Gigabyte GA-H77-D3H OnOff Charge Driver
updating motherboard BIOS, drivers, or when looking for technical information. .. ③ Only for GA-H77M-D3H. . Support for ON/OFF Charge. A derivative of Gigabyte's highly acclaimed 3x USB power feature, On/Off Charge enables devices to draw more current from Gigabyte motherboard USB ports. #2 was the magic for my Gigabyte GA-F2A78M-HD2. . to RMA the board (which entails hefty shipping charges not to mention losing the board for . I shorted it till bios comes up, PC power on, shut off, power on, POST, (still . Version and even got the newest BETA one F14 from Gigabyte H77M-D3H rev.
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Gigabyte GA-H77-D3H OnOff Charge Driver
GIGABYTE GA-H77-D3H Intel H77 (Socket 1155) ATX Motherboard
I have two 4gb memory Gigabyte GA-H77-D3H OnOff Charge that I was using and it seems, after further testing, that if one of them is in the system, the motherboard will go into a loop where it says begin to update backup Bios. If I only run the system with the one 4gb stick, it works and will Gigabyte GA-H77-D3H OnOff Charge to windows. Using just the other stick causes the boot loop. I'm a bit surprised to see that memory would cause the BIOS to attempt to back itself up.
Perhaps this is a warranty issue for my memory? If this is the wrong thread, please move it.
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I had a problem with my BIOS update 2 months ago. After that my Gigabyte GA-H77-D3H OnOff Charge got into a loop. It booted, went off without displaying antything and most of the times, the thrid time automatically rebooting you see the standard BIOS screen and after that only a Blue Screen with a heading "Gigabyte BIOS Hitting keys does not work. Therefore, I did the dual bios overwriting thing which somebody explained to me in a facebook group. I did this and then I was actually able to get into Windows reboot also works but when I shut down the same loop began again as described already.
I sent the mainboard to Gigabyte and one month alter I got it back and they said it is working again. I put together all my components and did not thought about really testing it.
But as it seems they have also used the backup to override the main bios and when I switched it Gigabyte GA-H77-D3H OnOff Charge it was the first time after they allegedly repaired it. It worked and I did not touch my PC for two weeks. Today I wanted to do some work and powered it on and again the loop. I did it, got into windows like always after overwriting main bios, then I rebootet, what worked, and I thought everything is fine again. Now one hour later I tried it again and again. Every third time I get a bluescreen, loop all over again.
Maybe someone here can help me. How can this happen???
After overwriting it is asking me: I got the feeling as long as I dont really shout it Gigabyte GA-H77-D3H OnOff Charge it works after kickind the second BIOS; but eventually, when I get into Windows and shut my PC off properly, it gets back into the loop. I did the recovery BIOS trick again. For me the trick works different. I got no seperated power switch on the back. I pull my power cabel and then hold my power button after some seconds I put the cable in Gigabyte GA-H77-D3H OnOff Charge, keep holding the button and then it starts but shuts down almost instantly, after seconds.
H370 HD3, Intel H370 Chipset, LGA 1151, HDMI, ATX Motherboard
After that it does stay off. Then I wait some seconds and hit my power button and then it tries to boot but goes off after 3,4 seconds and then again but after maximal times of automatically powering on and off Gigabyte GA-H77-D3H OnOff Charge get the recovery screen.
Anyway my current situation is that my PC is actually booting after shutting off. After that when hitting the power button it actually boots but now I always get to the BIOS screen that asks me: Now I am kind of afraid and don't know what to Gigabyte GA-H77-D3H OnOff Charge or if I actually should pick any of the other two options.
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I picked loading defaults and then boot Gigabyte GA-H77-D3H OnOff Charge months ago when I already had struggled with that problem and then I got back into the loop where I do not wanna end up again. Maybe somebody can tell me what to pick and maybe knows also the reason why even after recovering my BIOS has its flaws.
Apparently it is working right now, at least the last two times I shut my PC off, but I am not quiet optimistic that it will work tomorrow evening: