Originally Posted by xvi
Reading through the thread, I'm going to +1 this. That BIOS battery needs to come out now. Upgrading the SSD's firmware is going to be a pretty big priority too. Something's obviously incompatible.
Also, TheMailMan, you said jumper and battery? Does that have much effect over just battery?
I've heard of systems that you're apparently supposed to set the jumper, power up, power down, set the jumper back, but never ones that ask for both.
Pulling the battery and tripping the jumper drains any energy left in the caps and such. Most Asus ROG boards have this and higher end mobos as things tend to go corrupt at lower levels when you OC.
Originally Posted by MrThomsen25
Im more than willing to do this and as you state:
Normally there is a jumper you have to move over AND disconnect the battery. Then reset the jumper and reinstall the battery. This will do a proper CMOS reset.
Do this once you only have the SSD hooked up. Nothing else.
Im not sure i understand the Jumper part ? Im with you on the hooked up SSD and the battery removal.. I dont want to damage my hardware, better ask once to many instead
EDIT: Could you maybe use natr0ns MOBO image to explain ?
You have to download the manual for YOUR mobo and read up on reseting the CMOS properly.