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sasi karan May 20, 2005, 06:32am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Re: Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe FAQ

Hi guys.

I have problem with boooting from floppy.everytime it boots the screen shows letters like a mess on the screen WHY!!. eventhough i manage to get into flash tool there is no option to say "NO" to save it to BIOS? if i press Esc or 'N' it goes , there is no such a file . but in the flash menu it shows 1008.bin to be flashed. the problem occurs whenever i press NO to save to BIOS. if i press YES it trying to save and says not enough space to save the file. how to get through this......hope someone have answer for this.

Thanks in advance.


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David L May 20, 2005, 06:43am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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My computer has an A8N-SLI Deluxe motherboard and was working fine until i loaded new bios (v 1008) into it - from v1002 which it came with. (followed the bios update instructions from the manual - the floppy disc installation process) the bios said 100% complete, "remove floppy disc from drive and hit f3". which i did. However when the computer went to reboot, the screen went black and a 2 second beep every 5 seconds occured. This is replayed continuously.

I reset the bios jumper and removed the battery over night and replaced battery and jumper position in the morning. However the same problem occured. - no signal from the screen, and a 2 second beep every 5 seconds occurs from the onboard speaker which is replayed continously.

i have no idea what has gone wrong as the computer was working fine before i updated the new bios.

Can any one help please,

David L

AMD 64 3000+
XFX 128MB 6600GT
2x 512MB 400 DDR
200GB Maxtor S-ATA
500W P/S
NEC 5320 - i think

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Asus A8n Sli Deluxe (Bios 1007) All On Auto voltage
Amd 3000+ Winchester (FSB 260x9 @ 2.3ghz)
Thermal Take Armour (4xCase Fans + Modded Roof)
Cosair 1024 TwinXms Ram 3200C2PT (2x512) 2.5 3-3-6 T2 @204Mhz
MSI Gforce6600Gt (525mhz 1.19ghz)
DMaxtor 10 Sata 160Gb x2 (Raid 0)
LG Burner
Asus 16x DVD
CPU Temp (Idle@33oC Full@46oC)

David L

I had exactly the same problem when i flashed the bios from 1002 to 1007. all i can remember was that the screen was black and i had the bleeps. I removed the MB Battery and waited a few minutes then when i replaced it it worked fine.U say that you have done this,have you replaced the jummper for resetting the bios in the correct position.


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Hi David

i need some guide to flash the bios with 1008.bin. is that the right command "awdflash 1008.bin" or "awdflash A8NSD008.BIN"....you knw where i can find the 'How to flash bios guide'


Here are some beep codes for the Award BIOS that I found. Maybe you can match to the particular beeping you are hearing: (see the last one, continuous beeping=memory problem. Make sure your memory is in the blue slots, not a black and blue and not the blacks just one stick in each blue slot).


XXXXXXXXXX 1 Long, then 2 Short Beeps: Video error XXXXXXXXXX

Explanation: The BIOS is unable to access the video system in order to write any error messages to the screen.

Diagnosis: This is usually caused by a problem with the video card, or the memory on the video card. It can also be a motherboard issue.

Recommendation:

* Troubleshoot the video card.
* If the video card is not at fault, troubleshoot the motherboard.


XXXXXXXXXX 1 Long, then 3 Short Beeps: Video error XXXXXXXXXX

Explanation: The BIOS is unable to access the video system in order to write any error messages to the screen.

Diagnosis: This is usually caused by a problem with the video card, or the memory on the video card. It can also be a motherboard issue.

Recommendation:

* Troubleshoot the video card.
* If the video card is not at fault, troubleshoot the motherboard.

XXXXXXX Continuous Beeping: Memory or video problem XXXXXXXXXX

Explanation: The system is producing constant beeping in no specific pattern, or a fast "ringing" sound.

Diagnosis: This is usually caused by a problem with the system memory, or possibly the video card. The memory is more likely--the system complains long and loud if it can't find any usable memory, as there is no way to even start the boot process when this is the case. The motherboard itself could also be the problem.

Recommendation:

* Troubleshoot the system memory.
* Troubleshoot the video card.
* Troubleshoot the motherboard.


XXXXXXXX Other Beep Codes XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

Explanation: You have encountered an Award BIOS beep code I do not have documented.

Diagnosis: Award says that any beep patterns other than "one long followed by two short" are likely problems with the system memory. However, of late they have started adding other beep codes to their systems as well.

