o sapreste consigliarmi una guida per salvarla se nn č troppo sbattimento visto che cmq ho ancora la garanzia per effettuare l'rma. This is my second motherboard. Nvidia won't give them one so Intel don't keep Nvidia informed on changes to their CPU's like the change to 45nm which meant that most of the nForce 6 series couldn't Trying doing this if you still have that USB INIT problem. check over here
I have worked on loads of computers for friends in the past 24 years, this is the only one that has me totally baffled. The computer starts but it's still got default CMOS and the computer shuts off as soon as I press DEL to go into the BIOS. wouldn't you be ? Kostakiss Says: October 2nd, 2007 at 8:51 am Hi guys, I have not experienced such problems and have not gone through it personally, so instead of giving unsuccessful advice, I started
What I would also suggest is to run the nVidia Control Panel (Performance/Tune System and select tune using custom settings and tick only the memory to save time) to see the When I called my retailer before I RMA it back the first thing they asked me was if my CPU fan spins. what i might suggest - unplug everything, take the battery out, switch the cmos to the left for 30 mins. It should boot fine after.
Those that aren't screwed in and are just sitting there often cause a short in the system. ice1403 7,949 views 8:30 Asus Rampage Formula Motherboard - Duration: 7:51. System starts (get to see the POST), then hangs up on Vista loading screen, with a quick Blue Screen of Death reboot. Not a biggie, I planed on upgrading my server anyways.
Can I still put it back to my old PC and use them, like nothing happens? Pushing the power button again leads you back to sep #1 above. Zinn, Feb 2, 2008 Zinn, Feb 2, 2008 #20 Feb 2, 2008 #21 McCartney Gawd Messages: 776 Joined: Sep 23, 2007 MikeSp said: ↑ I WAS going to buy this board https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?22755-CPU-post-memory-initialization-error Potrebbe essere l'alimentatore che non ce la fa pių?
Not taking anything away from the likes of MSI and Asus but these manufacturers deal with competing partners and sharing R&D info with them is running the risk of seeing it Mainly beacuse of the is bitch fight going on bewteen Intel and Nvidia over Intel wanting an SLi liscense for it's motherboards. I even found these place and I see everybody complaining, i was looking for a solution like u.I tried everything. most of the probs ive seen on the ASUS forum abt the striker II formula with conflicts with other devices (RAM, PSU, etc) or jst bad QC (overheated NBs/SBs).
These new ASUS boards are crap . While the CPU is out of the socket, inspect the socket thoroughly for any bent or damaged pins. 5960X @ 4.5Ghz Asus Rampage V Extreme 1701 32GB (4 x 8) Gskill My new rig here http://s236.photobucket.com/albums/ff307/skubidoobie/?action=view¤t=Bleeding2.jpg SgtDoogie Says: October 10th, 2007 at 12:02 am Wow guys….I'm so glad I stumbled upon this page. I've tried moving the one memory module that I have connected to different slots, but still the same thing.
Too bad that kind of energy was not spent in ASUS engineering . check my blog thanks. Obviously ASUS has an issue in this area. i need on help this matter, any more ideas?
If it works,I will let everyone know. Pins 1-208 - Put back in the power cord and turn on the power.09 - When booting, scream very hard "YES" and quickly push the "Delete" to get into bios.10 - so i've tested the corsair in another pc and it worked just fine. this content While I was waiting I unplugged my CPU cooler and just checked to make sure my QX6700 was seated ok.
He immediately shook his head and said , "stay away from ASUS , they are garbage, and their boards almost sunk me when I first started out" . The computer restarts. I notice that: If You Unplug the Power, Take Off the Batery, and Press CLmos and wait for 30-50 seconts You have Clear The Bios and You can Start Your Computer.
I purchased a Striker Extreme last week. Either of the other two x16 PCIE slots work fine. Vix Vix, Feb 4, 2008 Vix, Feb 4, 2008 #27 Feb 10, 2008 #28 randy_tho n00bie Messages: 31 Joined: Aug 26, 2004 I just got a Max Formula and 8400 just RMAed it with Asus.
WTF? Last time they sent it back to me 'No Fault found'. Let us all know what happens. have a peek at these guys Uploaded on Jul 15, 2008Short demo of the Asus Formula Rampage LCD Poster Category Education License Standard YouTube License Show more Show less Loading...
Voglio dire, non č che magari rimonto tutto e funziona perfettamente e tra 1 mese fa di nuovo sto tiro e magari non riparte pių? According to industry news Intel doesn't want anything to do with SLI anymore because it would require re-engineering a chipset from the ground up. I changed the memory voltage, reset the BIOS to startup on "last state", and put in the new cpu and memory. I started to break dance in the office.
Edit Reply Quote & Reply Lian-Li V2100 // Enermax Galaxy 1000W // Water cooled NB,VGA,CPU // ASUS P5N-T Deluxe (0802) // Intel QX9650 // 4GB OCZ DDR2-1000 ReaperX // 2 x Cleared CMOS. We are looking forward for your reply… n3t5pLi7 Says: August 26th, 2007 at 1:20 pm Thanks for all the comments, inspired me to submit a follow up on the problems. I asked him what boards he sold .
Qualcuno saprebbe dirmi il modo pių veloce per effettuare un rma diretto con asus perchč penso che mandarla al negozio dove l'ho acquistata sia perdita di tempo. Bloody typical that the very hour I decide to do the processor swap after 3 days of CPU-INIT and no POSTs the damn thing powers up fine for what was the It should not be this hard to build a system. They are everywhere .
For flash please report which steps did you take? Last edited by mcharj11; 05-02-2008 at 18:10. After booting it up I entered the BIOS and set the memory voltage to 2.20.