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Merc Mar 03, 2006, 10:52am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Re: Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe FAQ
Steven-
Do you hear any beeps at boot-up? Did you use standoffs? Did you plug in the square 4 pin P4 power plug located next to the CPU?

Merc
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Peter Wong Mar 04, 2006, 09:35am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Edited: Mar 04, 2006, 09:39am EST

 
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Kurt - Quote:
"Me too, I just flashed my BIOS to the latest version, but even with that latest version, I'm not able to install windows XP, not even with only the minimum number of hardware connected (floppy, HD, RAM, video)
I get a BSOD approx 1min after the windows boot process started."

Hi, what RAM do you have? I would suggest checking with the manufacturer what the DDR voltage requirements are. I had always left it on automatic but when I flashed the BIOS to an updated version (somewhere around 1008 - 1011) I kept on getting BSOD while booting the comp, fresh installation of windows, etc etc. Manually set voltage and it was sweet as. Hope this is some help.

Peter

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I finally succeeded the instatllation of windows xp pro sp2, after flashing bios and reorganizing partitions on hard disks. Up till now, I do not have any problems, so hope this was it !
Even my mandriva installation went smoothly, except for a 'hanging usb mouse' during installation

Thanks for anyone's advice

It think that in the near future I'm going to upgrade my power supply to a >450W version

Martin Barrett Mar 06, 2006, 04:05pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Edited: Mar 06, 2006, 04:08pm EST

 
>> Re: Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe FAQ
I have tried to read as much of this board as possible, but its obviously imposible to read through everything posted on here.

I have read through everything applicable on eVGA's site, and talked to their people (cause they were actually helpful) as well as antecs people. However, asus has been less than helpful, and am hoping you all can give me an answer to my question.

I have tried all kinds of stuff, including resetting cmos, and placing ram in all sorts of possitions restarting and all kinds of stuff like that. I am at the point where I think I simply need a new board, but just want to see if someone can help me first.

I have had this system since november and it has been down for almost half of that time.

I have 2 512 sticks of corsair ram, but have tested other types of ram.

I have a 7800 GT but have tested a pci tnt 2.

I have tested the board outside of the case on a static free surface ( the box it came in).

I have tested it with minimal system configuration.

I have a 550 w sli certified antec psu

and both of my drives are western digital sata (one is sata II)

Ok. So when I first go the computer put together, I would boot, everything would spin up but no video would post whatsoever. I don't get any beeps either. No bios nothing. I messed around with everything a lot and finally got everything to work. I'm not exactly sure how.

The computer worked rather well until after about a month, where the chipset fan began to fail. I replaced it, and when I put the computer back together, no video post once again. The same problem I had had when I first got it. I called asus tech and they didn't really offer much help, just things I had already tried. They simply told me to RMA it.

I finally got my motherboard back on friday after waiting a month. It worked fine when I booted it up. Then after a day of it working fine, i went to put a cd in the drive, and the drive wouldn't open. I was like "what the crap" so i went back to the computer, and the video was no registering, as if the computer was off. The mouse was not on, but my usb mic was getting power, as was my keyboard.

I have been reading everything I can about all the components in my system and cannot come to any clear conclusion about what is wrong. I have replaced everything except for the psu.

Finally, if given the oppurtunity to get a different board does anyone have any suggestions. (i need pic-e obviously, and SATA II compatability.)

Oh and I have a 3200+ Venice 64 bit.

I am willing to spend quite a bit more for a replacement board, as I don't want to have to deal with this anymore.

Thanks

Sandra Jackson Mar 06, 2006, 09:25pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Re: Should I buy Athlon or IBM in Order to Prepare for upcoming OS - Vista
I am a business owner (an accountant/tax practioner), and both my computers crashed within a 6 month period (mother board fried - both). I bought them about 4 years ago, so now I'm in the market searching to buy another computer for my business. My problem is that being a small business owner I cannot afford to continuosly upgrade or purchase new computers whenever a new operating system is created or when my computer decides to crash. I have been hearing around the grape vine that sometime toward the end of the year a new operating system called Vista from Microsoft will be introduced to the market. If that is so, I would like to know what processor would work with Vista. I was told a Dual-Core chip with an estimated 1-2 Gg of memory. Would an AMD Athlon 64 X2 chip, or an Intel Pentium's IV D chip, or something else altogether? Help in VA?????

