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MSI P35 Platinum motherboard problem

By usmanaziz ยท 5 replies
Jan 12, 2012
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  1. hello folks..

    my motherboard MSI Platinum has some problems

    before everything was fine.. untill My PSU got fried And had to replace it With Cooler Master GX 650w bronze.. but that did fixed the problem

    and when it boots up.. iam stuck at this marvell 88se91xx adapter bios version 1.1.0.L69 initilasing something like that..
    and it takes about 2 to 3 mins to check my Sata and boots to windows 7 normal screen

    is there any process to skip that Marvell checking

    now My 2nd HDD is not even working? with is i guess Cable not SATA.. not booting up.. the disk is working fine in other PC.. but not in This motherboard?

    My Specs are
    Windows 7 32bit
    MSI P32 Platinum socket 775
    4GB RAM
    GTX 550 Ti Gddr5
    creative sound blaster 5.1VX
    Coolermaster GX650w Bronze
    No DVD"s or Cd-rw connected

    Please help
    Please Help
  2. Tmagic650

    Tmagic650 TS Ambassador Posts: 17,243   +234

    Get into the bios and choose "failsafe defaults"... The "Blown" power supply has affected the bios settings, maybe damaging the motherboard
  3. herbalfire

    herbalfire TS Enthusiast Posts: 45

    yes it appears the psu shorted out other components aswell
  4. Tmagic650

    Tmagic650 TS Ambassador Posts: 17,243   +234

    All the other components including the hard drive, CPU, memory and video card should be okay
  5. usmanaziz

    usmanaziz TS Rookie Topic Starter


    thank u guys for replying

    but my motherboard is working fine and its been 2 months iam using and playing BF3
    the only thing iam stuck at that "Marvell 88se91xx adapter bios version 1.1.0.L69 initilasing"

    i flashed my bios but still the same problem
  6. Tmagic650

    Tmagic650 TS Ambassador Posts: 17,243   +234

    Get into the bios and disable the "Marvell 88se91xx adapter. You do not need it enabled

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