I disable the "Compatibility Support Module": "Boot" - "CSM Compatibility Support Module", reboot, and the video outputs to my displayport as it should. Rampage Extreme V Cpu:5930 Memory: Corsair Vengance 16 [email protected] 2666 not xmp Power: Corsair AX1200i Case: Caselabs Merlin SM8 Cooling: cpu only: XSPC Ray Storm/ XSPC 480 rad Gpu: Gigabyte 980 G1 sli Win 7 ultimate 64 bit Thanks for these easy to follow instructions. The only difference is, reboots are slower, and SFC /scannow took longer to complete, and the benchmark scores for certain 4K I/O are bad. 30% of people who pushed their processors to last percent and memory OC to maximum will not be able to repeat same settings after BIOS Update or load saved profiles. I'm "assuming"/"guessing" that since Intel has, according to you, pinpointed the reboot issue, that ASUS "may" not be far behind in releasing a Spectre-patched BIOS.
Also, without CSM disabled, the PC will *freeze* when trying to load the saved BIOS settings from the USB drive. 1) Download the latest version of "UEFI BIOS Updater". I have created the new bios successfully,but haven't applied it yet. They will lost own performance even without impact of patch, that will be extra lost. I have created the new bios successfully,but haven't applied it yet. Basically, I was creating the UBU folder within my Downloads folder, which didn't work. From what I understand, and please correct me if I'm wrong, that Anti-virus can detect Spectre BEFORE it exploits my CPU, yes? I wouldn't know if the Desktop and Downloads folders have different file permissions, thus causing whatever error I'd seen.
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