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Discussion in ' Troubleshooting Help ' started by rokslide , Aug 25, Log in or Sign up. OCAU Forums. OCAU Merchandise now available! Discussion here. Motherboard Discussion in ' Troubleshooting Help ' started by rokslide , Aug 25, Motherboard and it's been giving me problems for months.

Basically I am trying to figure out what it is complaining about with it's stupid diagnostic lights why there couldn't have on screen messages like everyone else I don't know! Anyways, what happens is you hit the power switch, all LED's are red. The Led 3 that's the first one goes green, then they all go back to red and everything hangs. Brilliant huh? Apparrently all the parts are good which is to say I brought them on here and they were meant to be working at the time. Anyone got any advise on dealing with this board?

Alternatively anyone want to buy it? Cheers, Rokslide. Joined: Jun 27, Messages: Location: Adelaide. OKie, motherboard, see above I have try , , 64, many makes and models. No other cards are installed they have all been removed to try and figure out what is going on. Hard drive is a seagate barracuda As for the manual, basically it says if all lights are off that means that one of the system checks failed.

According to the manual what I am seeing should never occur. The 3rd light should stay on and it should try to check the ram. The 3rd light goes off and all return to red however. As for other components. All components have been checked independantly except for CPU and mobo as I don't have spares of these. You must log in or sign up to reply here. Show Ignored Content.

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MSI 815EP Pro-R, Abit SA6R, or Asus CUSL2

Remember Me? Results 1 to 4 of 4. Thread: Msi ep Pro Lite msle. Thread Tools Show Printable Version. I found a review on the RAID version and looks to be a very good board as long as the overclocking functions are included in the Lite version. I would imagine them being identical except for this point. Anyone have one of these or know anything about it?


List of Socket 370 motherboards

Although it is physically possible to install more memory, the system will only recognize the maximum listed. Installing more memory may cause major problems. Consult the system's manufacturer for more information. System only supports four rows of PC More than that and the memory will run at MHz. For example a double sided and two single sided PC modules would use 4 rows.


MS-6337 V3.0B (815EP Pro-R)

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815EP Pro Ver 3. Motherboard

The E and EP are each two-chip solutions. Note that audio and LAN functionality are really software driven, so expect to use some processor cycles if you go with pure ICH2 solutions. However, both variants of the support a discrete AGP slot. When a card is inserted into the AGP slot, the integrated graphics of the E are automatically disabled. The E series is not capable of supporting fastwrites, one of the advanced features of AGP 2. In most cases, this makes little difference, but no fastwrites support makes the chipset ill suited for some high-polygon count 3D content creation applications.

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