Well these code are the POST code, if you check on the Technical Product Specification, you can verify these post code meaning, like
BA Detecting presence of a removable media (IDE, CD-ROM detection, etc.) EB Calling Legacy Option ROMs BC Enabling/configuring a removable media
These can happen due to several reasons like:
usb key connected on the machine
sd card in the card reader
For the boot problem try these steps:
Advanced>> Hard Disk Pre Delay >> No
Advanced>> Peripheral Configuration >> Disable the eSATA Port. (if any)
Go to Boot Menu
Boot Menu: Advance
Boot Priority: Hard Disk Drive First
Boot to Removable Devices Disable
Boot to Network Disable
Boot to Optical Device Disable
USB Boot Disable
Boot USB Device First Disable
USB Mass Storage Auto
All the best,
Thanks for the reply. I have done as you advised andhave noticed an improvement.
However from a cold boot the board always stops showing BA, and will only go through the complete process to windows logon if i press the reset button.
I have tried leaving it at the BA stage for some time but if it stalls at this point it never gets any further without a reset.
Any ideas would be appreciated.
Did you manage to sort the issue?
Try hitting F10 and make shure you are booting from hard drive, or gonig in to utilities hit F2 and make sure the hard drive is first boot device.
I have same problem with DP43TF, but after keep trying reinstall and than modiffied the bios finaly I made it.
You should disable core multiplex in bios set up, normaly it is suppose to be enable but no other way.
Booting start up normal but only can read one core this make the next problem, the system runing unstable.
Anyway I stiil can use it until the next bios update come.
for information my hardware specification is:
- Bios ( lates ) RKG 4310H.86A.0086.EB
- Intel Quad Core
- 4GB DDR 3 ram
- 1GB DDR 3 vga
- 500GB Seagate HDD
- Windows7 Ultimate OS
I was thinking that there is some bug in the BIOS, and I hope Intel dev team should be fix this problem for the next BIOS update.