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Peter Wong Dec 27, 2005, 07:22pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Gosh it's been ages since I've been here. Sadly I wish it was on a better note too.

I was wondering if anyone could help with any ideas to my problems. In the past month I've had problems with the Chipset Fan where the RPM's where no where near what they should have been and at times it was barely reaching 1000 RPM. I've cleaned the dust carefully and that's when it dropped from 1500 to 1000 RPM. From a total power down, the RPM would increase painfully slow like 5 RPM per 3 seconds until it reached about 1000 RPM. While this was happening, I experienced reboots from my system Totally Randomly. At times the comp will be doing nothing and at other times I would be playing games and no problems would happen at all.

3 days ago, the Chipset RPM had a sudden jump to 3500 RPM and at times 4000 RPM. So far it has remained constant at 3500 RPM, however the random reboots still occur. Has anyone else had reboot problem? Since the Chipset RPM is back up to what it should be, I no longer have any idea what could be causing this problem. I don't have the parts to trial and error to pinpoint the precise problem.

So far I have made minimum contact with Asus and was about to return my motherboard and get a replacement due to the fan. Now I'm not too sure what is wrong.

Thanks for you help. Merry Christmas everyone.

My system is:
Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe Motherboard
AMD Athlon 64 3200+
Asus Extreme N6600GT Video Card
Corsair TWINX1024-3200XL (2 x 512mb)
Tagan 600W Power Supply TG6068-W01
Seagate Barracuda 80gb
Seagate Barracuda 13gb
LG 16x Dual-Layer DVD-Burner
Stock CPU Cooler
Bios Revision 1015

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TWolfe Dec 27, 2005, 10:22pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Peter,
It would be in your best interest if you change that chipset fan ASAP!!!This is a known problem with this board.Contact Asus and ask for a new one,they will send one free of charge.All they want to know is your boards serial number and mailing address etc...There are other options though.Even the replacement isn't that good.Vantec makes one that will work a lillte better http://www.crazypc.com/Merchant2/merchant.mv?Screen=PROD&P...Code=51035 or the Zalman at the bottom of this page http://www.quietpc.com/uk/vgamb.php either way change it,and good luck.

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Keith Hill Dec 30, 2005, 05:58pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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This is my first time on the forum here and I must say that I am subscribing because I believe that this is undoubtably the best place to be if you have a problem with this motherboard. I have had many of the problems I have seen this forum covered and I now relize if I had been here sooner I would have had a better experience with my computer system seeing as all of you seem to know more that the ASUS tech support (which is crap). Oddly enough I feel rather selfish joining to ask for help and not to give it at this time, but here goes anyway. (ASUS no help as usual)

Issue: I have recently installed Windows XP 64bit on a new drive in my system which pushes me out of black SATA slots. (4 drives, 4 OS). I have a 200Gb dynamic drive being used solely for storage which I have placed on the red raid slots in position 1. Now I cannot see the drive nor access any of the data that it holds. Device manager or Disk manager cannot see it in XP64 and I guess I'm at a loss. I would blame this on the fact that the "SI Pseudo Device SCSI Processor" is an unknown device to my machine and I cannot find a 64 bit driver for it (and I have looked just about everywhere). The "Silicon Image Sil 3114 SoftRaid 5 controller is, however, installed with 64bit drivers.

Though I do have one peculiarity in Device manager under Disk Drives i have a "SiImage SCSI disk device" that appears nowhere else anywhere.

I would just like to know if anybody has had the same problem or fixed it in XP64 or if I might be barking up the wrong tree as if this were not the problem. Also if anybody knows who makes the SI Pseudo Device SCSI Processor that would probably help too.

ALSO: Could Daemon Tools interfere with this because it is also a "SCSI device"

System (if any known conflicts)
ASUS A8N-SLi Deluxe (obviously)
AMD 64 X2 4400
2x Corsair XMS 512Mb ram
Enermax 495W PSU
1x Maxtor 6L100M0 (100Gb) - XP64
3x Western Digital WD800JD (80Gb) - XP32, Vista, Windows Server 2003 64bit
2x evga 6600GT 128mb in SLi
Creative Soundblaster X-Fi Platinum
HP dvd writer 740b
BIOS 1016

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david cole Dec 30, 2005, 11:35pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Unit is really down this time! Don't know whether to cry or cuss! By the time I get faith in this computer it will be a year old with almost no use.

