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Stenborg Sep 18, 2006, 03:10pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Re: Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe FAQ
Adam,

As Dave says, you should be able to run 4 x 1GB RAM modules - the motherboard supports it. Windows XP does support up to 4GB of memory, but "only" 2GB can normally be allocated to each application. Overall, unless you have some special needs, 4GB is pretty much overkill today - the tangible performance benefits compared to 2GB will be few.

Having four modules, especially of different types, will make it harder to configure good memory timings. Two modules is preferred. But changing to two 1GB modules and selling your old 512MB ones might of course be costlier than buying two additional 512MB modules. If you don't plan on doing any overclocking, then you probably won't suffer from having different types of modules.

If you go to http://www.asus.com and search for A8N-SLI Deluxe, you will get to the product page:
http://www.asus.com/products.aspx?l1=3&l2=15&l3=148&am...odelmenu=1
From there, there's a big button named "QVL Download". Click it. Or click here: http://www.asus.com/999/download/products/375/375_10.zip

While I would recommend taking such QVLs with a grain of salt, the Corsair CMX512-3200C2 is actually listed as not being compatible in 4-slot configurations, and the CMX2048-3200C2 does belong to the same family. On the other hand, this document is timestamped 2005-02-22 and much has happened both on the memory and BIOS fronts since then.

No guarantees either way. Try it and report your results. A good vendor will let you exchange your memory for another type that works in your motherboard if you have trouble, but ask them first. Good luck.

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Adam Bryant Sep 18, 2006, 03:56pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Thanks for the reply Bjorn, much appreciated. The reason im after so much ram is because im currently studying computer animation and therefore i go through alot of rendering. For the software i use (Softimage: XSI) the more ram the better.

Ive noticed on the QVL at the top there is the Corsair TwinX2048-3200C2 memory and it looks asif (if the blue "V" means "yes) it is compatible, im not sure if you missed it up there. I could be wrong though.

Your right about buying 2 x 512 sticks to make up 2gb would be cheaper, i was thinking in the long run if i bought 2 x 1gb stick then in the future i could buy another 2 x 1gb instead of having to buy the whole 4 x 1gb.

The reason why im buying memory is because my parents are in the USA and its a hell of a lot cheaper than over here in the UK!. Thanks again and could you please clarify whether you did or didn't see the Corsair TwinX2048-3200C2 on the qvl, much appreciated! - Adam

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Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe
Athlon64 X2 4400+
Nvidia Geforce 7800GTX
Twin Viewsonic VX912 19" LCD
1GB PC-3200 RAM (2 x 512mb)
Sony DVD RW DW-Q30A Drive
250GB Maxtor HDD
Coolermaster Brushed Alloy Case
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Please note when they say Windows XP supports 4GB they mean the 64 bit addition! If this was said already please disregard.

Thanks

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good call eric, i wasnt aware! cheers - Adam

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Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe
Athlon64 X2 4400+
Nvidia Geforce 7800GTX
Twin Viewsonic VX912 19" LCD
1GB PC-3200 RAM (2 x 512mb)
Sony DVD RW DW-Q30A Drive
250GB Maxtor HDD
Coolermaster Brushed Alloy Case
Paul Bennett Sep 22, 2006, 05:03pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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i have had a amd 3000 and 2 corsairs on this mobo for about a year, pretty stable really, not many probs....last week i bought 2 raptors 75 gig and started to do the raid 0 thing...i have spent about 40 hours now, and do not get it.....let me see if some of you will comment...

1. i should update chipset first, but how to do that when there is no OS? can i do it off a floppy somehow?

2. then flash the bios to 1016?

3. then install os?

i have actually gotten through the install several times, even once i got through it, and it booted up, i had flashed alredy to 1016, but then when i installed the updated nforce chipset from the nvidia site, it all died....

i am plugged into sata 3 and 4, nv raid is enabled....i think i also have the silicon controller enabled...most of the other settings i have from sanders' first page....if someone could post in the exact order for the dummies like me, to set up raid 0 i appreciate it....i have been through thousands of faq's including editing the oemtext files, nlite stuff blah blah...i think there should be some way to do it....seems from the googling that there are tons of people like me though ( scary thought lol ), and yes i have read most of the faqs here over the last year, just seeems like there should be a step by step for dummies and raid 0 lol....thanks....

