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Kristian Tengstedt Feb 09, 2004, 09:47am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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I have tryed the most thing i could find in this forum..

P4PE gold deluxe
P4 2.4 @ 533Mhz
512Mb Samsung pc2700
Ti4200 128mb AGPX8
Maxtor Raptor 36.6Gb
Asetek Waterchill - watercooling

My computer can start 1 out of 100 times, if i keep turning it on and off.
I have tryed with another CPU (P4 1.8Ghz), but the "system failed cpu test" POST keep playing.
I belived I have tryed it all, and i really need your help...


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>> Re: P4PE "system failed CPU test"
I assume youve tried the following:
plug a 3 wire into the cpu fan socket on the mobo so it eliminates the fan detection problem.
reseat the cpu to make sure its properly in the socket?

Kristian Tengstedt Feb 09, 2004, 11:14am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Re: P4PE "system failed CPU test"
Yes, is don't work :/

Like I said, I have tryed with 2 cpu and it comes with the error with both cpu's.

When the comp crashed, there was a blink of a "blue screen" and then it died.

The only thing I was doing right before that, was to create a FAT32 partition, nothing else.

jacob jarrett Feb 09, 2004, 01:27pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Re: P4PE "system failed CPU test"
If you're still getting that, it might be a problem with your mobo'.
I would suggest doing the basic steps for mobo problems, clear cmos, remove/replace batt., replace the board.

if you can get it to start to boot, i would suggest getting something like "MicroScope" to test the board with.


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