>A8N-SLI Deluxe
>560 watt Thermaltake PSU
>2 GB Crucial Ballistix (4x512)
>Single EVGA 6800 Ultra PCI-E video card
>Two NEC DVD +/- optical drives, each installed as master units on the Primary and Secondary IDE controller positions
>Two WD 74GB SATA drives in RAID 0 as C:\ on NV controller
>One 300GB Seagate SATA as independent data drive on NV controller
>Two 300BG Seagate SATA as independent data drives on a Silicon Image non-raid card
>24" Dell (Samsung) LCD monitor

History: Initial build and startup last March/April went well, but chipfan irregularity held me back from overclocking, adding second video card, or even adding a word processor. Only software installed is XP Pro, security packages, Mozilla, and Nero for future CD/photo work.Chipset fan was replaced in summer with the new design, but in September again started running irregular.

Current: About five weeks ago fan really faltered, and sometimes stopped requiring manual flipping of fan blades to get it to run, albeit very slow. Motherboard temp never went above 44 degrees, about normal for the unit since built.

After about two more days of short time use, the unit shut down while in use moving files from one directory to various others (sorting photos) . When it went down, the screen went black and fans kept running. I did notice that the cooling fan on the video card was not running.

Suspecting that the video card had failed, or that perhaps the chipfan irregularity may have caused motherboard damage, I requested RMA for both units. This week video card arrived and had been replaced. Motherboard also arrived with notation that chipset fan had been replaced, but no mention of whether board had been testd for other fault.

Reassembled unit and turned on. As before, fans started up and it sounded like hard drives were spinning up (but could not readily prove this). Screen showed no life and the fan on the video card was not running, just as before. Motherboard has the green light on.

It still acts like the video card is dead. I do have the power plug in place, and also using the molex power plug on the board.

I am taking today off to just think about this unit's problems and what to do. I would appreciate any suggestions towards trouble shooting that would reenforce my efforts. Not sure about how I can test the PSU, but doubt that it is a problem.

Do not have other computer suitable for testing individual components due to technology differences.

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,
<a class= Dec 31, 2005, 12:40am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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David, I see you're running 4 sticks of 512mb. Does it run in 2T or 1T? Because I am getting another 2 sticks soon and from my benchmarks I see that 2T drops the perfomance a LOT. I heard this story how K8 CPU's aren't capable of running 4 sticks of ram at 1T, just wondering if its true.

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david cole Dec 31, 2005, 03:46pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Sovietdoc,
Running 2T and have not yet tried to modify as indicated in above post on being down for now. I wanted 2GB minimum and went with 512 chips. If had it to do over, I would have bought 2x1024GB. Since I now doubt that I will ever have enough faith in this unit to make many mods, I will stick with what I have.
Not really a gamer. I wanted a lot of memory to minimize frequent rebooting to clear resources (as has proven necessary in running a lot of Microsoft software on my three other lower memory computers). Intent of this computer is support of digital photography and digital video editing/storage.

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,
<a class= Dec 31, 2005, 05:46pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Okay, thanks.

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Merc Dec 31, 2005, 06:14pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Edited: Dec 31, 2005, 06:17pm EST

 
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David and SovietDoc-
Your RAM timings at 2T have nothing to do with the mobo. It isstrictly an AMD64 CPU issue. unlike Intel CPU's, AMD has placed the memory controller on the CPU dye itself. This results in very high access/"Bus" speeds as compared to the Intel method of using the Front Side Bus and leaves the FSB accountable for PCIe communication only. A downside is that the memory controller cannot access 4 sticks of dual sided RAM at any better than 2T timing. It used to be worse as the RAM speed was lowered to 333MHZ DDR on earlier AMD 64 CPU's. David, the 2T timings will have almost no impact on video editing but SovietDoc may see some slight slowdowns if he s a gamer.

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
Merc Dec 31, 2005, 06:19pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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David Cole-
Make sure that on the Nvidia RAID controller you have enabled only the ports with the Raptors installed. The 3rd drive's port should be disabled as it is not part of an array. If you can disconnect the drives from the SIL controller for now.

As far as the video card is concerned, make sure it is in the PCIe 16x slot that is closest to the CPU. Also, make sure you have the SLI selector card set correctly for one GPU. Remove the 4 pin Molex from the EZ plug on the mobo. You don't need it as you aren't running SLI. If no help try using the 2 x molex to 1 x 6-pin PCIe Video Card plug attachment rather than the Thermaltake PSU 6-pin native plug. Possibly there is a problem with that line-out from the PSU.

