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Reply With Quote 04-27-2013 #9 absic View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Junior Member Join Date Oct 2010 Location England Posts 53 Re: Gigabyte z77x-ud3h debug led error A0 Yes, But I have a feeling it has to do with your cpu and the bios. It won't solve the problem but it will make you feel better. i have a i7 4770k gigabyte g1 sniper 5............ 2x4gb g skill 1600mhz evga gtx 580 wd black 1td hdd corsair tx 750w cant run onboard graphics because the motherboard doesnt
Anyway, on the Debug LED on the motherboard I get an A0, I looked at the manual and it says it means IDE Initialisation Started. Register a new account Sign in Already have an account? Skill DDR3-1866 CL8 HD 6550D Antec 450 Platinum (EA-450)Danger Den Torture Rack Gigabyte Z68XP-UD4 i7-2600K 4GB (2 x 2GB) G.Skill 1333 CL9 XFX 6870 Double-D Sparkle 700Watt 80Plus Platin nipnosis 21 Make sure to load system defaults after clearing cmos, and save & exit immediately, then go back into BIOS for any other changes.
I have had the power on numerous occasions and have tried 3 different BIOS's now all with the same result.I have also tried with just one graphics card in the main Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? I managed to install Windows7 without incident and update all my drivers. A6 Error Code Gigabyte Motherboard Sign up for free!
However if I just boot normally without a trip through the BIOS then I get the D4. I just built the system and updated the BIOS so i doubt i have to reset the RAM or clear the CMOS, everything is working just fine to, the debug code I'm just confused as to why booting through Bios appears to fix/mask the problem? http://www.computerforum.com/threads/getting-ao-error-message-on-gigabyte-mother-board.211034/ You can download it from TweakTown here: http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte/28441-gigabyte-latest-beta-bios.htmlCould you post the full spec's of your system as you haven't done so and there may be something else causing the problem.
I checked everything in the Bios and it is reading all my hardware fine. Gigabyte Support All rights reserved. I get an "A0" code on the led debug pannel which means "IDE initialization is started". Even try removing power cord from PSU and removing battery and clearing CMOS.
share Link to post Share on other sites bcredeur97 bcredeur97 Member 2,973 posts I l̶i̶k̶e̶ Love Driving Location: Probably Driving in Louisiana, USA Posted October 8, 2015 I think mine Log In Sign Up Log In to GameFAQs Forgot your username or password? A0: Ide Initialization Is Started I have read on another manufacturers website that the A0 code is nothing to be concerned about, so some further clarification about the A0 code would be very much appreciated. Gigabyte Error Codes i have no errors, everything is running fine, i just noticed it says A0 which i looked up, says IDE initialization started.
Is it normal? his comment is here View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array Join Date Jan 2011 Location arkansaw Reputation 26 Posts 152 yep. but i still have the A0 or AD code. Just means system has passed over control to the AHCI controller. Ide Initialization Is Started No Video
To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Basically, I don't know what the error message means and what are the steps I should take to get this fixed.Thanks in advance for the help Logged gptech STAFF SERGEANT Offline Yep – I am looking at it now. this contact form I know this has something to do with the memory so i thought changing the swap file might of been the issue.
Logged JAVUSER PRIVATE E-2 Offline Posts: 4 « Reply #2 on: 04-July-12, 03:29:30 » Alright thanks ! Clear Cmos nipnosis 21 0 Re: Z77X-UP5 TH debug A0 or D4 « Reply #2 on: November 15, 2012, 05:54:20 pm » I have 2 EVGA gtx 680's in SLI, the thing Forum FAQ Calendar Community Groups Albums Member List Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links View Site Leaders Tech Support ASRock Support GIGABYTE Support ASUS Support Advanced Search Forum Tech Support
Wyrm 1972 writes... Reply With Quote 04-27-2013 #3 pzkpfw-iv7 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Junior Member pzkpfw-iv7's PC Specs pzkpfw-iv7's PC Specs Motherboardz77x-ud3h Motherboard BIOS versionf18 Processori5 3570k 3.4ghz Memory4gb Video Card see this post... Gigabyte Z170x-gaming 5 When I boot up the system there is only one beep from POST, this surely indicates that the hardware is installed correctly, the BIOS version I have supports the CPU and
It won't solve the problem but it will make you feel better. See if there is a list of all of the codes near the last pages in your motherboard user manual. I am not too concerned, I would just like to know what it is and what I should be doing to turn it off. http://glitchtest.org/error-code/gigabyte-a0-error-code.html We receive spam notifications and will take immediate action!
and does it boot up into windows fine or is it sticking on a0 error? This is my first computer build. The thing is if the led display wasn't there then I guess I would never know as everything seems fine? Logged nipnosis 21 0 Re: Z77X-UP5 TH debug A0 or D4 « Reply #3 on: November 16, 2012, 05:55:54 pm » I am still no closer to a solution on
Not to big of a deal now but might be to others. Gigabyte GA-Z87X-OC Force has a constant AO error code displayed! (HELP) solved Gigabyte A6 Error Code solved [Please Help] Gigabyte Z8tx-ud3h error code 15 and hard drive not being detected ROG I have opened up a ticket with Gigabyte though so hopefully might get some where.Cheers Nick Logged MarkJohnson 251 7 Re: Z77X-UP5 TH debug A0 or D4 « Reply #7 Thanks though.
I don't have time to look up the code right now, but the owners manual should describe all the codes. All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Register Help Remember Me? all debug codes are same for all i think well my pc is fine no errors no problems im looking others sites and ppl said A0 is all okay but i Any suggestions would be awesome, many thanksNick Logged nipnosis 21 0 Re: Z77X-UP5 TH debug A0 or D4 « Reply #4 on: November 18, 2012, 09:54:24 am » Anyone?