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SK18
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DZ68BC Bios 39

BIOS 39 for DZ68BC is now available.

According to the release notes, the changes are

New Fixes/Features:

• Fixed issue where hard disk drive is not recognized when SATA mode is set to AHCI.

• Updated processor support.

• Updated VBIOS.

So I'm not overly hopeful that it fixes the other issues we have been experiencing (but I suppose the last two items are pretty vague and could mean just about anything)

My board is still in its box, where its resided since I fixed my PC build with a Gigabyte board (that worked!) .... The question is it it worth dusting it off and building a second new PC from it and my other spare parts.....

Hmmmm.....

Link http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?ProductID=3381&DwnldID=22159&lang=eng&iid=dc_rss http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?ProductID=3381&DwnldID=22159&lang=eng

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idata
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Thank you for your replies. Now I'm also an ex-DZ68BC-user. It's a pity. Well equipped board, but unusable with Ivy Bridge CPU's. The new one is a Z77-based Asus, and all the problems are immediately gone. I can even run the Win7 installation from the P965 system without problems.

Thank you for your advise.

Hshan2
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Can I ask you what board you migrated to? I am also experiencing a lot of trouble since upgrading my DZ68BC from a Core-i 2500K to a Core-i 3770. It is presently dead and I am awaiting any helpful ideas on how to resuscitate it.

When you moved to the Asus board, did you do a clean installation of Windows or were you able to 'upgrade' it or even just run the C drive right out of the Intel board? I really don't want to completely rebuild my system drive.

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