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Problem installation with a recommended config!

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On the back of the computer are 4 USB 2.0 ports and 2 USB 3.0 ports. Be sure the keyboard is in a USB 2.0 port. Try different ports. If BIOS has a legacy USB setting, try that too.
 
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wow thanks it was on a USB 3! And what about the PCIRootUID ? :crazy:
 
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When you get to the Desktop, run Multibeast and select:

Customization -> Boot Options -> PCI Root ID Fix
 
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Thanks! It works :) But why this kind of options is not in the guide? As I'm using a recommending config.

Where is this problem come from?
 
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But why this kind of options is not in the guide? As I'm using a recommending config.
Where is this problem come from?

It is generally a video problem. I don't know why it isn't in the guide.
 
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OKay, thank for the quick help it's a nice community :)
 

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Thanks! It works :) But why this kind of options is not in the guide? As I'm using a recommending config.

Where is this problem come from?

Because the guide is generic across multi-boards/CPUs/gfx cards.

How would you like it if we put in guide instruction for a different piece of hardware you did not have, you followed the guide, and the instruction crashed your system?

Better to have a "one size fits all" guide and let user "tailor" to his/her own hardware.
 
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