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david cole Mar 31, 2005, 12:19am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Progress report and a couple of questions:

My previous post noted that when I got XP installed, it had called the RAID-0 boot Raptors the D:\ drive, and the 300GB data drive the C:\. Replies all confirmed I needed to reformat/reinstall to get naming correct.

Disconnected the data drive from the NVidia controller to get the reinstall of XP to rename the boot RAID drive c:\. When I tried to do this, XP did not recognize the RAID unit and I aborted the install. So I figured I had better remove battery to reset BIOS before continuing. Never could get ahold of that rascal with my big fingers back buried among the wires. So I left unit down cold for awhile. There must be some simple trick to getting the battery out, but I didn't succeed, and manual has no help.

Anyway, after about two hours I tried again, and XP now recognized the RAID unit, and installed sucessfully on the (now) C:\. Today I fired it up with the data drive re-connected, and it is recognized now as F:\. That is fine. The two CD units are D: and E: in the list as of now.

My biggest current problem is I cannot get XP to recognize the two unformatted 300GB Seagate drives mounted on the Silicon Image controller so I can format them. I have tried with both the Sil3114 controller enabled and not enabled. Note I want them as independent disks, not in any raid set. The Sil user-manual says the disks should act as independent drives if not assigned to a raid set. But, if XP does not recognize them, it can't format or use them. Any words of wisdom will certainly be welcome on the drive problem, and best way to get battery out (I will need this someday if not sooner).

MB running about 45 degrees, CPU 48 to 53 degrees with side of case open during my tinkering (not ready for serious duty yet).

A8N SLI Deluxe
AMD FX55
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 RAID 0 boot disk on nVidia controller
One non-raid Seagate 300GB SATA for data on nVidia controller
Two non-raid Seagate 300GB SATA for data on the Sil3114 controller
One (for now - maybe forever) eVGA 6800 Ultra PCI-E video card
Two NEC 3520a DVD drives
Sony floppy drive
23" LCD wide screen moniter
Will use onboard sound for now as I spent all I can at this time

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,
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jdr Mar 31, 2005, 12:30am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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dc:

With the exception of your system drive, you can change your drive letters around easily. Admin Tools > Comp. Mgmt > Disk Management. Right click around in there and you'll see the options. This is also where you can format dirves.

Are your 300 GB drives recognized in the auto detection at boot? Do they show up in Disk Management?

Also your temps seem a little high, but that may be because your case is open.

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jdr
Thanks for responding.
>>Are your 300 GB drives recognized in the auto detection at boot? << The system passes thru this so fast I can not hardly read anything displayed. I have on occasion seen a message about an invalid device, but it may not be referring to the HDDs. If I force it into the Sil RAID setup at boot time, it shows the drives but wants me to assign them to one of the RAID types - which I do not want.

>>Do they show up in Disk Management?<< No. I have seen no indication that XP knows they exist. I asked XP to scan for additional drives, but it still gave no indication it found them.

I can't format them til they "appear". In the XP install, it only sought one file for the Sil install. The nVidia had required two files. I will try installing the Sil3114 drivers again.

If temps seem high now, I may be hurting when I bring unit back to the office area and close the case. The current location is coolest spot in house and the work-table is just below an AC outlet.. Office runs about 5 degrees warmer.

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,
Dave Ballantyne Mar 31, 2005, 07:09am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Ive Said it before ... i think i can say it again :-)

I seem to be stable with my non-deluxe board.
Asus have released a new Manual which specifes that the PCI-Ex Molex plug MUST be used. The old one said use only if two cards are connected.

Time will tell i suppose.


Dave

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I have a 939 pin proc (3000+) on my mobo and I've noticed that the Ai Booster has never actually reaches 2000MHz FSB. To begin with it was only clocking at 1600 (the benchmark speed of the 754pin), but last night I had to do a restore back to the day before last. The only thing I had changed was installed Spybot (the reason i had to restore) and some cosmetic changes to windows.

Now Ai Booster is telling me its clocking at 800MHz FSB. >< I've actually seen a small drop in performance while "working" in some games. I tweaked it up with the NOS feature (still too newb to play with the BIOS) but it had no effect.... still 1808.46MHz at 800MHz FSB

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Oh another thing, and this might have to do more with my graphic card then my mobo. Sometimes, I get like really minimal white static on my display, it goes away after a min or two, but its really annoying. Any ideas?