If overclocking then set everything back to base speeds. Better yet, set CPU and RAM to auto in BIOS. Disable Cool and Quiet (it sucks anyways LOL). Have you done a full barebones setup yet?

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
Arlie Proctor Dec 31, 2005, 08:12pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Hi all. I am glad to have finally found this forum, as I find myself loving this board and hating the idiot that built this system for me. I'm starting to come up to speed with it, but have a long way to go, so please feel free to bury me in details with suggestions.

Here are the system specs:

AMD FX-55 (stock heat sink/fan, never OC'd)
2 X 512 Kingston KHX3200A or 4 X 512 Kingston KVR400X64C3A (no performance difference between the two other than sheer quantity of RAM)
A8N-SLI Deluxe
Enermax Noisetaker 600W PSU
generic floppy drive
2 X Nvidia 6800 GPU
2 X Toshiba CD/DVD RW
2 X Maxtor Diamond 200G SATA HDDs (Raid 0 on NV Raid)
Creative Audiology SC
ASUS Vento 3600 Case
Viewsonic 19" Flat Panel

I love the performance when it runs, but it's been unstable most of the time I've owned it. One Optical drive was DOA. The PSU died 60 days in and was replaced. A couple of months later, the tower was RMA'd to the vendor who replaced CPU and motherboard (allegedly).

I'm now experiencing problems with the raid. It started with a system freeze. Upon reboot, the system would not start, citing that pci.sys was corrupted. I managed to recover pci.sys using the XP recovery console, but now the system runs a chkdsk on every boot up -- always ending with an unspecified error after reporting several other problems. On some boots, the NV Raid utility reports an error and the boot stops.

On recommendations from another forum, I've disabled the raid in bios (1013). Upon reboot, the bios recognizes only the second SATA master.

So, if you're still awake, here's my question: how do I determine whether I have a bad drive or whether the problem is the controller or mobo?

All advice sincerely appreciated, Happy New Year All!

Curtis Morgan-Downing Dec 31, 2005, 08:25pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Hi,

I got an Asus A8N SLI-deluxe mobo, evga 6800gs graphics card, and a amd 64 3200+ venice processor. The first mobo i got was a DOA so i RMA'd it back to distributor. Second mobo i didn't know i needed to flash bios before installing OS and doing everything else so i fried the bios chip which screwed the whole thing up :(. luckily the place i got it at took it back as defective and i have ANOTHER board which i flashed the 1016 bios on using EZ Flash immediately. Was this right? i flashed bios before even installing os because the guy said either or worked. THen once started up i downloaded the v6.65 chipset driver like the asus rep told me to but i'm not sure if i installed it all properly and i'm now afraid to continue. I extracted it and opened it using winRAR and found the setup.exe file but is that all i need to do? i ran through and installed all that stuff. do i need to go through and double click all the other .exe files that i see in winRAR? please help, i don't want to have to get another mobo :(.

-Curtis

Johnny Lawrence Jan 01, 2006, 02:29am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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ok i have a prob... i am running a amd 3500+ 4x 512mb ram kingston 1 WD rapter hdd, 1 seagate HDD. flashed bios to 1016, chip set to 6.65. MSI x800 pro with a Zalman Fatal1ty FS-V7 Ultimate VGA Card Cooler works vary good fan!! droped my temp by 30 F. ok i got all this stuff running good but every so often " when im gaming " my computer lockes up and dont do a thing.... have to push the reset.... any one have any ideas what is going on?? has this happend to any one eles? my next step is to replace the PSU.... is that a good idea??

Arlie Proctor Jan 01, 2006, 10:03am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Hearing no suggestions, here's what I've tried in order to diagnose the HDD problem above.

1) Switch the two hard drives among the SATA 1 and 2. Bios now recognizes a drive in 1, but nothing in 2. Then switched back.

2) Replace SATA cable on SATA 1 (drive bios does not recognize). No improvement.

3) Switch HDD on SATA 1 to different rail on PSU. No improvement.

From this, I think the problem is the drive. #1 rules out the controller, as the good drive is recognized properly on SATA 1. #2 and #3 rule out anything between the drive and the controller or between the drive and juice. Am I missing anything?

Thanks in advance!

