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  Reply # 378086 9-Sep-2010 02:38
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hey i have just checked the bios and s3 is enabled i wonder why the computer cannot detect it
i have also tried reseting the bios to defaults and reinstalling windows with still no luck :(

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  Reply # 378092 9-Sep-2010 06:30
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Well that defiantly seems to be your issue. Things I would check.

See if there is a more current version of the BIOS for that Mobo, F10 seems to be the latest.
Make sure you have installed the correct chipset drivers for the Mobo. I would get the drivers direct from Intel.

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