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Enry Fery Nov 04, 2005, 10:32am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Edited: Nov 04, 2005, 10:35am EST

 
>> Re: Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe FAQ
Hi friend i am new here.
My PC is :

AMD64 3500+ Venice
ASUS A8N SLI DELUXE
2Gb V-DATA PC3200 in dual channel
2x nVidia 6600GT in SLI mode
Audigy 2 ZS
2x 120Gb SATA in RAID 1 on Silicon Image
2x 160Gb PATA
Tagan 480W U22 Forces

I no overclock!!


My proble is when i play at FEAR afther 30 minutes my PC rebooted....
but if i play at Quake 4 no reboot and when i work i have no reboot also afther more then 5 houars....

What is this???? Is the game FEAR?????

Please help me..... SORRY FOR MY ENGLISH!!!

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Brandon Sandlin Nov 04, 2005, 05:26pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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I put a cheap 8MB PCI (1X) in and it worked first try (I left the X800GTO2 in the PCIx16 slot). I installed Windows XP Professional with SP2. I then inserted the NVIDIA nForce 4 Motherboard CD (Rev.99.01) I proceeded to install all of the drivers and software from the disk. My BIOS is version 1011. I went to Device Manager and my X800GTO2 is non-existant. The cheap card is the only one listed. My very uneducated guess is either the Card is bad, the card is incompatible, or something is wrong with the motherboard.
I am also having problems with my Cable Modem. I installed both LAN drivers and they appear in my Taskbar. I am about to download new drivers on my old PC and try flashing the newest BIOS and Chipset drivers. Maybe this will fix all of my problems!

(More info about my PC/Possible problems)
I now have both video cards installed.
I have not tried plugging in a 4-Pin power next to the Video Card.


John Halliday Nov 05, 2005, 06:06am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Enry! Your PSU is simply too small! You need at least a 550 W PSU !

John
http://www.boltonpc.co.uk

Brandon Sandlin Nov 05, 2005, 11:23am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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I fixed my Video Card Problem! I tried the second PCI Express port, and it booted flawlessly.

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Edited: Nov 08, 2005, 10:47pm EST

 
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To Brandon and Blake and others:
My PC is now working!!! Some info:
I took out all 9 metal MB mounting screws and wedged the MB in place(a little removed from the mounting plate) with small strips of wood. This was to eliminate any SHORTS possibity.
I connected:
the 20-pin power from PS(not using 20/24 pin adapter) and 4 pin power,
ASUS EAX850PRO video card and VGA monitor ,
restored the 2 orig blue paddle jumpers on the FP Audio connector,
plugged in audio headphones into line out at rear,
booted and heard usual 2-3 sec beep then delay then "VGA test failed"
Next:
an old Diamond PCI card(top white slot) and the VGA monitor
no msgs for 1st time(this is the goal) !!!
took out PCI card and replugged ASUS EAX850PRO
also replugged 2 of my 4 ram sticks
THIS WORKED for the first time!
What did I do to fix this ?
not sure, may have been flux on ASUS EAX850PRO PCI-e connector or RAM sticks.
(probably replugged 10 times --- always touch grounded chassis first or use wrist strap)
If I had this to do over again I might clean both male and female connectors with a small brush(radio shack) and alcohol.and let dry.(care with static discharge)

I have the following pieces:
CPU AMD 64 |3500+ ATHLON 64 939
MB ASUS A8N-SLI Deluxe NF4
CORSAIR D400 512MX2 VS1GBKIT400
VGA ASUS|RADEON EAX850PRO/HTVD/256
DVD BURNER LITE-ON SOHW-1693S BK
HD250G|ST 7200 8M SATA ST3250823AS
THERMALTAKE 480W PS
My MB bios is version 1011 and BTW ASUS never sent the promised version 1014.
UPDATE: version 1014 BIOS finally arrived after one week.
Most important step was getting audio POST msgs working.
Good Luck,
Liam



Joe Munsch Nov 05, 2005, 01:56pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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First of, thanks everyone for maintaining this thread, it has been a great help to me in the past.

