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    Default R4E Debug code 78 problem

    Hi to all,
    I have this problem with my board. Yesterday and before everything was normal, I've worked on my PC for almost 8 hours, and finishing the work I shut down PC, now today when I press power button on my PC it's stuck on debug code 78 (ACPI module initialization). I've try to reset the BIOS, change from BIOS 1 to BIOS 2, take of the BIOS battery for couple of hours, nothing, no success, starting the PC it's always stuck (freeze), at code 78. Never happened before, using my PC almost every day with no issue until now. Don't know what else to do, need your help guys.

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    Default Re: R4E Debug code 78 problem

    What do you mean by working on PC for 8hrs? As in taking it a part or sitting at desk and working on it?

    Do all standard checklist items. Remove memory, try different combos with memory, if you recently took cpu out or install cooling solution, check the pins in socket and make sure cooler isnt screwed down too tight. Remove all DVD, HDD, SSD ect from system. USB headers ect. Only have what is needed. Also if you have another PSU sitting around, try it.
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    Default Re: R4E Debug code 78 problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    What do you mean by working on PC for 8hrs? As in taking it a part or sitting at desk and working on it?

    Do all standard checklist items. Remove memory, try different combos with memory, if you recently took cpu out or install cooling solution, check the pins in socket and make sure cooler isnt screwed down too tight. Remove all DVD, HDD, SSD ect from system. USB headers ect. Only have what is needed. Also if you have another PSU sitting around, try it.
    I meant to say using it for 8hrs daily, my PC was completely armed more than a year ago, never present any problem, no additional HW was installed since except the SSD (two months ago), but also without any issue. What I meant to say is that yesterday everything was OK an today when I start my PC it's stucked at 78 debug code and no post. I've already check the peripherals, disconectin all of them, check memory, HDD/SSD.. and nothing always 78 debug code and PC freeze (no post).

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    Default Re: R4E Debug code 78 problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Smiki007 View Post
    I meant to say using it for 8hrs daily, my PC was completely armed more than a year ago, never present any problem, no additional HW was installed since except the SSD (two months ago), but also without any issue. What I meant to say is that yesterday everything was OK an today when I start my PC it's stucked at 78 debug code and no post. I've already check the peripherals, disconectin all of them, check memory, HDD/SSD.. and nothing always 78 debug code and PC freeze (no post).

    Ok do you have a PSU you can test with?

    Also where did you get the definition for the debug code? Manual? Just want to make sure we are troubleshooting the right code. I have seen the 78 code also mean Chipset did not Intil, Bios issue and others. If it is correct then I would def check the PSU. It is the only other thing that could be related to ACPI function you have connected.
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    Default Re: R4E Debug code 78 problem

    No other PSU, only what I have, debug code definition from User Manual. When I power on the PC, everything is ON, my two pumps, all 15 fans, aditional UV lights, EVGA Bridge...

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    Default Re: R4E Debug code 78 problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Smiki007 View Post
    No other PSU, only what I have, debug code definition from User Manual. When I power on the PC, everything is ON, my two pumps, all 15 fans, aditional UV lights, EVGA Bridge...

    Well it looks like you are in a pickle without spares to test with.
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    Default Re: R4E Debug code 78 problem

    I hate to say it but it sounds like a power supply or chip set issue on the MB power down and unplug and replug in (ALL) the PSU connections especially the 24 pin
    I would also remove everything except your boot drive and try again

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    Default Re: R4E Debug code 78 problem

    Sounds like a bad PSU to me.

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    Default Re: R4E Debug code 78 problem

    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post
    Sounds like a bad PSU to me.

    Same thought here. That is why I was hoping he had a spare to test with. I hope it is the PSU and not his board.
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    Default Re: R4E Debug code 78 problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    Same thought here. That is why I was hoping he had a spare to test with. I hope it is the PSU and not his board.
    yep me too! I had this happen to me once and it was the 24 pin extension I removed it from the PSU and all was good

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    Default Re: R4E Debug code 78 problem

    As I'm fare from my home for now (10 days), need to put this on hold. Returning home will try every possible solution. Hope is not the bad PSU (Enermax), nor board, but anyway will post the results whenever they are. Could be the faulty 24 pin extension (hope for that). Thanks guys.

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    Default Re: R4E Debug code 78 problem

    SOLVED:
    Change to BIOS 2, Mem OK button, CLEAR CMOS Button, reset BIOS, re installed RAM and GPUs, disconnect PCIE 2 and 4, start PC ---> OK, change to BIOS 1, start PC, passing IROG auto update, restart --> PC working flawlessly, everything OK.
    Thanks guys for all of help you provided.
    Last edited by Smiki007; 03-03-2014 at 11:28.

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    Default Re: R4E Debug code 78 problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Smiki007 View Post
    SOLVED:
    Change to BIOS 2, Mem OK button, CLEAR CMOS Button, reset BIOS, re installed RAM and GPUs, disconnect PCIE 2 and 4, start PC ---> OK, change to BIOS 1, start PC, passing IROG auto update, restart --> PC working flawlessly, everything OK.
    Thanks guys for all of help you provided.
    This was short term happiness , finally the board stop to responding freezing on every reset with 78 debug code. Disarmed everything and start to check part by part. PSU--> Checked-OK, RAM sticks --> Checked-OK, GPUs--> Checked-OK, memory slots left-ones failed, right ones pass. BINGO, found the problem. Send board to distributor technical service, guarantee was accepted and they changed my board for one Rampage IV Extreme BE (with additional $50 of charge). Tomorrow I'll pick my motherboard in distributor store. Overall I'm pretty happy with it (change one R4E with almost two years of use for one R4E BE brand new for only $50 of additional charge).

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