- Aug 25, 2013
- Gigabyte Z390M Gaming
- Mobile Phone
oh one more thing: do you have HighCurrent checked in Devices / USB ?
I tried my RAM in different combinations. I have 4 RAM sticks, each 16GB. I thought there was a problem with one of them. I started with only two to find out if there is a bad RAM stick. But, no, every combination takes me to this result. If I select the Profile 1, it shows 3600 and 2400. The strange thing is that these are all greyed out. Also, when I check it in the OS, it shows 64GB RAM which is correct. I'm stuck here. Maybe, if I downgrade the BIOS, could be the key. I appreciate some help if you come across a similar issue ?
Hi, @mmaira,Hello, @artooks!
Which RAM do you have?
Also, I would do a Memtest to be sure that nothing is wrong with any of your 4 RAM sticks.
If you go back to the history of this thread, you will see that I also experienced BIOS corruption and autorepair (this the dual BIOS safe process that restores the BIOS as per the factory settings , so F2).
@pastrychef also experience weird BIOS behavior with with motherboard.
When this happened I did a CMOS reset before and F6 upgrade. Since then no BIOS problem anymore (touching wood).
Hello, @artooks!Hi, @mmaira,
Finally, I am able to run correctly now. What I did was, first, I did a CMOS reset, then downgrade to F5 from F6 and tried it. There it worked. Then I updated it to F6 back again. Voila! Now its working as it should be. This was a really weird situation. I am happy that it was resolved. Thank you very much. I now saved my BIOS profile, just in case. This problem occurred right after I downloaded the iMovie and crashed a few times. Could there be a connection? If I disable internal graphics, it works, but then there is no hardware acceleration. How can I run iMovie without changing it from BIOS? Is there something that I can do from Clover Configurator ?