spida wrote: Jan 22, 2019 2:07:42 GMT -8 I had exactly the same problem with the B350, also heard it was for the reasons you stated. Again, no mention in the supplied manual! So I thought I'll get either the X470 or the B450. Should have paid the extra £30 for the X470. FarCanal!!!*
alainch2 wrote: Jan 20, 2019 22:06:56 GMT -8 I just wonder why ppl Shout here! When IT's BETTER , much better, to open a post IN THE PROPER FORUM !!!
intender wrote: Jan 19, 2019 7:32:47 GMT -8 helpful55 usually its the usb drivers that are needed. also if you are trying to install windows 7 on a 2200g or 2400g it wont work.
helpful55 wrote: Jan 18, 2019 15:20:40 GMT -8 When I go to install W7 on a ryzen/AX370 Gaming and get the missing driver error does anyone know EXACTLY what driver the install is needing on this specific? Before these modern times it was always a sata driver needed.
henrynav wrote: Jan 18, 2019 6:25:57 GMT -8 I posted under General and titled home build. shouting here to understand if that was the correct section of the forum to post.
bonash1177o wrote: Jan 17, 2019 17:43:56 GMT -8 people shout here because when they post in the forum, their post gets lost lol. alainch2
Nelson wrote: Jan 17, 2019 14:42:03 GMT -8 Unsure this is the place, however, I just tried to register my Gigabyte motherboard and video cards at service/support and have to say the process is awful. Why do I need to upload a picture of anything, for example?
alainch2 wrote: Jan 17, 2019 8:33:52 GMT -8 I just wonder why ppl Shout here! IT's better instead to open a post IN THE PROPER FORUM !!!
MrSandman wrote: Jan 17, 2019 3:35:24 GMT -8 drex replied. hope this help you.
MrSandman wrote: Jan 17, 2019 3:31:42 GMT -8 gladiator just reset CMOS, then reconfigure your bios or run it by default settings.
MrSandman wrote: Jan 17, 2019 3:26:44 GMT -8 Enter to BIOS;
In M.I.T ----> Miscellaneous settings ----> pciE Slot configuration ----> Auto, then press F10 key and do yes.
typepun wrote: Jan 15, 2019 7:33:27 GMT -8 Same make and model. I did a Forum post too. Thanks.
chiefgordoncole wrote: Jan 14, 2019 23:34:01 GMT -8 typepun: same make/model as the first stick? Dual channel mem can be really picky about that.
chiefgordoncole wrote: Jan 14, 2019 23:30:31 GMT -8 Because why post in the forum when you can post here and get your question lost of course!
alainch2 wrote: Jan 14, 2019 20:50:21 GMT -8 I just wonder why ppl Shout, here, instead of opening a post IN THE PROPER FORUM !!!
typepun wrote: Jan 14, 2019 16:39:48 GMT -8 My Aorus z390 i Wifi Pro doesn't boot with a second 16gb memory stick in it. I verified the stick isn't bad by using it in the first slow.
gumby83 wrote: Jan 14, 2019 12:28:20 GMT -8 Installed a PCI-E Network adapter on my Gigabyte Aorus Gaming 7, lost my RAID array (LOTS of work on here) and my gigabyte profiles. Where are they saved? what can i do? help please!
athelie2002 wrote: Jan 13, 2019 15:56:32 GMT -8 I have a new Gigabyte z390 UD motherboard i am replacing a 7 year old MB for. I have a 8th gen intel i5, with 16gb ddr4 memory. I have windows 7 Ultimate already installed on the Crucial 500GB SSD drive. After checking and reconnecting all cables, I can b
skunkmonkey wrote: Jan 12, 2019 13:17:48 GMT -8 gladiator, that cpu is not supported on the z370 chipset.