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I'm sorry if this issue has been addressed before, but there are so many posts in this thread that it would take me a month to read them all. My problem is this:

I've been using this board for about a month now, no problems. Windows setup went fine, found my hard drives, F6 to install raid drivers, set up two ide drives in a raid 0. The array is working fine. It shows as a healthy raid array, My Computer shows a single volume that is double the size of each individual drive, I can write to it, read from it, etc. Problem is every time I boot, I get the Found New Hardware wizard trying to install a raid class controller. I use all three options (let windows search automatically, specify the path where to find drivers, and use the CD). No matter which I try it does the same thing: it finds the driver(nvraiins.dll), copies it to the system32 directory, and then tells me it cannot install the new hardware and the new device may not work properly. Like i said, everything works fine. Device manager shows no problems, I just get the annoying FNH wizard every time I boot.

Any Help out there?

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paul,
did you install the nforce4 drivers?
http://www.nvidia.com/object/nforce_nf4_winxp32_amd_6.70.html

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Johnny,
I would test my RAM one stick at a time. Use memtest86. Same thing happened with mine. My computer locked very seldomly, but enough to NOT be called ROCK STABLE. I ran the test and got 1 error after about 6 hours. I RMA'd the RAM and that was that. It's been a champion beast ever since.
Jared

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I installed the newest nforce chipset drivers from nvidia, used driver cleaner pro to uninstall and reinstall, still same: "the installation source for this product is not available. Verify that the source exists and you can access it"

I even tried disabling pnp in bios, and it still comes up!!!!!!!!!!!!!

david cole Jan 01, 2006, 01:25pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Merc...
Appreciate your comments.
Video card mounted correctly - remember it had been running for about 6 months of light duty. But in the past, every time I examined the video card its fan would be running. As far as I know, the fan on video card is supposed to run all the time, not on a temperature controlled basis.

Power to video card is using a molex plug converter to 6-pin card plug, using a standard line from the PSU. This PSU does not have a factory 6-pin plug suitable for the eVGA Ultra card. Yes I know I do not need the molex plug on the motherboard for non-SLI use, but it has been used that way all this time and do not see how it can hurt anything.
Not overclocking - every thing in BIOS set the way it has been since initial startup, and have not done any recent driver updates that could confuse the current issue.

Of course until I get video, I cannot even get into the BIOS to check or change anything. I do not even get a flash screen - just black screen.

Have now tested the moniter on different computer so that is not part of problem.

Not using the Sil controller on motherboard at all because I need independent storage drives, not RAID of any type on the data drives. Using a non-RAID Sil Image controller card mounted in PCI slot to gain control of these drives, after spending two months talking with ASUS and Sil Image on the inability of the motherboard to address anything but RAID on the Sil controller. I will pull this card and the two drives on it from unit for effect and leave them out until unit is back in operation.

While I do not believe the PSU is the problem, or even part of the problem, my next efforts will be to swap power cables around to see if the output line to video card could be dead. The computer died while in use several weeks ago, and the current symptoms are exactly the same as before the motherboard and video card were RMA'd.

ASUS installed a new chipset fan, and made no comment as to whether the board had been fully tested. eVGA sent a replacement video card without further comment. It is possible the new card is DOA.

No, have not done a basic barebones startup as such yet, but that is where I am heading as I pull components. Since it had been functional before the shutdown, I figured that if the RMA'd parts were the problem that it would be best to first try it configured as it had been previously.

Any additional suggestions are always welcome, especially any methods of testing the PSU here at home. I do not have a PCI mount video card for use, and have not thought of a way to actually test the replacement video card.

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,
lello amit Jan 01, 2006, 02:17pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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I have just been given (for Christmas) 2x512mb pc3200 dimms, I took out the old 256mb pc3200 dimms,
when I put both new dimms in (slot b1 and a1) the bios reports only 512mb of memory!(should be 1gb)
If I only fit 1 dimm in at a time bios reports them as 512mb each even when I swap them.With both dimms in XP reports the same as bios 512mb but CPU-z reports 1gb!, If I fit both 512mb Dimms in b1&b2 slots
Bios reports 1024 mb (I'm happy with that ) but when I put in my other 2 x 256mb dimms in a1&a2 slots bios still reports 1024mb
I now have 4 dimms fitted 2 x 512 in slots b1&b2 and 2x 256 in a1&a2 (CPU-z reports 1536 mb) and xp reports only 1GB!, 3D mark shows all my Dimms as 256 mb each.
Any ideas?
Thanks lello

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Lillo-
Put a 512MB DIMM in A1 and B1 (1st and 3rd RAM slots as you move away from the CPU) and restart. If not reported correctly then reset the CMOS/BIOS and restart (this will require you to reset al the BIOS settings).

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

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