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Russ Spry Oct 17, 2005, 01:54pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Re: Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe FAQ
Just a quick note...
Updated to Bios 1014 with zero problems. Seems to work well

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John Bowmer Oct 17, 2005, 04:27pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Re: Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe FAQ (SLI probs)
Hi am fairly new to building computers and have one very irritating problem
which basically is that I can't what ever I do get my 2 xfx Gforce 6600 GTs to run in
SLI mode and i'm tearing my hair out trying to figure out why.

The card is set to dual, the connecting bridge is on, I have the latest Nvidia drivers
which I believe are 78.03 however my motherboard bios is still 1002 i'll update this as soon as I can
need to get a floppy drive really, i've switched the cards around and its not a problem with them
and I have even cleared the CMOS

The irritating thing is that you can see both the cards under display in the control panel
and in display, settings, advanced etc is says You must remove any graphics cards that are not
compatitable with NVIDIA scalable Interface (SLI) technology before you can enable SLI.

After going through most of the forum i've discovered on page 207 that someone had similar problems
with his 6800s and managed to get a program to flash the bios on both cards and this seemed to fix it.

Not sure if I should do this but i've got no more ideas and will really appreciate any help


My Specs are

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Asus A8N-SLi-Deluxe (bios 1002)
AMD Athlon 64 3500
2x XFX Gforce 6600GTs (latest drivers on each)
1GB Corsair DDR RAM (512x2)
Tagen TG480-uo1
A Western digital 120gb hardrive
Philips DVD-ROM
Windows XP Home SP2

John Bowmer

Jonas Baltrusaitis Oct 17, 2005, 06:58pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Edited: Oct 17, 2005, 08:46pm EDT

 
>> Re: Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe FAQ
Hi everybody,

while trying to install a brand new system on Asus A8N-SLi Deluxe I ran into trouble: while copying Win XP onto Seagate Baracuda 250 gb SATA HDD it wouldn't read some files. Those files couldn't be read in random order, when hitting ENTER these files are being read, but then when system restarts and reboots following Win installation would crash at random spots with 0005: error message.

I changed cd-rom, the same problem, so I assume it's not in cd-rom, but in RAM or HDD. Corsair PC3200 DDR 400 memory (2 sticks 512 mb) are used. Also very weird thing is that memory is 1024 mb in total, but 1045 mb are detected, instead.

I tried to use only one 512 mb stick (528 detected when booting), Win XP file copying proceeded smoothly, Win XP installation proceeded smoothly, too, without any crashes or error messages. I don't get it!


Please help!

Bruce Berg Oct 17, 2005, 08:58pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Re: Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe FAQ
Sander:

Thank you, thank you; for that great write up on this board.

I did purchase the PC Power & Cooling Turbo-Cool 510 SLI, and I also purchased 4 Western Digital WD2000JS HD's so I could use the WD "secure connect" Sata cables on a 0 + 1 raid. The problem is I am now only using the nonsata molex power connectors. So the two strands of Sata power connectors are not used at all. Is this running all of the power off only part of the Power Supply and should I forget the "secure connect" which I really like? Or, is it OK?

Also, I can not get WinXP Home to accept my nvidia raid drivers at F6>S. It keeps saying, "Use motherboard mfg's disk". The raid at F10 looks good. I will follow your instructions on installing 1007 bios. I am also using the Winchester dual core 3800+. There seem to be a lot of postings on the net discribing this problem. I am hoping another bios will do the fix.

Thanks again,
Bruce

Anders Iversen Oct 18, 2005, 10:29am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Random Crash and reboot problem
Hi!

I've helped a friend built a system (wrote about it on page 215). We now have the problem that it keeps restarting on it's own, after what seems to be a random, but short amount of time in windows. At ASUS' download page they write that one should install the latest chipset drivers, before installing any BIOS newer than 012, but we had to flash the BIOS before we could install anything, so we just used the newest BIOS (014). Does anyone know if it would help to flash with an older BIOS, then reinstall the newest chipsetdrivers and then flash to the new BIOS again?

later

Todd B Oct 18, 2005, 07:45pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Hi Anders,

If you have looked at the ASUS site recently, it says for certain versions to ensure that you install the BIOS first then boot up.
I found a while back that JRE 1.5 was causing that issue.

The way I solved it sadly, was with a Format, new BIOS and build it all from scratch. None the less you should be able to solve it without formatting.
Try going into Add/Remove Programs and uninstalling all NVidia Drivers and the Network Access Manager, then flash your BIOS to the newest non beta version, boot up your PC, install the Chipset Drivers stated to go with that BIOS from the ASUS site. Make sure you are using the Chipset drivers from ASUS NOT NVidia as the NVidia ones will only make it worse.
Once youve reinstalled everything it should be fine.