Gerrard Shaw Mar 31, 2005, 08:32am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Edited: Mar 31, 2005, 08:36am EST

 
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Hey guys I have problems with my A8N-SLi Deluexe board on bootup - I started another thread for it (A8N SLi hangs on RAID setup) but thought this was a better place to post...

After reading various posts about PSU problems I disconnected all the extra equipment e.g. fans, DVD drives etc and just tried to boot from a floppy disk - voila no porblems so I slowly started putting everything back once the bootup went a bit funny but now I have it constantly booting everything seemed to be OK.

BUT... problem was that I corrupted my Windows XP install during all the funny-business and so I needed to boot from the setup CD to repair it. I put the CD in the drive booted up the Windows XP setup blue screen starts and the drivers start loading but then once it gets to Intel IDE Bus driver the IDE activity light on the case stays on a 2 seconds or so then the CD drive stops reading and the system locks up. I have tried 2 XP CDs and one Windows 2000 none will boot so again the NVidia IDE controller chip looks dodgy. I tried to make a driver disk with the .inf files from the support CD and press F6 to use third party drivers but Windows setup just ignores me pressing F6 at the start (does it detect if you need the extra drivers?)

I have tried the following to get things running without success: -

- reflashed the BIOS with the file on the support CD (I can't get on the Internet of a day from home so that file had to do for testing)
- disconnected everything but the CD drive to try the boot - same results as before

Oh and by the way I still get the "primary IDE no 80 conductor cable" at bootup even though I changed the cables 3 times brand new cables and now sometimes it even comes up when there's no cable in the primary IDE slot?!

I'm getting a bit fed up with this board now it's brand new only been used for about 3-4 days yet it appears to have broken already - I still find it odd how PSU issues would take so long to appear it's just like that controller chip has some corruption on suomething - flashing the BIOS doesn't affect it does it?

AMD Athlon 64 3500+
1GB Corsair Valueram in blue slots (why won't it work dual channel?)
20GB IDE HDD for testing
Gigabyte Geforce 6600GT
Asus A8N-SLi Deluxe mobo
NEC DVD-RW
LG DVD-ROM
400w PSU (12V @ 18A) with iCute gaming case containing 3 LED fans
Super Flower Fan Master

Mikael Laakkonen Mar 31, 2005, 09:34am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Unfortunately I did not run into this great FAQ before, now I've already ordered myself a new system containing the following components:

Case: Thermaltake SHARK VA7000BWA
Power Supply: Aspire ATX-AS500W 3 Fan Aluminium Black 520W ATX
Motherboard: Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe
CPU: AMD Athlon64 Winchester 90nm 3500+ with Zalman 7000B-CU Cooler
RAM: 2 x Corsair CMX512-3200XL Pro With Activity Leds (1024 MB)
Graphic card: Asus Extreme GeForce N6800GT 256Mb DDR3 SLI-Ready
Storage: Western Digital Raptor WS740GD 10000rpm 8Mb Cache S-ATA
Optical Storage: LG GSA-4163 Dual Layer DVD -R/RW +R/RW /RAM
Floppy: Sony Standard 1.44Mb 3,5" Floppy

The biggest concern seems to be the power supply that I intend to use. Has anyone here used the "Aspire ATX-AS500W 3 Fan Aluminium Black 520W ATX" power supply on similair system? And what was/is the outcome.

Jim Spencer Mar 31, 2005, 10:13am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Edited: Mar 31, 2005, 10:16am EST

 
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I too have just found this thread after purchasing my equipment (extremely informative thread!) which I received yesterday evening, consisting of this motherboard, an AMD64 3500+ and an Asus N6600GT gfx card, I am using some of my old kit (IDE dvd-rom and IDE hdd) however my main concern is the PSU I have, found here: [url]http://www.qtec.info/products/product.htm?artnr=13025&specs=1[/url]

My problem is that even if I had all the components disconnected leaving just the 'board, processor and gfx card my monitor doesn't power on, and if it does it's only for 2 seconds I don't see anything and then goes off. The green power LED on the 'board comes on, I'm yet to get the red warning LED, thankfully. Another thing I have noticed is if I have my dvd-rom connected to power and IDE ribbon it won't open, however disconnect the IDE ribbon and leave the power it will open!
My main concern is when I was reading through the manual when I was setting up is the 24-pin power connection as opposed to the usual 20-pin, people are saying 20-pin ATX supplies work, but I think this is my problem, I've ordered a 20-pin to 24-pin convertor which arrives tomorrow.

