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Pat Hayes Mar 22, 2005, 10:40am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Re: Asus A8N-SLI FAQ
Jamison,
yes the diamondmax 9 series. Sorry. Unbelievable as to why the drives won't work.

What about multi monitor and sli, that still a no no?

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Edited: Apr 06, 2005, 12:43pm EDT

 
>> Re: SATA DRIVE STANDBY ISSUE
Sata disk will not stop spinning.

Hi everybody,
System is on Nvidia sata raid 0, no problem.
I have a third sata drive (Hitachi 7K250) as data backup drive, installed as a JBOD; this drive gives me problem: My power options are asking for the hard drives to stop spinning after 3 mn of inactivity, but it does not work that way...:

If this drive is installed on the Nvidia ctlr, it will stop spinning, wich is OK, but... it will never start back and will hang the system if I select the drive; I have to boot the PC.

If this drive is installed on the Silicon ctlr, it will not even stop spinning.

Could somebody with an alike config make the test and tell me the results so I could figure out what is faulty, the drive or the controlers. (latest updates are installed).
Thank you in advance.

David Gorton Mar 22, 2005, 12:04pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Prolix,
When you run the Windows install and hit F6 you must install both drivers that appear not just the RAID drivers.Windows should say it found one 138Gig Hard drive. Though I've only done Mirroring, the driver have to be installed the same way. Also make sure when the system is booting that it shows Healthy when the NVRAID Bios screen comes up.
GLuck

Tim Buescher Mar 22, 2005, 12:10pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Hey Guys, Great Thread very Help Full,

I am currently having problems with my new A8N-SLI Delux motherboard installation procedure. I have connected all the wires and fans properly, as well as the memory and PCI-E video card. The problem I am having is that on start up I have not been able to get any signal on my Decaview G380 .25mm DecaClear Monitor display. I have tried reinstalling the battery and moving the jumpers for the battery around to reset the system, but still have the same problem. I have also tried forcing beeps by removing the video card and the RAM but still no video or beeps. It appears that my system is possibly failing the POST startup sequence. I was wondering if anyone had any questions on how to remedy this situation. Also since my monitor is VGA, I must use my VGA adapter. Thanks for your help.

60 GB Western Digital
120 GB western Digital
SONY CD-RW
2 X 512 MB (crucial)
A8N-SLI Delux
AMD Athlon 64 3500+ Winchester
Antec SL450 Watt Power Supply
standard floppy drive
evga GEFORCE 6800 GT

BlackHawk Mar 22, 2005, 12:49pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Has anybody heard of an issue with SATA DVD drives on the nForce controller? Initial post on page 73. Any help here would be appreciated.

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Brian Gatt Mar 22, 2005, 01:23pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Unbelievable!
Have lurked on this list for the last week or so trying to get my kit to behave. With a combination of the information on this thread plus a helping hand from other sites, I've finally cracked it.

My rig :

Athlon64 3500+ Winchester
A8N-SLI Deluxe (obviously)
2x Corsair 512MB 3200 CAS2
2x XFX 6800 GT
2x WD Raptor 36GB (NVRAID 0)
Enermax Noisetaker 600W (SLI version)
Zalman CNPS7700
Sony DVD ReWriter (on IDE bus 1)
Sony DVD Rom (on IDE bus 2)

all wrapped up in a Coolermaster 'cmstacker' case, running WinXP (did try XP64 RC2, but it got too messy!)

Have had nothing but problems getting this thing running, but to cut a long story short, I had IDE conflicts between the two DVD drives (even when on seperate buses??), which stopped me booting to start with. The main problem, however, was the lack of an SLI option in the driver. A couple of red herrings for me were :

1) PSU (mine wasn't on the 'recommended' list - was 2x 10K SATA drives and 2x 6800GTs too much?
2) BIOS - as soon as I applied 1006, my SLI BIOS page suddenly loses all optionsapart from the EZplug warning. No longer have the ability to set SLI on/off/auto any more. Had I screwed the BIOS?
3) the huge number of RMAs reported all over various forums - did I have duff equipment?