If its not the Java thing above should sort it anyway.
If you can actually get into windows for long enough to do the uninstall of the Drivers or JRE boot into safemode.

Zhen-Jock Lau Oct 18, 2005, 10:26pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Re: Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe FAQ
Hello, I've solved the problem with the video not appearing. (From Page 48). Actually I solved it a few months ago and totally forgot to post back. Anyway, it was a strange problem with the video display. I had to plug in two monitors at the same time as it would always default to the wrong monitor. Got the video card changed and it worked fine ;)

Thanks for all the help though.

Bruce Berg Oct 19, 2005, 12:40am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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I solved the problem of Winxp install not taking the F6>S raid driver install. I replaced the floppy cable, and it worked. It was a good quality newer cable and should have lasted forever. Who knows???

Set up the video card and other special drivers. The A8N board really rips now. Still having some problems with bios. I had to shut down the CPU fan speed alarm and the other fan alarm. It kept giving me warnings the settings were to low at boot. Tried to set memory timings and it froze up, so I had to clear cmos and start over. The bios settings at the beginning of this thread were a big help.

Bruce



NEil Barrett Oct 19, 2005, 11:12am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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After several months of trying I finally got my mobo working

Thanks to all those who helped

NOw after 4 or 5 weeks the chipset fan has practically stopped working

I remeber seeing a few posts about this but there are so many pages to look through .. does anyone know how to get this sorted out with ASus and does anyone know .. will this do a lot of damage to anything if I keep running the PC

Thanks

Ruffy Oct 19, 2005, 01:43pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Neil, I had the same problem with the fan and so have LOTS of people. Asus is aware of it and will send you out a replacement fan. Thats what I had done but I didnt go thru asus I went thu velocitymicro because thats where I got my computer from. I'm almost positive its a non charge item since its defective.

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Edited: Oct 20, 2005, 11:00am EDT

 
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Greetings all...and thanks to everyone for posting so much info. I rarely post on forums (and never on page 216 or so!); usually just read and learn a lot but I've got a problem that's driving nuts at the moment.

It's the BSOD and HTTP.sys thing...I've tried to read everything I can about this and even tried to get through all 215+ pages of this thread but I can't seem to find *the* thing that corrects this (and perhaps there isn't one). [Edit: I should have said here that the BSOD starts with "Driver_IRQL_Not_Less_Or_Equal"; at the bottom of the screen the referenced file is typically HTTP.sys but at times is NVTcp.sys.]

So here's my setup...

I have a one week old system that consists of:
- A8N-SLI (regular not deluxe or premium)
- AMD 3000+
- 1 GB (2x512MB) Corsair memory
- eVGA 256MB GeForce 6800 video card
- Hitachi 160GB SATA-2 hard drive
- Windows Media Center Edition of XP
- Xion case with 450-watt power supply
- ViewSonic LCD 17" monitor

Everything installed beautifully and the system started up on the first try much to my amazement (I'm far from an expert at this stuff).

I've left the settings on the motherboard (as far as overclocking, memory timing, etc) bone stock.

Everything that isn't in the system (extra drives, parallel port, serial port, game port, etc) has been disabled in the BIOS, as has the Cool N' Quiet thing. Same with all the onboard items but I am using the built in sound card and LAN.

This machine was built to play World of Warcraft and it's the only program on the computer (excepting built-in MS stuff) other than Ventrilo for voice communication in game.

It's a sweet running maching and really gets the job done in WoW and I'm a happy camper other than at random times I get a BSOD; Http.sys and NVTcp.sys seem to roll the dice behind the scenes to see who gets to pop up as culprit. To me it seems random but I suppose there's some logic (that I can't perceive) as to which is named. The BSOD happens at any time; sometimes several in a row, sometimes none for hours and it's not tied to anything I do in particular. I could have been in game on WoW for several hours and boom...BSOD. Or I could have just turned on the computer and two minutes after the desktop appears, boom....BSOD.

After reading this thread and everything else I could find I had a couple of thoughts...this shouldn't be happening because if was suppossed to be "hot patched" last spring by Microsoft; and two, since it is happening I need to try some of the remedies put forth. So here's where I am to date...

I read somewhere in this thread that Windows XP, SP2 and nVidia drivers don't play well togehter but I've updated all my drivers to the latest WHQL version (isn't that suppossed to mean something?). I did originally install the NAM software and enable the nVidia firewall for anti-hacking duty (with Windows firewall handling the rest...that's the "recommended" setting in the nVidia software). Well, who was I to know, I thought I was doing a good thing! I've since gone to Add/Remove programs and removed the Firewall and IAM software although I didn't do away with NAM entirely (my broadband cable internet connection wouln't run without NAM, right?). This was before I updated the drivers; those programs were not added back after the driver update.