One of my worries is that when I finally do get something on the monitor I will run into all these other probs!

Any suggestions?

Edited to say: the 2 fans on the PSU, CPU, mobo and gfx card all power up fine.


Francois Tremblay Mar 31, 2005, 10:36am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Has anyone heard anything from the post below. Myslef and several others on the nvidia forum http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=3283 are having the same issue and desperately looking for answers. None of us have had any reply's from Asus to date.

Thanks

Demo

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To Everyone who's having the problem of random white lines on the lower half of the screen in SLI Mode....

I have been hounding ASUS to look into this problem for awhile and last friday (it's monday now) their techs got the parts to re-create my problem (A8N-SLI Deluxe and 2 EN6800's <--plain not GT or Ultra)

I spoke to them again today and sure enough they found the same problem so apparently there is a compatibility issue between Asus' Mobo and their own Vid Cards (hmmm?)

They said they are working on a fix and it should be a couple of days from now (which we all know means a month in the real world)

I'll post here when I hear anything
Brian

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Avi Flombaum: I used to get errors like that when hard drives started to go bad. Though it could possibly be a power issue (drives not powering on quickly/correctly) or a BIOS (funky nvidia RAID) issue. Try resetting/reflashing your BIOS. I don't know how good the OCS 520 is. Static could be interference from something electrical, like hair dryer ....

Gerrard Shaw: Odd one. Did you try resetting (not just reflashing) your BIOS?

Jim Spencer: I had a similar problem with BIOS 1002 (comes with board). I had to reset the BIOS to get video to display on my flatscreen monitor. Once I went to BIOS 1006, the problem went away.


Check out your manual for instructions on how to reset your BIOS (and if you have trouble with the battery, just push down one side and play with it a bit, it'll pop out).

Gerrard Shaw Mar 31, 2005, 12:37pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Yeah I did reset it a few times didn't do anything - I just paused the bootup very early in the process and saw the following which might be of use...

A8N SLi Deluxe ACPI BIOS 1001-016

... not sure if it will affect the IDE BIOS ROM - does anyone know?

Is that the original (apparently very bugged) BIOS - I'll have a look to see if a newer BIOS revision helps...

btw: for those unsure if their RAM is working dual channel it's just that unless you have very quick eyes the line that tells you disappears very quickly after you turn on...

It says it just after the BIOS and chipset version info. Mine said Memory: DDR 400 Dual Channel 128bit

Just thought that might be useful to someone :)

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Thanks for the info, my motherboard is the standard A8N-SLi rather than the Deluxe though. I'm hoping that my problem is solved with the convertor I've bought, if not I'll buy a 24-pin PSU that's recommended, then if it doesn't work who knows :|

I've tried removing the battery and resetting the jumpers but it didn't seem to work, everything is brand new - if I was to remove the heatsink to remove the CPU will I still be able to use the thermal compound on it? The only stuff I can get hold of is pretty useless - unless a heatsink from a 3000+ 754 socket will fit as I still have one of those packaged up.

Cheers

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Just reflashed the BIOS to version 1006 entered all settings as described in the FAQ but still the same problems when booting from the XP CD :(

It just hangs at the point...

Setup is loading files (Intel IDE BUS driver)...

I didn't need to install extra drivers at the start before so what's changed? Even if I did setup just seems to ignore me when I press F6 even if I have made a 32bit NVidia support disk from the motherboard CD.

I've also tried WIndows 2000 Professional and 2000 Server but they won't boot either - I get the error...

file \i386\ntkrnlmp could not be loaded.
The error code is 4

Setup cannot continue. Press any key to exit.

So I can't get any OS on there dunno about Windows 98 but I have data on NTFS drives that I want to keep (Doom 3 savegames are data aren't they :) )

What do I do now? Even if I RMA the board without rebuilding the system it doesn't look dead indeed if I hadn't corrupted XP I wouldn't know about this problem - any ideas?

btw: ignore the bit about RAM on my last post - memory info goes on a normal screen that shows up well on the 1006 BIOS :)

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Jim Spencer: I'd still clear the BIOS even if you can't update it. I don't think it's a PSU problem -- unless you shorted out your mobo by putting the 20 pin connector into the wrong 20 pins (Not positive you can do that, but read somewhere that someone did). don't think the 20-24 pin convertor will make any difference (though who knows!). Good luck.


