen to me. I'm not sure why it all of a sudden just happened. But I found that the first post was for the Marvell Controller which I was not using, then it would normally post. By disabling the Marvell Controller I fixed this problem.

    Enter BIOS - > Advanced - > Onboard Devices - > Disable Marvell Storage Controller

    For some reason Marvell loads up to check if anything is connected, tells you that there isn't, then loads up without. At least I think that's how it works.
  2. davidengel said:
    Had this happen to me. I'm not sure why it all of a sudden just happened. But I found that the first post was for the Marvell Controller which I was not using, then it would normally post. By disabling the Marvell Controller I fixed this problem.

    Enter BIOS - > Advanced - > Onboard Devices - > Disable Marvell Storage Controller

    For some reason Marvell loads up to check if anything is connected, tells you that there isn't, then loads up without. At least I think that's how it works.


    Thanks for the quick reply. I'm at work right now, but I'll definitely try that when I get back. I'm not using the Marvell connections(?) so hopefully this will be a quick fix.
  3. Should be the issue. And it should tell you in BIOS if you have plugged anything into the Marvell, you may have to shuffle a SATA connector.

    Haha I know how that goes, so many times I've been sitting at work seriously contemplating leaving at lunch to go home and try a fix. Have a good day.
  4. davidengel said:
    Should be the issue. And it should tell you in BIOS if you have plugged anything into the Marvell, you may have to shuffle a SATA connector.

    Haha I know how that goes, so many times I've been sitting at work seriously contemplating leaving at lunch to go home and try a fix. Have a good day.



    So I'm not the only one that thinks that way...haha I'm kinda glad. But thanks have a good day yourself.
  5. So it is no longer happening anymore, and I didnt' change a thing. I turned off the Marvell controller anyways but I did 8 cold boots in a row where it didn't happen. Thanks davidengel for the speedy reponse!
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