I would also like some specs on a new system for either chip, in other words, what would be considered a good mother board for the above referenced chips, hard drives, video cards, etc. Thanks!!!!

Merc Mar 06, 2006, 11:32pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Re: Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe FAQ
Sandra-
You may want to post this question in the General hardware topic here http://www.hardwareanalysis.com/content/forum/5/
where it will get more looks. This topic deals strictly with a gaming motherboard so traffic is limited. To start you out though, yes, there is a new OS coming from MS in late fall and it is called Vista. It will require a fairly high end PC to run with all the bells and whistles enabled.

A daul core AMD CPU like the 3800X2 would be a great choice as it is 64 bit ready (XP is 32 bit, Vista will be 64 bit capable) multitasks like a monster and is relatively inexpensive at $295. The 3800X2 actually has two CPU's on one chip and that is where the chip manufacturing business is headed. A good 939 socket motherboard (in which you install the CPU and RAM etc) can be had for around $85 and 1 GB of RAM costs about $85. I'd get video card if you plan on running Vista next year so plan on $100 for that as you don't need a top-ender for business apps and Hard Drive space is up to you but a 300GB SATA drive costs about $150. You'd need a case and a Power Supply so plan on another $250 there for quality units and there you go. An OEM copy of XP goes for around $90. Up and running for around $1000 and you'd have a great rig that will last a few years and run Vista without breathing hard.

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
James Leafe Mar 07, 2006, 09:39am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Hi All,

I'm putting together a new PC with the below Spec and want some advise on the PSU.

Athlon64 4000+
2 x 1Gb Crucial PC3200 Memory
2 x XFX Geforce 6600GT, 256mb cards
Antec Sonata 2 Case
250Gig SATA Hard Drive, Maxtor
Asustek A8N SLI Socket 939 nForce 4 SLI PCI-E ATX M/Board

The case has got a 450W PSU in it, but I want to replace it so I have one that will support the SLI feature. The PSU I am looking at is - Akasa Active PFC 650watts PSU with Sanyo Denki Fan, would this be ok? Its not listed in the suggested PSU's on the opening entry in the forum.

Regards,
James
PS, this is a great forum, have just found it today, its very informative!

Monty Mar 07, 2006, 10:01am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Edited: Mar 07, 2006, 10:07am EST

 
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Hi James.
You will get a lot of advice from this site, all good, but as it's in the states you will probably get recommendations for PSU's unavailable in EU. I did a rebuild with much the same spec as yours, and went for a Seasonic S12 650w. The rebuild is perfectly stable and the PSU came with loads of extra bits like cable tidies/extensions etc. I have a review somewhere which I will post.
Good luck with your build.
Monty
Brit in France

Have a look here but there's lots if you Google it: http://www.seasonic.com/pdf/reviews/website/pureoverclock-S12-600.pdf

Monty - Brit in France.

AN8-SLI \ AMD 64x2 3800@2.4Ghz
2Gb Corsair TwinX 400hz
2 x MSI NX8600GTS 256mb DDR3 HD OC
2 X 250G SATA-1 WD Caviar 16m
SoundBlaster x-Fi 7:1
Seasonic S12- 650w PSU
Steven Koehler Mar 07, 2006, 11:46am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Multiple issues with A8N-SLI Deluxe mobo?
So just upgraded to what I thought was all legit hardware:

A8N-SLI Deluxe mobo
AMD X2 4800+ Dual Core
(2) 400GB Maxtor SATA II HDD's
(1) Older Maxtor 100GB IDE drive (pulling off old data, and might use long term for backups)
(4) Kingston 1GB RAM sticks (whatever the approved mem model# was from Asus)
128MB GeForce video card
Sony IDE DVDROM
Sony IDE DVD Burner
Some cheapy 420W PSU

Obviously there's a TON of posts about various issues with this board. Some stuff I've fixed, most I haven't. Let me see if I can begin w/ the history w/o writing a book:

I started by plugging EVERYTHING in before powering on (I know....mistake). Wouldn't power on. Unplugged everyting and plugged stuff in one by one, and mysteriously it powered up. Then struggled with SATA Raid config, until I realized that I needed to disable Silicon Raid and enable NVRAID. Built mirror set, and loaded up XP 32bit.

Got XP up and running, and then out of no where, I was suddenly freezing at POST. Start plugging and unplugging before realizing unplugging my DVDROM gets me past freeze up. Figure it's time to upgrade BIOS.