Here's my configuration:
WinXP SP2
Asus A8N Sli-Deluxe
Antec True Blue 480w PSU
Maxtor 160gb drive SATA
Maxtor 80gb ATA
Western Digital 160gb ATA
AMD Athlon 64 3000+
1gb (512x2) RAM
ATI Radeon X800 XL
2 ATA Optical Drives

Originally, I had the 160gb Maxtor SATA on the Nforce SATA port 1 (SATA Master 1), the WD 160gb ATA drive as the primary master (IDE cable select), and the Maxtor 80gb ATA drive as the slave (IDE cable select). With this setup, I could access both ATA drives, but the SATA drive would return as "not formatted" by Windows. I tried to use Windows to format this drive, and it was unable. Recently, using this setup, I started to get data corruption errors, whenever I tried to install something over ~30 MB, or whenever I moved something over ~30mb, it would become corrupted. When I tried to open these corrupted files, I got a CRC error.

To solve this issue, and to make use of my unused 160gb SATA drive, I partitioned, formatted and installed Windows onto the Maxtor 160gb SATA drive. I am unsure why I was able to format it and use it from the windows boot disc, and not in windows. This setup worked for long enough for me to install the lastest chipset drivers (6.65) , and the 1014 BIOS for the motherboard, and some other software. However, one morning I woke up to find that my computer had crashed and rebooted itself. A different morning I woke up to find the same thing, and this time it wouldn't boot because the (xxx whatever ) kernel file was corrupt. I didn't write down the name of the file, I just popped in the windows disc and opened up the recovery console. I was then able to boot into windows again.

I figured that these corruption/restart issues might be a problem with the NForce SATA controller I had the SATA drive on. So, this morning, I moved the 160gb Maxtor SATA onto the Sil Controller port 1. I set it up as a JBOD, and booted on my merry way. I haven't had any corruption or restart issues so far using this controller. The problem is that the 160GB Maxtor SATA replaced the 160GB WD ATA drive as the primary master. So now I only have access to the 160gb Maxtor SATA drive (primary master), and the 80gb Maxtor (primary slave) drives.

How can I restore access to my WD 160gb (IDE cable select master) hard drive ? It seems to have been replaced by the 160gb Maxtor SATA drive on Sil SATA port 1.

Also, another issue I have always had is that the only way I can get Windows to boot is to have the Windows XP disc in my master optical drive. On startup, it says "press any key to boot from disc", I don't press any key, and it boots from whichever hard drive I have selected to boot from. However, If I dont have the windows disc in, it never says "press any key to boot from disc" and the computer won't boot at all. I have to have my BIOS set up so that the optical drive is the first boot priority, followed by the hard drives. This is the only way I have ever been able to boot. How can I make it so I don't have to leave the WinXp disc in, and so I can change the hard drives to the first boot priority?

Thanks a bunch for all the help.

Otto Worscht Nov 07, 2005, 04:34am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Edited: Nov 07, 2005, 04:36am EST

 
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Hi, i have a driver problem under x64 Windows. After installing the fresh x64 windows i had some yellow question marks for audio, lan and bus wich left after i installed 6.66 nforce4 drivers (without IDE drivers) and display drivers for my grafic card(81.85). BUT there is still one yellow question mark in device manager (other devices >> unkown device) I have no clue what driver is missing???

Any help appreciated

Bios used 1012

System
AMD x2 4400+
4 GB OCZ 400 DDR
ASUS Silencer GT 6600
2x SAMSUNG SATA 250 GB

Here is a screenshot:

http://www.emov.de/pics/screenshot.gif

Luke Busby Nov 08, 2005, 04:50pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Edited: Nov 08, 2005, 04:51pm EST

 
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Problem: AC97 sound device no longer appearing in Windows after fresh install, was working fine before.

Hi, I'm new here. I've done a lot of searching to try and find an answer to this problem both within this FAQ and elsewhere but no joy - apologies if I've missed something.

My system:

A8N SLI Deluxe
AMD 4200 64x2
2x Corsair ValueSelect 512MB DIMMS
Nvidia 7800GT (PNY)
WD 2500KS SATA
HP DVDRW
NeoPower 480
Windows XP Pro SP2

BIOS configured more or less as per the FAQ with the obvious exception that AC97 is enabled. I had this running perfectly for about a month with no problems at all.

Recently I had some serious problems when trying to add some PATA drives (mostly blue MACHINE CHECK_EXCEPTION screen errors) . In the end, after lots of messing around with drivers and BIOS settings I gave up and ditched the PATA drives. During the messing around my onboard AC97 device, previously working perfectly, disappeared from within windows.

At this point I decided a clean reinstall was the best idea, so I reformatted, reinstalled XP SP2 and all the drivers I used originally. However the AC97 device is still not recognised by windows (all other onboard devices are ok).

I have tried: en/disabling AC97 in BIOS; en/disabling other onboard devices in case there is a conflict; clearing CMOS; un/reinstalling Realtek drivers, both those from the Asus disk and the latest from their website. All to no avail - it never appears in Windows.

