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    Posted: 26 Apr 2018 at 2:57am
Hi Everyone,

Since installing the 4.60 update for my x370 ITX board (updated from 3.60), I've noticed that I can no longer boot without the compatibility support module enabled. Choosing any UEFI settings that auto-disable CSM (like Fast boot or the new over 4gig support option) results in booting to nothing but a black screen. Even with CSM enabled, I don't see an option for the Video OpROM anymore. I believe my GTX 1080 should provide a standard UEFI OpROM, so I can't imagine any reason why CSM + the legacy video option ROM should suddenly be necessary. 

Is this a bug, or is there some new setting I need to select somewhere else to get a normal boot process to work without having to fall back to CSM?
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Same issue here. But I have Fatality x370 gaming k4. If I disable CSM or enable Fast Boot, system stops POSTing with 0E error on Dr. Debug.
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Definitely looks like the exact same issue. Do you have an nvidia graphics card by chance?
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Originally posted by Isoceles Isoceles wrote:

Definitely looks like the exact same issue. Do you have an nvidia graphics card by chance?
Yes I do

Edited by Fulminatrix - 04 May 2018 at 5:16am
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I can confirm I too cannot boot both a GTX 580 and a GTX 680 on the X370 ITX/ac, setting CSM to enable will still not detect the card (they dont have UEFI just old BIOS). I reported this 2 months ago and up til today it hasn't been fixed...
Main Rig: AMD Ryzen 2400G | ASRock Fatality X370 ITX/ac BIOS 4.60 | Corsair LPX DDR4 2400@3200 1.35V | Corsair RM650i PSU | CM ML120L AiO Cooler
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Well now I feel a little better, at least I'm not the only one. I guess one common factor that we've seen so far is nvidia GPUs, though it 'd be interesting to see if anyone using an AMD GPU runs into the same issue. I know the GTX 1080 *should* support UEFI Video GOP just fine, but something weird is definitely going on...
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Originally posted by Isoceles Isoceles wrote:

Well now I feel a little better, at least I'm not the only one. I guess one common factor that we've seen so far is nvidia GPUs, though it 'd be interesting to see if anyone using an AMD GPU runs into the same issue. I know the GTX 1080 *should* support UEFI Video GOP just fine, but something weird is definitely going on...


It's not related to particular graphics cards...Asrock messed something up in the latest BIOS's.

I have a X370 Gaming K4 and UEFI Video support works just fine with BIOS v3.40.

If I go any higher, I get the 0E BIOS code.

FWIW, I have a 1080.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Isoceles Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 07 May 2018 at 6:13am
My experience is the same. After 3.40, something broke in the UEFI GOP loading. It's a bit horrifying that a bug this obvious made it into a release, even worse that it hasn't been fixed in any of the subsequent releases...
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Windows98 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13 May 2018 at 1:26am
There was a new beta BIOS for my board released yesterday that explicitly stated they fixed an issue when disabling CSM w/ Nvidia graphics cards. I guess it really did affect only nvidia cards.

I am testing it right now and it seems to work fine.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote datonyb Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13 May 2018 at 1:33am
over on msi downloads it states to use the very latest nvidia driver with raven ridge bios and nvidia gpu

i trust you guys have latest installed ?
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