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When you say check for extra standoff, do you mean an extra standoff that might be touching the back of the board and possibly causing a short?
If it boots into Windows, you have no problem.
I installed that 10.5 bios last night...at least I think. I put the files on a USB stick and used the...M Flash I think it was and selected it off the USB stick. It updated and rebooted but didn't come back on. I tried to power it back on a few times and it wouldn't turn on fully until I unplugged it and let it sit for maybe 2-3 minutes and then plugged it back in and turned it on. I even switched from bios 1 to bios 2 (bios 2 didn't boot either) and it's on bios 1 now which I believe is the 10.5 version but maybe I should use the method in your post and try to update it again.The PC posts to Windows no matter what. If I have a video card plugged in or not, unfortunately it seems to be because the motherboard doesn't know it's plugged in
I'm thinking it has to be the RAM if 4 sticks of another G.Skill brand work...I really don't want it to be an issue with the motherboard.
The diagnostic LED displays the last code before the windows boot starts. The A6X beta BIOS versions then had the added feature that the it displays the CPU temp which was a nice function. This apparantly changed again after A69 beta. Maybe an oversight from MSI ? I don't know if the latest beta has the CPU temp display again. Maybe someone can verify that. I have remained on the A67.
Yes V10.6B14 (E7751IMS.A6D) has the CPU temp reading again.