Recommendation:

* If you have recently flashed the system BIOS on this machine and corrupted the BIOS, and the system supports the boot block feature, the beeps may be codes communicating the status of the system as it tries to recover from the failed flash procedure. This is especially likely if the floppy drive is accessed very early in the boot process.
* Contact the vendor of the system or motherboard. They often have more specific information on beep codes.
* Troubleshoot as an apparent memory problem.
* Troubleshoot as an apparent motherboard problem.

compliment to Merc...

4Qman May 20, 2005, 07:27am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Edited: May 20, 2005, 07:32am EDT

 
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Asus A8n Sli Deluxe (Bios 1007) All On Auto voltage
Amd 3000+ Winchester (FSB 260x9 @ 2.3ghz)
Thermal Take Armour (4xCase Fans + Modded Roof)
Cosair 1024 TwinXms Ram 3200C2PT (2x512) 2.5 3-3-6 T2 @213Mhz
MSI Gforce6600Gt (525mhz 1.19ghz)
DMaxtor 10 Sata 160Gb x2 (Raid 0)
LG Burner
Asus 16x DVD
CPU Temp (Idle@33oC Full@46oC)

When you flash the bios you need to write the whole file name "awdflash a8n000.bin for example" its looking for the file but you say it completed the flash.

my mistake i didnt check the poster, thanks for the error codes.

Flashing the bios is simple but id stick with the offical releases unless you are sure otherwise.

My system is fine now it worked after i replaced the battery.

sasi karan May 20, 2005, 08:07am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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thanks 4Qman .i just want to make sure . what i was doing wrong is typing as exacly in sanders guide.(awdflash 1008.bin) which not worked.

J Ordski May 20, 2005, 08:15am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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My PC runs fine sometimes, plagued with BSOD at others. My Mushkin memory runs fin through MemTest,
but may be the problem.

Any thoughts on the cheapest DDR that runs OK on an Asus a8n-sli deluxe?

4Qman May 20, 2005, 08:17am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Asus A8n Sli Deluxe (Bios 1007)
Amd 3000+ Winchester (FSB 250x9 @ 2.25ghz)
Tagan 480w Silent PSU
Thermal Take Armour (4xCase Fans + Modded Roof)
Cosair 1024 TwinXms Ram 3200C2PT (2x512) 2.5 3-3-6 T1 @204mhz
MSI Gforce 6600Gt (525mhz 1.19ghz)
DMaxtor 10 Sata 160Gb x2 (Raid 0)
LG Burner 4136B
Asus 16x DVD
Cpu 1.475v Ram 2.7v
CPU Temp (Idle@33oC Full@49oC)

Your flashing it with 1008, could you let me know what you think of the bios release. I take it you plan on overclocking your system yes. just send me your results

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Asus A8n Sli Deluxe (Bios 1007)
Amd 3000+ Winchester (FSB 250x9 @ 2.25ghz)
Tagan 480w Silent PSU
Thermal Take Armour (4xCase Fans + Modded Roof)
Cosair 1024 TwinXms Ram 3200C2PT (2x512) 2.5 3-3-6 T1 @204mhz
MSI Gforce 6600Gt (525mhz 1.19ghz)
DMaxtor 10 Sata 160Gb x2 (Raid 0)
LG Burner 4136B
Asus 16x DVD
Cpu 1.475v Ram 2.7v
CPU Temp (Idle@33oC Full@49oC)

When you say your getting problems with it have you overclocked it. Im not the man to ask about timings as PCGEEK will tell you. You could change the timings or wait and im sure I-G or PCGEEK will have some to recommend. Id get some decent RAM then you can make the most of overclocking it.

Merc May 20, 2005, 08:37am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Gentlemen-
I would suggest that you use the Flash tool that is available on the CD that comes w/ your motherboard (under utilities). Download (from Asus site) new BIOS to your desktop, unzip to a Floppy, open flash tool and tell it to flash from the floppy. The utility will do all the work, verify that the BIOS code is good and then reboot for you. Of course you must go in and reset all your values in BIOS after flashing.

Merc
Modified Lian Li PC 7077A
Dual Watercooling Loops
Asus P5K Deluxe BIOS 0404
Core 2 Duo Q6600 (3600MHz@1.46v)
Max OC 4050MhHz at 1.65v
1 x XFX 8800GTX XXX Watercooled
2 GB Team Xtreme DDR2 800-PC6400
2 x 150gb WD in Raptors in RAID 0
1 x 640
Jackson Hacker May 20, 2005, 04:22pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Hey Gary,

I have experienced the same problems as you; with the video blacking out and computer reseting without video and the video won't come back on until you physically turn off and on the power switch. I also noticed our similarities between computer setup:

Asus Deluxe motherboard
1xBFG GeForce 6800GT OC (also not using SLI)
using WHQL ForceWare 71.89 drivers
Kingston PC3200 (3x512)
Windows XP Pro

My video works fine under normal desktop and semi-intensive use. Under heavy gaming or intense graphical environments it has the characteristics as described above. I've tried numerous different setups without success. Ultimately I came to one conclusion. Check out how hot the gpu core is just before the video blacks out using nvidia's temperature monitor panel; mine was reading in excess of 88C. It sounds like a heating issue to me, or at least thats what mine was. Contact BFG and ask for a replacement- these cards have a lifetime warrenty on them.

