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There are some huge differences in bios coding between 4.60 and 4.61.
Very much doubt that they only addressed some WiFi issue.


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It still isn't available for download. Screenshot taken two minutes ago.


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BTW, BETA 4.61 is back online for dl.

piglett, Thanks for pointing that out.



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Originally posted by piglett piglett wrote:

BIOS 4.61 in not on the download page. Maybe it was pulled from the server.
Where could we get it from?


Ahhhh Hell.

Till I get it fixed, here ya go.

BETA L4.61 for X370 Killer SLI
X370 Killer SLI(L4.61)ROM.zip
http://www69.zippyshare.com/v/xMcar8q0/file.html
 


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BIOS 4.61 in not on the download page. Maybe it was pulled from the server.
Where could we get it from?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote wardog Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13 Mar 2018 at 7:08am
Dang, forgot. BIOSes

That 1050ti has an F3 vBIOS you may want to consider also. ie:Samsung GDDR5 issue.

First though, up the MB to BETA 4.61 and reply back.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote wardog Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13 Mar 2018 at 7:05am
Did you check that Windows is installed in EFI Mode?

The AMD chipset drivers got installed, right?
Latest at https://support.amd.com/en-us/download bottom ofpage

Disconnect all the external usb'cept the Unifying reciever and reply how long boot takes. Remember, anything connect must be enumerated fisrt while booting, so   ...........


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Sorry for the delay. 

First thanks for pointing out about the RAM location - I built hundreds of system until now and I have always put RAM in A1-B1 slots - I put them in in "2" slots when there was any compatibility with CPU cooler. Anyway, thanks for that one. 

I did what You suggested - I palced the RAM in A2 and B2, removed the battery, cleared CMOS, etc. 

The "only" problem which that solved is the "double boot" - now it boots once finally. 

What I did notice in the meantime - my GPU acts weird. 

Take a look at picture of back of my GPU: 


From left to right - the FIRST HDMI port doesn't work. Other two HDMI ports do work properly. 

When booting - it takes about ~5 seconds to display POST (the option to "wait" in BIOS is set to 1 second only). 

Also, when I enter the BIOS, it is not in FullHD - although the option to display BIOS in FullHD is set to AUTO - options are AUTO and DISABLED. The description in BIOS says something like "res. will be FullHD only if Your monitor supports FullHD resolution". My monitor is FHD but BIOS is displayed in low res. Maybe that can point to something, idk. 
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