I see Asus's requirement of upgrading chipset driver beforehand, and I download the chipset driver disk off Asus's web. Thinking this was maybe some flash util, tried running .exe off disk in DOS. Realize it's a windows app, and boot to XP to run to no avail. Finally right click on the .inf included on disk and select install. I see device manager refresh itself, so figured whatever it needed to install must have worked.

I proceed to upgrade BIOS to version 1016 through windows, and no issues installing. Plug in DVDROM, and while I now get past freeze during POST, I end up in crazy reboot loop trying to launch Windows in safe or regular mode.

So the problems that are still lingering:

#1:
Can't seem to boot with DVDROM plugged in. Never had issue w/ drive plugged into previous mobo. DVD writer works fine.

#2:
My RAIDed drives seems to randomly pop into "degraded" state upon reboot. When this happens, and I go into BIOS, I see either none or just one of the SATA drives. I can resolve by disbling NVRAID in BIOS, rebooting 1 or more times until physical drives show in BIOS, re-enabling RAID, then rebuilding RAID in NVRAID util. I've had to do this at least 4 times this week.....but the data was preserved as I can get into Windows each time after RAID rebuild.

#3:
Sound does not work. Tried set of headphones that I know work, am plugged into green jack, and have the drivers loaded off the mobo CD (haven't tried the newer ones off ASUS's web yet). OS indicates sound working as normal....but I got nothing.

#4:
Random reboots. No rhyme or reason to these.....but when it happens, it falls into a reboot loop (sometimes w/ the RAID degraded in between). The only thing that seems to get my out of the loop is to hard power off and unplug power from IDE drive, reboot (successfully loads Windows), hard power down and plug back in IDE.


I've noticed a lot of posts about lacking PSU's, so gonna run down to local store and search for a better one (heard 450W w/ 18A to 12v rail is recommended?). Maybe this will eliminate my prob running DVDROM, and maybe the issue with what appears to be random inability to pick up one or both SATA drives?

I'm also curious if a complete reload of XP after I updated the BIOS is advised here.

Is it also possible I could have a flakey mobo?

So a few things still to try, but wondering if anyone's had this similar set of issues and have any further advice.


Thanks in advance for any responses.

Rich Levesque Mar 08, 2006, 08:59pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Steve:

Your problem is most likely the PSU. The Everything you listed in your computer uses alot of power and a noname or generic 420 watt will not do. If you look throught the posts you will find a good 500 watt or higher will suffice. I like Antec but there are others just as good or better some more expensive than others also. Good Luck.

Owain Barker Mar 13, 2006, 06:40pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Im a new user to this site and i can see there is an extensive number of posts i perused as many as i could and made sure all my settings were as recomended. My specs are in my Signature and heres my problem.

Its sort of hard to explain, basically the computer runs perfectally aside from slightly low scores in the 3d marks but i can live with that. Then when i try and play games the system becomes unstable. When i first built the computer almost exactally a year ago it used flash blue screen and restart when idle in windows at random intervals and since all the hardware was very very new and there didnt appear to be any reason for this i assumed that it was driver conflicts. At this time all games ran fine and no reboot problems occured when gaming. The over the past summer i got battlefield 2. When playing it the computer will restart at random intervals sometimes hours sometimes only 10 or 20 minutes. It locks up the sounds goes from skipping in a loop to resuming back to skipping for 30 seconds or a minute then it just restarts. Upon returning to windows i get a "Windows has recovered froma serious error" message and when sending the report it comes up as a driver problem or hardware issue with nvidia graphics card. After trying almost everything i could think of including every combination of every set of drivers and countless windows installs i decided it could be my video card. So i RMAed it and MSI sent it back with a pass. Back to square 1. So no my computer runs 100% stable in windows but as soon as i start gaming it only lasts an hour maybe nomally less before cash reboot.