I have not updated my BIOS; it's at 1011 and according to the Asus site the only change to the next level (1012) is to support newer CPU's. They also say not to update the BIOS unless you know that will fix the probelm; you may create more trouble then you'll solve.

Anybody know what the answer is here...I love this machine and I'm very happy with the performance...except the BSOD's are really a major problem. I saw some mention about the stability of this board and being on the bleeding edge; it wasn't my intention to be there...I just wanted a good solid game machine and Asus seemed to have a good name and the various sites all seemed to think SLI was the way to go. I was so green I didn't even know until the hardware showed up that I needed *two* video cards to make SLI work! But so far I'm happy with the performance of the machine with just the one card.

If I've made a terrible mistake I need to know that sooner rather than later so I can RMA this board and get the one I perhaps should have.

Thanks so much if you've made it this far!

All the best...

Les Lampman

peter jansen Oct 20, 2005, 04:09am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Warning text on Asus' site:
A8N-SLI Bios version 1012
Please do read the description before updating BIOS
To avoid crashing file system, please do update the chipset driver to below version prior to this Bios.
For WinXP 32bit system, please download and update chipset drivers V6.65 or later
For WinXP 64bit system, please download and update chipset drivers V6.65 or later

So when I have a new system, I have to install windows first, update the chipset drivers and only then I can update the bios? (to avoid crashes).

Brian Stow Oct 20, 2005, 08:09am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Hi,
I appear to have a common problem that does not appear to have been answered. At boot up I get i lonng beep every 3 seconds and no video. Also the floppy disc drive does not respond.(it is correctly wired).
This is a new computer and initially XP professional + sp1&2 plus current updates loaded ok. There were a few drivere to update and then it was reset. This problem then happened on restart but then cleaded after another power up but then permanently failed after another restart. Graphics Card, monitor and Power unit have been changed. Bios has also been reset leaving it for several hours. I have also tried running with 1 dimm and also swapping them.
My set up is.
Asus-SLI Deluxe.
Amd 64 3000 Venice
2* corsair 512mb cl2.5 dimm
GeForce 6200 graphics chip set.
400 watt Power unit
Maxtor 160 Gbt HD

Can anybody help please.
Brian

TriGGa Death Oct 21, 2005, 08:17am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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@ John Bowmer

When I got my M-Board I also had Bios Version 1002 (now upgraded to the latest 1014)
I have 2x 7800 GTX running in SLI -- nVidia Forceware 81.85 Drivers (http://www.nzone.com/object/nzone_downloads_rel70betadriver.html)

What I did, may help someone... (some obvious bits skipped)

1). Downloaded chipset drivers ( http://www.nvidia.com/object/nforce_nf4_winxp32_amd_6.66.html ) and saved them on second harddrive
2). Downloaded Bios Versions ( 1007 | 1008 | 1011 | 1013 | 1014 ) and saved to second harddrive ( http://support.asus.de/download/download.aspx?SLanguage=en-us)


3). I have a 500W power Supply (needed to run in SLI mode)
4). Make sure the 4pin connector next to the PCI-E slots is powered
5). Powered up with the 1002 bios and installed a clean copy of WinXP Pro (after formatting the harddrive)
6). Installed the ChipSet drivers (version 6.66) (to get internet acess)
7). Updated WinXP with all the 'SP's / fixes' etc.
8). Using the ASUS WindowsXP Bios Update program (found on ASUS CD) (updated the version from the ASUS CD via Internet to lastest Version (V. 6.07.01))
9). Updated the BIOS from Windows (no need for floppy) one at a time from Version 1007 (reboot -- 1008 -- reboot -- 1011 etc)
10). Installed the latest version of nVidia ForceWare Graphic card drivers to 81.85
11). Set card to Dual on M-Board and set SLI mode in BIOS


Only prob I had was that RUBBISH Northbridge ChipSet fan (died within 2 weeks!! the lil F'er).. upgraded that to a Zalman ZM NB47J (http://froogle.google.co.uk/froogle?q=ZM+NB47J&btnG=Search...&hl=en) and now all is well..

GL..

Thermaltake Kandalf VA9000BWS
Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe S939 NF4 SLI ATX
AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual-Core 4800+
ZALMAN CNPS9500 LED
2GB Crucial DDR500
2 x Gainward 7800GTX Golden Sample - SLI
2 x 74Gb WD Raptor (10Krpm,8MB) - raid 0
500Gb Seagate 7200.9 (16Mb)
TriGGa Death Oct 21, 2005, 08:34am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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@ NEil Barrett

The chipset fan is the weak link on the ASUS Deluxe, seems alot and I mean alot of people have problems with that RUBBBBBISH chipset fan.

To answer your Question... DO NOT RUN YOUR COMPUTER WITHOUT SOME METHOD OF COOLING THE CHIPSET -- Everything to do with your computer goes via that chipset (thats why I gets so hot -- (the lil F'er is very busy).

