Same here. With 2 x 4GB CMV4GX3M1A1333C9 memory (as single or double channel), freezes at boot/post. With only one of these, works ok. I have managed to stick with one that works OK and currently trying to get a RMA for the other memory module. I am not certain if this is a motherboard bug or memory compatibility/issue, though.
When your PC boot correctly it shows the 'EB' code (or any other) during the splash screen?I wonder if appears this code durring the Splash Screen is normal even when the boot runs OK.
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Yes, the EB Code on the Intel splash display is normal. Under it will be the F-keys selected for display (if you've chosen to display any). As far as reading a CD from the USB port, I think you may have to change the BIOS settings to Enable "Boot USB Devices First". You may have to change some of the other parameters also--such as; Boot to Optical Devices, Boot to Removable Devices, Boot Drive Order, Boot Device Priority and Boot Menu Type. There's another called USB Boot but I think that's for thumb drives. I've never tried to boot from a USB connected CD drive so you'll have to "tinker" with the combinations.
CarWiz, Thank you for your help. I'm calmer now knowing what is normal code EB appear even when the boot goes smoothly
I have motherboard Intel DH61HO and the processor Intel Core i3-IIIrd Gen.
I'm having some problems to attach Transcend USB 3.0 PCIE Card in PCIe Slot. The screen just hangs on Intel's initial screen with the code "EB" in the right corner and stays there and the computer hang.
Kindly suggest what should I do