Hope this works ;)
Jackson

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Hi,

Firstly, I'd really like to apologise if any of my problems have already been covered but 144 pages is a lot to go through and I couldnt find anywhere to search just this thread, if anyone knows where abouts they have seen the answer already just shout :)

I'm not certain if all these problems are related to the board but hopefully you can point me in the right direction if not.
As will probably show, I'm not a big computer wizz but I can hopefully pick stuff up fast

Specs:
A8N-SLi deluxe
Athlon 64 3500+ (winchester or something I think)
1gig (2*512) corsair ddr400 and 2*256 nanya ddr333 (1.5 gig in total, no idea if there is a compatability problem here..)
(2*)GeForce 6800GT 256mb (PCI-Express)
Antec NeoPower 480W
160gig Western Digital S-ATA
120gig and an 80gig standard IDE HDD
1*DVD writer
1*CD writer
1*FDD

1) My chipset fan has recently started grinding really badly. It doesnt do it all the time but I havent been able to isolate any reason for it. Possibly heat build up after the system has been running a while but I'm not sure. Its not a major problem as it still seems to be keeping the chip cool enough but it is VERY annoying bordering on infuriating.

2) When I bought the board I bought it with 2 GeForce 6800GT 256mb PCI-Express to run in SLi config. Initially I set it up with them both, the bridge on, card selector to dual and EZ Plug installed. Started up Lock-On:Modern Air Combat to check it out and got an area of what looked like an electrical fuzz just in the centre of the screen surrounding any clouds in the area. Tried it in a number of other games and applications and it only appears intermittantly, but mainly in the centre of the monitor. I decided to try running just the one graphics card. The problem dissappeared so I left it at that, its only a 300 quid card sitting unused in my cupboard right? heh. Recently however I've noticed the problem has reappeared, still just the one card in there, no change to the specs and it appears whenever I have an MSN messenger window open most notably but also in other applications again. I thought maybe it was a power supply problem as it looked like electrical fuzz but I'm no expert. I could probably get a picture of it if you dont understand what I mean.

Thanks for any help in advance

hummer

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Hummer-
First ditch the 333MHZ RAM. It is dragging down that expensive Corsair RAM and screwing up your rig. 1 GB of the Corsair you are using is plenty for gaming. Put the Corsair in the blue sockets (A1 B1 ), go into BIOS and set the DRAM at 400DDR and timings at CAS 2.5, tRCD 3 tRP 3 and tRAS 6 1T timing and the rest at auto and reboot.

Next check your GPU temperatures on the Nvidia utility when you start seeing the problem, it may be heat related. Anything above 75c will artifact (and 75c ain't good) . The problem you are describing sounds like excessive heat generated artifacts. SLI would compound the problem (2 GPUs twice the exhaust heat). Let us know what the temps are at load when you see the spots.

Merc
Modified Lian Li PC 7077A
Dual Watercooling Loops
Asus P5K Deluxe BIOS 0404
Core 2 Duo Q6600 (3600MHz@1.46v)
Max OC 4050MhHz at 1.65v
1 x XFX 8800GTX XXX Watercooled
2 GB Team Xtreme DDR2 800-PC6400
2 x 150gb WD in Raptors in RAID 0
1 x 640
sasi karan May 20, 2005, 08:12pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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this is frustating
my screen is blury and couldnt see a thing any help? and sometimes it doesnt even boot after clearing CMOS. mange to flash 1007 only once. if i clear the CMOS do i have to reflash the bios? tried changing graphic card and memory to different slots same probelems. everything happened after flashing 1007. because the screen is blury i may did somethig wrong? i have another spare 512 cosair can i use that? the screen is blury and cant see some of the letters of the display.

please help...merc anyone?

using one 6800gt
venice 3800
cosair 512 C2PT in B1....

Merc May 20, 2005, 09:19pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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this is frustating
my screen is blury and couldnt see a thing any help? and sometimes it doesnt even boot after clearing CMOS. mange to flash 1007 only once. if i clear the CMOS do i have to reflash the bios?