I tried everything in this (excellent) thread, and had got as far as plugging each 6800GT in individually to check the BIOS were identical. While I was doing that, I thought I'd do a quick browse to see how to update the BIOS should I need to, and came across this <http://www.mvktech.net> forum, where I read (with horror) that the ASUS SLI connector needs to be connected a particular way round (why they have pictures in the manual with it connected both ways round I don't know).

Installed both cards back to their rightful places, connect the connector the right way round (bottom of the ASUS logo is at the end with the DVI connectors), and WAHEY!

Now if I can just work out why my DVD drives don't like each other....

Anyway, hope this helps at least one person. Sander, are these issues specific to my kit, or is it a general problem? If it's general, could you update the sticky at the top of the forum with the info on the 'missing' SLI option in the BIOS, and the directional info for the connector, as people like me probably find it difficult to wade through 80 pages to find the particular bit they need ;-)

Thanks all!

Sgt Torg Mar 22, 2005, 01:25pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Last night, I decided to install nforce4 6.53 drivers overtop existing 6.39 drivers. Looks like most people here are installing overtop, rather than uninstalling exsiting drivers first. Anyway, all appears OK, no probs that I can see with new drivers :^)

Also, looks like a new version of ntune is available (again):

http://www.nvidia.com/object/ntune_2.05.09.html

There was a new version late last week (2.05.08) that was quickly pulled from the nvidia web site. Not sure why...???

Pat Hayes:
Regarding SLI with multiple monitors. I run 2 monitors. When gaming, I set the ForceWare driver to SLI mode, a reboot is required and I lose the second monitor. The driver warns you this will happen. I've heard that nvidia are working on a driver that will allow multiple monitors with SLI enabled, but I have no confirmation. When I'm finished gaming, I disable SLI in the driver and reboot. My second monitor comes back to life and all my desktop icons return to their original positions on each monitor (not sure if this will work if not using nview). BTW, I'm using the VGA outputs on my vid cards, not DVI. I don't own a DVI monitor to verify it works. Also, monitor ordering will be as follows:

Primary GPU - Output 1 = Monitor 1
Secondary GPU - Output 1 = Monitor 2
Primary GPU - Output 2 = Monitor 3
Secondary GPU - Output 2 = Monitor 4

This is taken from page 12 of the 71.84 ForceWare release notes. Note on my Asus 6600GTs, "Output 1" is VGA and "Output 2" is DVI. Your card(s) may be reversed.


Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe (1006 BIOS)
AMD Athlon 64 4000+
2x Kingston HyperX DDR400 512MB
2x Asus 6600GT 128MB
2x WD 74GB Raptor (RAID 0 on NVIDIA controller)
PCP&C Turbo-Cool 510 SLI
WinXP Pro w/ SP2
jdr Mar 22, 2005, 02:28pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Re: Asus A8N-SLI FAQ
Blackhawk said:

"Has anybody heard of an issue with SATA DVD drives on the nForce controller? Initial post on page 73. Any help here would be appreciated."

SATA optical drives don't seem to work very well with the A8N. I've read a few posts that recommend against them.

BlackHawk Mar 22, 2005, 03:34pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Thanks for the reply Jamison. Is this something future drivers or BIOS updates may address, or am I just out the money I spent on the drive (its too late for me to return it)?

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jdr Mar 22, 2005, 05:30pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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No idea I'm afraid -- BIOS updates may be able to fix it.

Are you running any drives in a RAID array on the Nforce controller? If so, moving them to Silicon Image contoller may help. Also try updating your Plextor's firmware (in another machine).


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Edited: Mar 22, 2005, 06:31pm EST

 
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david cole Mar 22, 2005, 06:18pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Have installed all parts, but not connected power connections yet to fire up unit. Bought parts before I found this site so I hope all will be reasonably compatible. Got so engrossed in reading to catch up and avoid mishaps that I have stopped the build process. Now upto page 61, but I need to get on with firing this baby up!. I did not foresee building would be quite so complicated since I have workd with and on computers for many years! I am enjoying the reading, and think this is a great and helpful site.