Also when in windows if using an intensive program (the only one ive found so far is Pro Engineer) it will drift in and out of responsiveness. For example i will be drawing a 3d Model and the mouse will stop responding but keep moving, then the mouse will freeze and the computer will be fullylocked up, then it will unfreeze the mouse but remain unresponsive. This will continue for a couple fo minutes then it will resume and i can continue my work but 5 minutes or less later it repeats. The mouse is not just unresponsive in the application in question but entirely in windows.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Athlon 64 3200+
A8N-SLI Deluxe
1 Gb PC 3200 Kingston Dual Channel
Hyper X RAM
Single MSI NX 6800 td256
Western Digital IDE 250gb
Western Digital IDE 160gb
Maxtor SATA 200gb
Audigy 2 Value Sound Card PCI
Antec Sonata Case
16x Lite-on DVD RW
OCZ5
Monty Mar 14, 2006, 03:41am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Hi. I wonder if you have some shakey memory? Have you run Memtest to check it out?
http://www.memtest86.com/
Everything else points to hardware but you seem to have covered most. Problem is, so many things often un-related can cause problems like this and there is no clear answer. If all drivers are up to date, including BIOS !, and hardware is known to be good, then it looks like you are due for another meticulous rebuild paying special attention to connections and mobo standoffs. Are you in a position to try a different graphics card as my first line of thought was there. The other thing is the PSU. It is imperative this provides stable voltages. This is a brilliant site to tech questions such as yours so stay with it and I am certain you will be sorted soon.
Good luck.
Monty

Monty - Brit in France.

AN8-SLI \ AMD 64x2 3800@2.4Ghz
2Gb Corsair TwinX 400hz
2 x MSI NX8600GTS 256mb DDR3 HD OC
2 X 250G SATA-1 WD Caviar 16m
SoundBlaster x-Fi 7:1
Seasonic S12- 650w PSU
Owain Barker Mar 14, 2006, 07:36am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Ram tests indicate everythings a go, also i did a complete rebuild twice removing everything cleaning every heat sink and only plugging in the absolutely necessary connections, for example eliminated all excess USB connections no PCI slots used 1 DIM of ram 1 HDD and still no luck. And finally for heat issues i ran my computer beside an open window with a large external fan blowing the cold air in from the below zero temperatures outside and no change.

Athlon 64 3200+
A8N-SLI Deluxe
1 Gb PC 3200 Kingston Dual Channel
Hyper X RAM
Single MSI NX 6800 td256
Western Digital IDE 250gb
Western Digital IDE 160gb
Maxtor SATA 200gb
Audigy 2 Value Sound Card PCI
Antec Sonata Case
16x Lite-on DVD RW
OCZ5
Monty Mar 14, 2006, 08:34am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Looks like cooling is not an issue ;-)
You seem to have covered just about everything. There have been a lot of posts recently about possible compatibility issues of this mobo and Maxtor HDD's - the latter of which requires a firmware update. This is just food for thought. There is specialist advice to be had here so sit back and wait for posts.
Good luck.

Monty - Brit in France.

AN8-SLI \ AMD 64x2 3800@2.4Ghz
2Gb Corsair TwinX 400hz
2 x MSI NX8600GTS 256mb DDR3 HD OC
2 X 250G SATA-1 WD Caviar 16m
SoundBlaster x-Fi 7:1
Seasonic S12- 650w PSU
Owain Barker Mar 15, 2006, 10:41pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Error caused by a video device driver

Thank you for sending an error report to Microsoft.

Error report summary

Error type Windows stop error (A message appears on a blue screen with error code information)
Solution available? Yes
What does this error mean? You received this message because a device driver installed on your computer caused the Windows operating system to stop unexpectedly. This type of error is referred to as a "stop error." A stop error requires you to restart your computer.
Cause A video adapter device driver
Computer symptoms A message appears on a blue screen with error code information:

STOP 0x000000EA THREAD_STUCK_IN_DEVICE_DRIVER
- or -
STOP: 0x100000EA THREAD_STUCK_IN_DEVICE_DRIVER_M

Action for you to take

We have analyzed your error report and there are two solutions for this problem for you to choose between.

+ Solution 1: Install the most current driver for your video card

+ Solution 2: Manually decrease Hardware Acceleration for your video adapter

Neither of these solve the problem. :(


Athlon 64 3200+
A8N-SLI Deluxe
1 Gb PC 3200 Kingston Dual Channel
Hyper X RAM
Single MSI NX 6800 td256
Western Digital IDE 250gb
Western Digital IDE 160gb
Maxtor SATA 200gb
Audigy 2 Value Sound Card PCI
Antec Sonata Case
16x Lite-on DVD RW
OCZ5
Carlos Valente Mar 17, 2006, 12:15pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Although I have the 7800 series, have your cards got a socket on the back that takes power direct from your psu ?, I had the same message before I realised that the card needed this to be plugged in.

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Holly Mother? And here in HWA I thought many did not like ASUS, and yet, there is over 4000 posts LOL,

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Carlos, Can you confirm that you have the EZ Plug connected.


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