Gerrard Shaw: Hitting F6 doesn't make it want to load drivers right away. An opportunity to do that comes up later in the install process (apparently after your computer freezes). The links in the chain are install CD (rules out), BIOS (ruled out), bad cable (ruled out), bad HD, bad mobo, or factor X.

Have you tried different HDs? Can you try IDE2? Can you try a SATA drive? Could your corrupted XP install be causing a problem (or are you not using that HD?). Can you try using that HD in a different computer?

It's weird that your BIOS was such an old version, and that you get that 80 pin cable warning -- maybe your mobo really has gone bad.

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Hi,
So continues my overheating GPU-2 saga (see my post on page 98). Found that GPU-2 on its own is still running super hot (+100c). GPU-1 on its own, however, is running fine (~50c). My conclusion, GPU-2 is faulty. If anyone has any other ideas/things to try, please let me know. Below is an explanation of my testing process.

I did as mike suggested (page 98): I tested GPU 2 on its own. Once I booted I got a CMOS error, and then the mobo loaded the bios defaults; it took a few reboots to actually get into the setup to re-enable NVRAID.

To test the now solo GPU-2, I again used 3DMark05. It only ran the first test before the NVidia drivers intervened: got an error informing me that the GPU had been slowed down to prevent overheating (check the temp, it seem to max at ~120-125c). After 5 minutes, GPU 2 still sits blazing hot at 100c (open case).

I then tested GPU-1: Core temperature at boot was 45c. After 1 round of 3DMark05, the core temp was only 51c. Just out of interest, the 3DMark05 result for a single GPU was 3913... that is with NVidia 71.84 video drivers.
Marcos

Marcos

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Gerrard Shaw,
Have you noticed and peculiar activity with your CD-ROM/DVD-ROM drive when it is loading the Intel IDE driver? I was having all kinds of trouble installing windows on my machine and I finally figured out it was a problem my DVD drive was having with the MOBO. I tried three different drives which all worked on another machine and they would all hang whilie installing windows.
When the install would hang the light on the drive would stop blinking and just stay lit (like when you have your floppy cable in upside down). This, by the way was in the portion of the install before the first restart (blue screen). At the time I had been having problems with the mobo recognizing the correct amount of memory (I had a 1GB stick and the bios said I had 2048) so I went to the store and bought two corsair 512s.

When I swapped these in the install process magically got all the way through the blue screen and restarted the computer. Then the install hung when the nice XP GUI showed there was 39 min. approximately left in the install. I started swapping in new drives again including a sony DVD player that I had just bought. They all hung at the same place (39 min. remaining). The sony drive even began to make evil sounds like the laser was stuck (I swapped it into another system and it did the same thing).

All this time I had been noticing that the DVD light would go on and stop blinking when there was a problem. I had a generic $20 DVD drive in at one point and when it hung I gave it a little smack on the top out of frustration (it was out of the case). Voila, it started blinking again and the install process moved forward. Whenever I noticed it stop blinking a light up for more than a few seconds I gave it a few little taps on the bottom and it would start going again. Long story short windows XP installed. I'm not reccomending banging on your drives but I just thought you oughta know that I was getting some weird DVD behavior from this mobo and was able to sort of fix it.

I ended up returning the Sony DVD player and getting a new one. As soon as I hook it up I ran Nero drive test on it and it topped out around 12x (its supposed to be 16x but I don't think that number really means anything). It got through the HL2 six disc installation no problem and I ripped a few DVDs using it. Unfortunately last week I was in the midst of ripping about 5 DVDs in a row and it started to say that it could not recognize the disk. I ran Nero drive test again and the curve was negative with an average read of about 4.75x. I don't know what is going on really but I haven't had the chance in the last week to start swapping out drives.

Hopefully this helps and if anyone can see what I'm doing wrong with my drives (besides banging on them) please let me know.

one more thing: at Mike's suggestion I ran the memtest program he reccomended on my system but it hung on step 7. Does this mean there's definetely something wrong with my RAM? They are dual Corsair 3200XLs.


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