A8N SLI Deluxe
AMD FX55 (oem)
Zalman CNPS 7000B-ALCU cpu cooler fan
Four 512MB Crucial Ballistix DDR400 PC3200 chips(ASUS approved memory list)
Thermaltake 560 watt PSU (single rail?)
Thermaltake Tsunami case with top panel for USB, firewire, mic, headphones
Two WD Raptor 74GB SATA (10,000 rpm) for planned RAID 0 boot disk on nVidia controller
Three non-raid Seagate 300GB SATA for data with one planned for the nvidia controller, and the other two on the Sil3114 controller
One (for now - maybe forever) eVGA 6800 Ultra PCI-E video card
Two NEC 3520a DVD drives
Sony floppy drive (controller plug will fit either direction(?), but only one is correct)
23" LCD wide screen moniter
Will use onboard sound for now as I spent all I can at this time

I have read the recommended startup plan posted earlier. Questions I raise in continuing to build this unit are:

1. Power distribution: The PSU has four useable outlet wires providing 12V to support the drives and the video card connector (a fifth outlet has a 10 pin plug but no 12V). One has two SATA connectors with five wires, the orange fifth being 3.3V. The other three outlets are standard 4-wire with two molex plugs and a small plug (floppy) each. Included were several adapter cords that plug into a molex 4-pin, and each adapter cord has two SATA power outlet plugs showing only four wires entering (no 3.3V).
Does the SATA drive really require the fifth 3.3V wire?

The two DVD drives have molex sockets, the WD Raptors have both molex sockets and the wider flat SATA power sockets.
The three Seagate drives have only the wide SATA power sokets.
Based on best guess balanced loading (including the video card connection), can you recommend a plan to make these power connections?

2. Audio: Front panel audio connector on ASUS mobo has earphone pins labeled BLINE_OUT_L and Line out_L (ditto for right) which should attach to case wires labeled EAR-L and Return-L (ditto for right). Which of the ASUS pins is the feed and which is the return? These naming conventions were unknown to a certified computer tech I know.

3. DVD drives: Will have two DVD drives and no hard drives on the IDE connectors. Should I set these DVD drives as master and slave on the Pirmary Ide socket, or both as masters with one each on the primary IDE and the secondary IDE sockets?

4. Case speaker: I have found no speaker in this case. Any strong reason I should add one before I continue (rather than later).

5. Preferred boot sequence: Would you confirm or change this sequence?
a. hard disk (my RAID 0 c:\)
b. the first DVD unit on IDE-1 (master)
c. the second DVD unit if used as master on IDE-2 (not in list if a slave on IDE-1)
d. floppy disk

6. Earlier post said you can put a sound card in PCI slot 2, but had to disable the Sil3114 controller. I never saw "why". Wondering in advance for when/if I add a sound card.

7. Lan port: Have two ports on board. WIll need only one in this arrangement, so is either preferred? Disable the other in BIOS?

Appreciate all assistance you can furnish. Will continue to read to catch up, and I know there will be other needs. I apologize for the length of this post.

A8N-SLI Deluxe, FX-55, Win XP Pro - was main, being rebuilt after electrical storm
Sabertooth x58, i7-950, Win 7 Pro, ENGTX460CU TOP, 12GB GSkill, 12GB SSD, 1GB + 2GB HDD @ 6GB/s - main computer
P5Q-E, e8500, Vista 64 - secondary computer
Two P5Q Pro,
Robert louis Mar 22, 2005, 06:58pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Re: Asus A8N-SLI FAQ
Pat Hayes

hi pat
"Windows should never detect 2 drives if Raid is setup properly."
it detect it in windows xp setup the pc never made it to windows!