>>>Clearing the CMOS you should only have to reset the 1st page of BIOS.(time date location and HDD SMART monitor -ENABLED. The rest of the settinmgs should remain as they were.
tried changing graphic card and memory to different slots same probelems. everything happened after flashing 1007.

>>>>1007 was a good BIOS so I don't think that is the issue. Anyways, moving the cards around isn't the way to go. ARE YOU SURE THAT THE BIOS LOADED CORRECTLY? DID YOU USE THE ASUS FLASH UTILITY?

>>>>I think your troubleshooting is causing more trouble than it is fixing . Time to start at the beginning. Assuming you are confident that Windows is loaded well and is healthy, try the following:

1. Go ahead and put both Corsair DIMMs in (as long as you are sure that they are both good) and set your DRAM in BIOS to: manual/ 400-DDR/ CAS= 2.5/ tRP=3/ tRCD=3/ tRAS=6 and 1T. All other RAM settings at Auto.
2. Set as many items in BIOS to auto as you can, especially your CPU settings and PCI setttings. You can tweak and play after system is stable.
3. Single 6800 GT goes in blue PCIe slot only. Moving it to the other slot only screws things up. Stick with one card for now (as long as you are sure the card is good) and make sure the SLI Card is set for single card and is seated properly (easy to seat wrong). Make sure BIOS reads appropriately for one card (normal I believe). Make sure it is seated in the slot correctly and the power connector is installed. remove the EZ plug power for now.
4. Remove (run windows add/remove) all Nvidia drivers (except the RAID if you're running RAID) run Driver Cleaner 1.1 (carefully, follow the instructions. Search in google for it ) and then upload the latest drivers (Nforce 4=6.53 and Nview=71.89).

Merc
Modified Lian Li PC 7077A
Dual Watercooling Loops
Asus P5K Deluxe BIOS 0404
Core 2 Duo Q6600 (3600MHz@1.46v)
Max OC 4050MhHz at 1.65v
1 x XFX 8800GTX XXX Watercooled
2 GB Team Xtreme DDR2 800-PC6400
2 x 150gb WD in Raptors in RAID 0
1 x 640
David L May 21, 2005, 06:16am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Re: Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe FAQ
sasi karan and 4Qman

for the floppy boot bios procedure i typed in awdflash.exe, then A8N-SLI.BIN

i followed the motherboard instruction manual.... start your pc with a bootable floppy disc. you swop to a seperate floppy disc with the flash tool and bios file on it (you should have already created this inside windows to start with). then type in awdflash.exe and then follow the on screen instructions. where it says enter file name, type in the file name including .bin (so if the bios file is called A8N-SLI.BIN), type A8N-SLI.BIN

hope it helps you

Joseph Gloria May 21, 2005, 09:26pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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HELP!!!

A8N-SLI Deluxe
AMD 64 3200
2 512MB PATRIOT 3200+XBL
2 74GB RAPTORS in RAID 0
1 ASUS EN6600 GT/TOP
Plextor 716SA in SilSata
Vantec 520w stealth aluminum PS (new) RMA'ed xConnect 500w PS
NO OC

Ive had no problems with my rig untill this morning.. I played world of warcraft for couple of hours and turned PC off.. after a couple of hours i turned it back on and nothing happens...pc turns on (lights and fans) but no display, not even the asus logo (where you push delete to go to BIOS) I though it was a psu prob... so I got a new 520 w antec aluminum psu.. and still the same... ctrl+alt+del doesnt do anything, checked monitor on another pc and it works... made sure everything is seated right... vga, cables and everything.. I dont know what else to do.. suggestions are greatly appreciated....is this a MOBO or VGA gone bad??? help pls.

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Just want to let some people I promised to help know, that I'm a little tied-up right now and that I didn't forget. First chance I get I'll be back.

Mike :)
http://pcchill.com/

Joseph Gloria May 22, 2005, 01:09am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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yay! never mind my previous post... i found solution to my problem on page 6! and it worked.. I just took cmos battery out, vga out, and boot.. wait for beeps, replace battery, vga and power on.. re-configure BIOS settings and VOILA! tnx to sanders...

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Thanks to this forum that I have my system running with only 1 problems. Followed it and the only problem I had was after I flashed my bios to the latest version I had no video. I just removed the cmos battery and had my video back. Now waiting for next 6800 ultra.

system
A8N-SLI Deluxe
3500 winchester
1gb corsair twin-x 3200C2
1evga 6800 ultra
1raptor hard drive
plextor cd-rw
sony dual layer dvd burner/player
soundblaster audigy2 zs
XP-120 thermalright cpu cooler
pc power and cooling sli power supply
antec P160 case


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