Anyone any ideas (other than buy a proper soundcard)? Does this sound like a hardware fault?

One final question for anyone who has AC97 enabled: does it appear in the PCI device listing during POST? Because mine cetainly doesn't and I wonder if that is an indication of a hardware problem.

Any help or comments at all would be greatly appreciated before the A8N goes out the window...

Thanks,

Luke

siner siner Nov 11, 2005, 02:34am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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hi
i`ve got a PCI-express video card asus extreme ax700pro but sometimes when i`m starting my computer the voice says "System failed vga test" is there something wrong with my video card.Is it not supported by the A8N SLI Deluxe motherboard?

Liam Kelleher Nov 11, 2005, 11:13am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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To siner:
I would clean video card connector(both male and female) with alcohol and acid brush taking card not to generate static.
I re-plugged my video card 10+ time before it worked!
Maybe some solder flux remaining.

CPU AMD 64 |3500+ ATHLON 64 939
MB ASUS A8N-SLI Deluxe NF4
CORSAIR D400 512MX2 VS1GBKIT400
VGA ASUS|RADEON EAX850PRO/HTVD/256
DVD BURNER LITE-ON SOHW-1693S BK
HD250G|ST 7200 8M SATA ST3250823AS
THERMALTAKE 480W PS
My MB bios is version 1011 and BTW ASUS never sent the promised version 1014.
UPDATE: version 1014 BIOS finally arrived after one week.
Liam

Marko Halonen Nov 13, 2005, 04:05am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Edited: Nov 13, 2005, 10:27pm EST

 
>> No dvi signal until windows load.
Asus A8N-SLI deluxe
AMD 3800+ 64X2
2X512MB KINGSTON HYPERX
2X120GB SATA MAXTOR 8MB 7200RPM
SB AUGIDY 2ZS
Newest BIOS, newest drivers.
Connect Radeon x1800xl 256Mb Dvi and BenQ 937s+ Flat Panel
Any solution?

Marko.

Jeff Bray Nov 13, 2005, 06:22pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Helo,

My spec is:
Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe,
Single Nvidia 256MB Geforce 6600GT PCI-E,
AMD Athlon 64 3500+ Venice Core,
2x 1GB DDR400 184-pin RAM,
250GB SATA 150 Maxtor 16MB Cache,


Would a MAGNA 600w ATX PSU be ok to run this? And also what is the Best BIOS version out for this MOBO? and the best driver for the Graphics card.

Thanx for you help.. Jeff

alligate lacoste Nov 14, 2005, 05:19am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Edited: Nov 14, 2005, 06:51am EST

 
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I have a big problem I think.
My pc: A8N SLI mobo, AMD 3200+ CPU, 1 gig mem, 2* GeForce 6600GT (SLI)

I couldn't understand why I was constantly having lag while playing battlefield 1942 so I decided to try the AI Booster utility that came with the machine.
I turned up the booster to 110% and hit NOS (I know, I'm stupid)
From the moment I did that my pc instantly locked up. Afraid it would overheat I pulled the plug.
After that my pc would lock up during boot or like 10 seconds after booting.
I already unhooked my cpufan ( http://www.silenthardware.de/images/bilder/zalman7000er/giants...0Kopie.jpg ) and looked at my cpu, everything looks fine. All pins are good, no burn marks, no scent, no smoke :p

My cpu is broken; isn't it?
Please tell me there is a softwareproblem that I can resolve; because I don't think I have enough money to buy a new CPU.

alli

Edit: my life has been saved! :)
A friend of mine told me to change a jumper and reset some things so that the pc would no longer be in overclock and everything works fine again. I'm happy.

Now there still is that BF1942 lag issue. Any thoughts?
Ping is OK, no unneeded processes running, punkbuster is fine.. what could be causing this lag then?

jim w4t Nov 14, 2005, 10:13am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Configuration:

WinXP SP2
Asus A8N SLI-Deluxe
Antec TRUEPOWER EPS 2.0
2x 200GB Seagate 7200.8 SATA
1x Seagate 80GB 7200.7 PATA
AMD Athlon 64 3500+
2x Dual Channel OCZ 512mb (1gb total)
ATI Radeon X800 XL
2 Optical Drives PATA
1 floppy




OK, here's a problem that I'd like some help with. I am not sure it is A8N related (but think it might be), but I'd like some help brainstorming.
I am trying to play Flgiht Simulator 2004. Before it starts up it gives me the infamous "referenced memory error." I cannot remember what exactly it is. After I enabled error reporting, I got:

