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I've waited for months, I can wait another week ; spoolindsm Well the lesser QPI volts may be due to the 1: In regards to the bios I had the same question, exactly what is "improved"?
How much you want to bet we're not going to be told anything more than just "improved system stability"? Got a sweet deal on a Classy I just can't: Or is it purely part of the bios?
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Can't that be updated separately via a download? Or was that only something like Marvell or Jmicron firmware? At this point the only solution is for ASUS to do it.
So, I don't know if the engineers have been too busy developing the BIOS for this new board and ironing out issues with the Sandy Bridge ones or they just Asus Maximus IV Extreme JMB36X give two monkeys and a flying: I extracted Asus Maximus IV Extreme JMB36X intel rom and uncompressed its 85k and compressed its somewhere around 57k. I haven't got the chance to try it but it may just work: Is the uncompressed size what matters: R37ribution Sorry for the false hope, seems like they dropped the ball on the Gene again MrToad Sorry for the false hope, seems like they dropped the ball on the Gene again I got really busy with school again soon after I built my computer and just recently got around to installing Pro Tools.
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I'm still having quite a few issues with the software recognizing the hardware. I've updated the drivers and the software and done all of the recommended Asus Maximus IV Extreme JMB36X, but it is still pretty hit or miss if the will be detected upon the first opening. I'm also not sure that it has ever updated the firmware Other than that it seems to be fine.
I've been using 7. I'm now in a position to build a new computer and have found the specs on specific parts here very helpful. What I'm wondering, though, is whether I will be ok continuing to use 7.
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And in that instance, would I have to purchase a new hardware interface as well, or just update the drivers for Pro Tools 9 on the Mbox 2 Pro? I plan on going with the i7 Sandy Bridge-E http: Thanks for your time.
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My suggestion is read the first page of this thread thoroughly. If you want a successful build without a lot of trouble shooting go with a combination of parts that have been used successfully, ie motherboard, CPU etc.
I can only speak to Gigabyte motherboards. I have had 3 successful builds with them so I am partial and would not deviate from them in future builds unless something drastically changed.
Don't do it! I removed the device and drivers and got PT installed and it all works fine now. I'll be drilling some holes in the house to get the studio hooked up on the net again via reliable LAN cable.
But on a lighter note: Everything is installed and up and running. Now I need to figure out how to change my. Steve can you start your own thread regarding your issue.
You would most likely get move attention this way. What you'll need to confirm is if Windows XP will operate with the new chipsets. That means it is about an inch longer then ATX motherboards.
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