"Did you use the Nvidia nforce utility during post to configure the drives in a raid? it looks like you did."
yes i did..this is when you press f10 right? if so yes.

"Did you press f6 during the initial BLUE SCREEN phase of the xp install, and install the nforce driver disk. If you did not do this, the raid drives will appears as 2 drives in windows during the first phase of windows installation. Check to make sure you have used the mobo driver disk to create yourself a raid driver disk using the makedisk feature..."
ok i will try this and report back
thanks.
p.s im using the onboard nvida raid controler.

asylum asylum Mar 22, 2005, 07:27pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Oppps I made a boo boo

When I installed windows on my rig it read the CF reader I had as the first drive now my Raid has been given the drive letter D:/

I have loked at chaging it in drive manager but windows reports that it can not be changed as on a raid

anyone have an idea on how this can be done or is it a case of living with it?

James Dean Mar 22, 2005, 07:41pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Hi all,

I have read many of the posts on this forum and thank everyone who participated very much. I cannot get SLI to work but i do have 3 monitors up and running. To debug the SLI problem, I went into SINGLE mode and i tried to put ONE CARD IN AT A TIME and discovered that one of the 6600GT cards would prevent the PC from booting if placed in the secondary PCIx16 slot (similar to "Anthony" 's problem on page 1 of this FAQ). The PC boots fine if that card is placed in the primary PCIx16 slot. As for the other card, the PC works fine regardless of which PCIx16 slot i put it in. SO right now i have both cards in there, i have the "semi-problematic" 6600GT in the secondary slot and the fully functional card in the primary, and i have full functionality (multi-monitor) except for SLI. When i try to run a game (Far cry, prince of persia etc) with SLI in this config, the screen goes blank and stays blank, and i am not able to re-enter windows, i have to do a hard reboot. Why is the SLI not working? Do i have a bad video card?

My setup:

I have all latest BIOS and drivers as specified at beginning of this FAQ

AMD ATHLON 64 3500+ S939 PROCESSOR NEWCASTLE 2.2GHZ
ASUS A8N-SLI DELUXE MOTHERBOARD NFORCE4-SLI
2x LEADTEK WINFAST PX6600GT TDH 128MB DDR3 PCI EXPRESS
CORSAIR VALUE SELECT DUAL CHANNEL 1024MB KIT PC3200 DDR CAS2.5 2X512MB
2x WD RAPTOR 36GB HARD DRIVE SATA 10000RPM
ANTEC 1080 PERFORMANCE PLUS CHASSIS 4X5.25IN 6X3.5IN 430W
WIN XP PRO (i have not installed SP2)

Thanks a lot in advance
g





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In response to Robert loius' problem (and mine!) & Pat Hayes' suggestion:

Detailed post about my problem getting Windows to accept my array...

I spent about an hour on my system builder's tech support line today attempting to get Windows' text-mode Setup to detect my array -- no joy. By the end of our call, the tech was finally convinced that everything I said was true, plus he didn't have any new ideas that caused a great breakthrough.

Here's the deal: my CMOS settings appear to be configured OK. The NVRAID controller is enabled for SATA1 & SATA2. My 2 WD740GD drives are identical model name+firmware and plugged into the SATA1 & SATA2 ports (the "bottom row" of the black SATA bank -- guess the red bank must be the Si RAID chip). The array is marked as "Healthy" and bootable. So everything should be good to go, but Windows Setup will not play nice with my drivers.

Currently I am running WD Data Lifeguard tools on my drives at the request of my system builder; the first drive checked out OK; if the second one is OK then I'll move on to the possibility that some other piece of hardware is messed up, and if that doesn't work out... I'm not sure what I'll do.

I've tried just about every way to make that driver diskette (the one you insert after pressing F6), from copying the files from either my Asus CD or a driver CD that shipped with my system, to running Makedisk.exe, and I've even gotten the nForce 6.53 download & extracted it on a different PC, stealing the files in its RAID driver directory. I'm pretty pessimistic at this point that any driver I get will work, just because I've seen so many fail.