AppNAme: fs9.exe AppVer: 9.0.0.30612 ModName: user32.dll
ModVer: 5.1.3600.2622 Offset: 00010fa8



I have checked the memory modules and they are OK. PSU is OK. I really don't have a way to check the graphics card but I think that is OK. Hard drives are error free. Here's another thing: I am running Windows XP Home on a SATA hard drive. And I have another SATA hard drive for programs. THEN, I have an PATA hard drive for Backup. I have done some testing, installeing WIN XP HOME and all drivers onto the PATA hard drive (and all programs to make an almost-duplicate of the SATA), and I have no errors and I can play FS9 just fine!!! What is the deal here?????
When I boot on the SATA and try to play it from the PATA, it gives me and error. When I boot from the PATA and play it from either the SATA or PATA it is fine!

I think it might have something to do with the board. Any help?

Thanks, Jim

charlie marshall Nov 15, 2005, 02:26pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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i currently have 2*512mb Crucial memory sticks installed. I'm looking to upgrade and was thinking about buying 2*1gb giving me a total of 3gb RAM. They would all be pc3200 cl=3 and non buffer, i was just wondering which should be in which slots eg:

2 * 1gb in A1 & A2 and
2 * 512 sticks in B1 & B2

is this the best configuration? does it make a difference?

cheers

El Nov 16, 2005, 09:14am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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I was wondering if anyone has found a solution for a chipset cooler. The replacement I received from Asus seems to be dying and I don't want to just get another one and have it break again.
Thanks,
Jared

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I typed a whole thing in but it got deleted.
so herews the summary
I had lockups on blank black screen and the windows loading screen. I did a lot of fidgeting and found the following:

my sata drive was disappearing, and then bios wouldnt see it. I had NV sata 3,4 disabled, enabling those and disabling fast boot fixed it. btw, i have a maxtor diamondmax 10 200 gig sata.

secondly i kept installing and repairing and i was beginning to thin i just couldnt have SP2 with this board until the last install where i got all the major needed things installed but had to qwuit and start again the next day. this is when i found the problem of why i couldnt get windows to load up part two. freezes in the load screen, and blankl screens, i could get in in safe mode but not normal mode or Last Known. It turns I had to restore to when i had gotten up to finish the installing of other apps and things from safe mode. and it worked again. so i went one by one installing, rebooting, installing rebooting, one at a time.
can you guesss what it was?
It was Zone Alarm Pro. My version was up to date and fully licesned. Everytime I install it I reboot boom I cant get into windows anymore. and it worked fine on my other machine same exact OS and SP's only 754 socket. so this board and Zone Alaram Pro apparently dont mix well... or maybe with this HD they dont mix? or SATA?
maybe this bios? i dont know WHY, what I do know is if your having issues and you run Zone Alarm Pro uninstall it and see if it helps, it helped me


HTH Someone
ALSO
i DO still ahve a question about this board

One thing that kills me about speedfan is the lack of being sure what is what. Any help on this would be great for the A8N-SLI Deluxe
I am not running SLI, I have my Antec NeoPower three pin connected to cha2

Speedfan reports the following temps:
Temp1 at top of list: 91F
Temp1 <different??>: 104F
Temp2: 99F
Temp3: 79F
Temp <two of these no other explanation: both 261F
Local & Remote... mabny of these all the same.
Local: 106F
Remote: 117F


hep is appreciated
Ian

Matthew Chestnut Nov 16, 2005, 06:44pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Re: Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe FAQ - Speedfan 4.27
Speedfan 4.27 reports the following temps on my machine

Temp1: 90F (at top of list)
Temp2: 99F
Temp3: 81F
Temp: 261F
Temp: 261F
HD0: 97F
Temp1: 104F (at bottom of list)

LMO LeBeau Nov 16, 2005, 08:13pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Jared (and anyone else)

Try a zalman passive chipset cooler to replace the asus chipset fan. Fits easily, installs easily (though mobo must come out). Use artic silver if you have it. (Remove old thermal paste with goof off).

I have 120s in front and back, temps actually dropped about 3 degrees with this cooler. As long as you have air flow, no sweat.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16835118214

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What in the name of god is running 261F? Must be an error right?
I think the local & remotes are either my Video or My PS which I have hooked to CHA2.

weird I cont get any answer out of ASUS on this.

I like the Zalman, but I dont like taking the board out... not this board anyway.... Anyone have any other suggestions?

Ian


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