I had a prob with that chipset and contacted ASUS (via their website) who sent me a free replacement (took 2 weeks!) -- during that time I bought a Zalman ZM-NB47J ( http://froogle.google.co.uk/froogle?q=ZM+NB47J&btnG=Search...&hl=en ) which does the same job and is Silent..
(I have a small fan blowing air onto the Zalman to further help cool it)

CPU Temp: 30
MB Temp 31
GPU: 45


TriG..

Thermaltake Kandalf VA9000BWS
Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe S939 NF4 SLI ATX
AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual-Core 4800+
ZALMAN CNPS9500 LED
2GB Crucial DDR500
2 x Gainward 7800GTX Golden Sample - SLI
2 x 74Gb WD Raptor (10Krpm,8MB) - raid 0
500Gb Seagate 7200.9 (16Mb)
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"It's the BSOD and HTTP.sys thing...I've tried to read everything I can about this and even tried to get through all 215+ pages of this thread but I can't seem to find *the* thing that corrects this (and perhaps there isn't one). [Edit: I should have said here that the BSOD starts with "Driver_IRQL_Not_Less_Or_Equal"; at the bottom of the screen the referenced file is typically HTTP.sys but at times is NVTcp.sys.]"

That's what I wrote a few posts ago...here is what I've found so far...

Things I found on the Internet suggested the NVTcp.sys problem was related to the onboard firewall but I had already disabled that...hmmm. The HTTP.sys probelm seemed to be an error that came about after SP2 and relates (as far as I can tell) to a driver relationship problem. But all problems seemed to lead back to the onboard LAN or some portion thereof and I found that many folks with the dual-Lan deluxe board were using the Marvel port.

I decided to can the onboard LAN and purchased a D-Link (what my local store carries) NIC...at a whopping $14.95. Two days later and I've had no BSOD issues; I typically would have had at least a couple each day.

It's disappointing to buy what one think's is a very nice board and find that even with all WHQL drivers the bits and pieces won't get along together and that the solution lies in replacing the on-board components with an inexpensive and ubiquitous NIC card...my gosh...how hard can it be if they (the NIC suppliers) can sell a stand-alone card (with it's packaging, CD, documentation, distribution costs, and profit) for $15 or less that a company like Asus can't get it right on a component they have control over (granted it's based on nVidia getting it right to but if they can't why include it!).

Anyway...just thought I'd pass this along if it helps others with the same sort of problems.

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BIOS 1014 would not let me overclock my CPU to a levl and numbers I have been running stably for weeks. Just hung at the boot window. Hitting DEL wouldn't even get me into settings. Had to reset the CMOS via battery and jumper to get back into BIOS and and then reflashed back to 1013, by floppy, to get my system back where I could reset my conservative, tried and true 10% overclock. Thanks for another crappy BIOS Asus.

Oh yeah their website, after "huge changes for better service to our valued customers", still SUCKS worse than any other manufacturer's site that I have ever used. It is in a constant overload, failure,out of bandwidth mode. Absolute crap all the way. This is a "high tech" company that can't run a freakin' website. Unbelievable.

Bottom-line, stick with 1013 unless you need to move up due to X2 issues.

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
Dean Edward Oct 22, 2005, 10:46pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Re: Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe FAQ- SLI added without a hitch.
-Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe(BIOS Rev.1014)
-Athlon 64 3500+,NewCastle,939 @2.21ghz.(stock cooler)
-Antec Neopower 480w ATX12V v.2.0
-2x Corsair dual 512mb,PC-3200, DDR 400
-2x Leadtek PX6600GT-extreme(Core,553 mhz / clock,DDR3 1.125 ghz)
-Maxtor 6Y160M0 HDD (163.93 GB,7200 rpm,8mb buffer,SATA)
-LITEON Dual Layer 16x DVD Writer,IDE
-LITE-ON DVD-ROM,IDE
-Realtek AC'97, 8 channel Audio,
-Windows XP Professional(SP 2)
-Lian-li V1100,modded antec 80mm intake fan through rear pci slots.

Hi,

It's been 8 months since I fired up my first rig with this mobo, and I wanted to update fact that I just added a 2nd 6600 extreme to my pc, and it went off without a hitch.
I have noticed that problems seem to stem from NOT paying careful attention to the user manual that comes with the mobo and just rushing into set-up.......big mistake with this mobo. There is a step by step instruction in the manual that works flawlessly when followed. Just be sure your vid card bios and type are exact, and you should be up and running with no problems.

I love this mobo!

cheers, Dean

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Hve just installed the latest 81.85 Nvidia drivers and after a week of not figuring out why my 2 6600GTs weren't working in SLI the bubble to enable SLI pops up. Its a dream come true and just in time to test it on X3 when it comes out this friday, thanks everyone for the help really appreciate it.


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