Paul Bennett Sep 22, 2006, 05:06pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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duh, oh yeah i have the F10 raid bios ok....it sees both drives as healthy stripe ( Raid 0), and windows sees it in the os set up....just when i install both drivers on the floppy i get bsods most of the time ( except for theone time it made it through, like i said, it died when i stalled the updated nvidia drivers though.....not sure like i said how you update chipset first unless you do it in dos somehow....i am not an expert at all obviously lol

Stenborg Sep 23, 2006, 07:49am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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i have had a amd 3000 and 2 corsairs on this mobo for about a year, pretty stable really, not many probs....last week i bought 2 raptors 75 gig and started to do the raid 0 thing...i have spent about 40 hours now, and do not get it.....let me see if some of you will comment...

1. i should update chipset first, but how to do that when there is no OS? can i do it off a floppy somehow?

There is no updating the chipset except for updating the BIOS. Do you mean updating the chipset drivers? The drivers belong to Windows, so you'll have to install that first.



2. then flash the bios to 1016?

3. then install os?

i have actually gotten through the install several times, even once i got through it, and it booted up, i had flashed alredy to 1016, but then when i installed the updated nforce chipset from the nvidia site, it all died....

i am plugged into sata 3 and 4, nv raid is enabled....i think i also have the silicon controller enabled...most of the other settings i have from sanders' first page....if someone could post in the exact order for the dummies like me, to set up raid 0 i appreciate it....i have been through thousands of faq's including editing the oemtext files, nlite stuff blah blah...i think there should be some way to do it....seems from the googling that there are tons of people like me though ( scary thought lol ), and yes i have read most of the faqs here over the last year, just seeems like there should be a step by step for dummies and raid 0 lol....thanks....

Ah, an "Installing Windows on NVRAID-0 for dummies". We'll, I'll try and list the steps at least:
1) Update BIOS
2) Enable RAID controller and assign disks to RAID in BIOS
3) Enter RAID setup menu and create a RAID-0 array from your two disks
4) Create a driver floppy with the NVidia RAID drivers
5) Boot from Windows setup CD
6) When prompted, press the magic key to install 3rd-party drivers
7) Install _both_ the NVraid drivers from the floppy
8) Partition and format the disk (actually the RAID array of course) in the Windows setup
9) Finish installing Windows
10) Update chipset drivers in Windows to latest, greatest.

What could possibly go wrong? ;)


duh, oh yeah i have the F10 raid bios ok....

Ehm, F10 is not an A8N-SLI BIOS version that I'm aware of. There are other motherboards with a BIOS with this version number though. Are you sure what motherboard you have?


it sees both drives as healthy stripe ( Raid 0), and windows sees it in the os set up....just when i install both drivers on the floppy i get bsods most of the time ( except for theone time it made it through, like i said, it died when i stalled the updated nvidia drivers though.....not sure like i said how you update chipset first unless you do it in dos somehow....i am not an expert at all obviously lol

You should not get any BSODs. Have you tested the system for hardware problems? Go to http://www.memtest.org for instance and download the floppy image http://www.memtest.org/download/1.65/memtest86+-1.65.floppy.zip and run that, you don't need an OS for that. Another good DOS-based tool is S&M (yeah, I know) which you can download from http://testmem.nm.ru/snm.zip . (The homepage is in russion and so a bit tricky to navigate). If you can run these thoroughly without errors then at least your CPU and RAM are likely to be good.

