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Old 11-18-2019, 12:58 AM
zguy85 zguy85 is offline
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Nice good to hear your set. I had problems booting after the update. Through trial and error I found I had to have the XMP option enabled. It was disabled after the BIOS update. After enabling XMP on the BIOS it worked fine. I also had to redo the boot priority order which also a funny thing, it didn't recognize my NVME Samsung 970 Plus until a few reboots also preventing it from booting, but after enabling XMP it seemed to pick it up. Haven't had an issue since.

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