I understand that you are having problems with the USB 3.0 drives on Windows* and Linux* based operating systems.
We received some reports of the issue and it is currently under investigation. At this point I will like you to disable the option in BIOS called "USB Optimization" and try again.
Please keep an eye for newer BIOS update releases that may solve the problem that you are experiencing.
thanks for the response and sorry for my rather previous cold post.
the board is very new and i'm very happy it is stable working all around,ok only within windows for now but what matters it is stable.
i already tried to boot linux turning off usb optimization but the result was the same.
i reinstalled the prevous bios verson (380) after testing (424).
the problem using 424 was that the cpu fan connected to the motherboard turned very fast for a short time on boot and windows didn't start completely,the screen turned black.
after manually restarting i could boot but i decided to use the prevoius bios version for now.
would be nice to allow using an external fan controller connected to the psu because the "missing fan" at startup apear no matter what i'm selecting in bios.
it would be nice if you improve ram capability as well,i know intel isn't recommenting other dimms than the tested ones but those are outdated and even hard to buy anywhere.
i think because of my ram (kingston genesis quad 2133) i need to give the cpu (i7-3930k) a fixed voltage,
for now i choose 1.32 volt, otherwise i would get a bluescreen when windows is up and idle.
i already send a pm to chris_intel,forwarding my ms32.info and my specs.
thanks for support ,
hi fcma,it seems my issues are solved with the latest bios and renesas usb 3 driver.still there is a quirk according to this thread,i need to test linux as well but,good job chris and victor!thanks a lot,