I do know that one should load both drivers (the one titled "RAID" and the one titled "NFORCE"), but I have tried them both seperately, just to see what happens. Whenever the NFORCE one is loaded, Setup says it 'did not detect any hard drives, Setup cannot continue, press F3 to quit'. If I load just the RAID driver, Setup will continue, but it lists two physical drives instead of the array.

I'll see how the HD testing goes; perhaps I should wish for a hardware problem at this point... I think I will also ask my support team to zip up & e-mail me the contents of one of their working driver diskettes, just so I can be certain I have an OK set.

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Edited: Mar 22, 2005, 10:28pm EST

 
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I am actually having the same problem that you are James Dean. I can't get any games runnin on SLI with my Asus Extreme n6800's. I can get each one to run fine, but any 3d game rendering will lock up the comp and i have to hard reset it. I called Asus but they told me that they'd call me back in the next week sometime. If anyone knows if it's software or if we will have to RMA our cards please fill us in. Thanks!

amd 64 939 3500+ Winchester @ 2.71
Asus A8n-Sli Deluxe BIOS 1006
4x512 PC4000 Kingston Hyper x
2xAsus Extreme n6800 256 Pci-E
2x36Gig WD Raptor 10k on Raid 0
Ultra X-Connect 500 Powersupply
ThermalTake Xaser 5 Case
Windows XP Pro SP1

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Edited: Mar 22, 2005, 09:54pm EST

 
>> Re: Asus A8N-SLI FAQ
Pat Hayes:

I did what you told me to do
ran the makedisk.exe file to create a driver disc
installed windows just fine
everything works now

thanks.

prolix =(
you did what i did but didn't work?

are you using the on board raid controlers?
not the silicon controler correct?
i used sata 1 and 2 (nivida on board raid).it worked for me..

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Edited: Mar 23, 2005, 12:40am EST

 
>> Re: Asus A8N-SLI FAQ
Prolix

I've tried just about every way to make that driver diskette (the one you insert after pressing F6),
>>>A couple of questions?
>>>After you install the two drivers at the S prompt, do you leave your diskette in to be accessed a second time and till the windows setup red reboot prompt?
>>>After the reboot, do you enter the BIOS and make the HD the first boot device, then save and exit?
>>>A simple yes or no will do, thanks.

Mike :)

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>> Re: Asus A8N-SLI FAQ
James Dean

I have read many of the posts on this forum and thank everyone who participated very much. I cannot get SLI to work but i do have 3 monitors up and running. To debug the SLI problem, I went into SINGLE mode and i tried to put ONE CARD IN AT A TIME and discovered that one of the 6600GT cards would prevent the PC from booting if placed in the secondary PCIx16 slot (similar to "Anthony" 's problem on page 1 of this FAQ). The PC boots fine if that card is placed in the primary PCIx16 slot. As for the other card, the PC works fine regardless of which PCIx16 slot i put it in. SO right now i have both cards in there, i have the "semi-problematic" 6600GT in the secondary slot and the fully functional card in the primary, and i have full functionality (multi-monitor) except for SLI. When i try to run a game (Far cry, prince of persia etc) with SLI in this config, the screen goes blank and stays blank, and i am not able to re-enter windows, i have to do a hard reboot. Why is the SLI not working? Do i have a bad video card?
>>>SLI is sensitive like RAID, if you know RAID then you'll understand that once you setup such a system, you cannot swap connectors or fix faults that happened in their original positions by swapping drives to other SATA ports, etc....
I guess what I'm trying to tell you is to treat your problem with repairs as one would do with RAID, clearing BIOS, Reg Cleaning, no extended monitor modes, primary monitor on the proper SLI DVI connector, reflash BIOS with same from that computer although they were flashed from the manufacturer. I could go on all night but I wont.
If both your cards are working then there is a high probabilty that your settings have caused this issue. I had the same problems with my Ultra's "10 FOE" and still managed to get my cards to work perfectly.

Mike :)




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