Paul Bennett Sep 23, 2006, 11:11am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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bjorn, very nice of you to reply....but....i actually have done exactly that, literally tens of times.....memtest shows ok, also all devices, floppy cd ( ide, not sata ) memory, it all shows up insettings....i think it is fine....the problem i guess is probably basically this:

do i need to flash bios to an earlier bios ( because the asus website downloads says "please do update chipset drivvers before flashing bios....blah blah blah.... )

i guess i should flash bios to earlier version bios,

try and install the raid 0

then update chipset drivers, then

then re flash bios to 1016

must be some reason why it crashes when using nvlan, nvraid, sata ports 3 and 4....my guess is that the chipset drivers have to match somehow or not fight with the 'make disk raid drivers version

actually at this point i cannot even get it to boot with a boot up diskette to re flash, maybe i killed the mobo after so many restarts i don't know...i am clearing it with the jumper switch and taking battery out one more time...

i googled a lot and therre are thousands of posts about how to install raid on this asus sli a8n, so i am not the only one, not saying that i am not doing something wrong, but i really did use your instructions every time....loaded BOTH drivers off of F6, and everything else, must be a bios/chipset conflict maybe like i said, maybe i need to flash bios to an old 1006 then update chipset drivers then reflash...

i think it is stupid though, that there are uncertifiedd raid drivers cuz i always get that message on the windows install saying the ck804 ( i think ) is uncertified blah blah.....

anyway, thanks for the links to the dos tools, appreciate it !!!

Stenborg Sep 23, 2006, 05:21pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Paul,

Sorry then, I don't know what else to tell you... :/

You could of course as you say try flashing to an earlier BIOS, installing Windows, and then changing to the newer BIOS.

There is also the possibility of installing Windows to a non-RAID disk, and then moving over to a RAID array. This is something you'd want to avoid if possible, but it's an option. I think this would be a way to do it:
1) You have two disks that you want to install to, in a RAID-0 array. Lets call them disk 1 and disk 2 (innovative, isn't it)
2) Update BIOS to latest version
5) Enable RAID for disk 2 in BIOS, keep it off for disk 1
4) Partition, format and install Windows to disk 1
5) Update NVRaid drivers in Windows
6) Create a 1-disk RAID-1 array on disk 2
7) Use DOS-version of Partition Magic or similar tool to copy the entire Windows partition from disk 1 to the RAID-array on disk 2
8) Try booting from disk 2. It should work. :)
9) Convert the RAID-1 array to a RAID-0 array by adding disk 1 using the NVidia MediaShield Windows software. That's a very nifty function.
10) You should be done!

An alternative solution might be to first install Windows to a non-RAID disk, then create a one-disk RAID-1 array on that same disk from the BIOS but choose _not_ to initialize the contents of the disk. Not sure if that works or not. But it's worth a shot in your situation I'd say. :)

Good luck.

Paul Bennett Sep 24, 2006, 12:19am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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very kind of you again, to post...much appreciated ! good news for now, hope it lasts...i am typing this post from the computer ! don't know if it will help, i just could not find an order of events anywhere to deal with this, lots of posts addressing this but anyway if it helps this is what i did

should have told you to, that, as God is my witness....i have an odd situation....i ordered and PAID for, a year ago a SLI DELUXE mobo....well i am not an expert, and this was my first computer build...so i just ripped the mobo outta the box and installed the bios and software, did not do raid and i got through it....then last week i started down the rebuild with the raid....got my old mobo box out and it is NOT a deluxe, it is just a A8N-SLI.
so i thought maybe that was the prob, but odd thing is i had been updating bios's all along with the deluxe stuff, never had a prob....download the plain vanilla bios for the SLI ( NOT deluxe ), and the mobo would not update to that bios, it only likes the DELUXE bios updates, very strange.....anyway this is what i did....maybe it might help someone ( hope i am not posting something incorrect but anyway just my experience the last week, and especially today when i had a bit of success.....

flashed bios backwards to the 1012 for the DELUXE

made a raid array on nvlan, ports 3 and 4 enabled

installed windows, had to do several check disks, and several reboots/crashes but finally got into windows, i used the 6.65 chipset raid drivers from the sataraid folder

put the latest nforce chipset drivers on a cd, and ran the nforce 4 chipset, forceware no. 91.something something i think, the latest ones....then for the 4 components, sm bus, ethernet, storage and audio, i installed them one at a time, rebooting after every one....

i did have, and still do, seem to have a ini prob with the pc bridge device, the fix i found editing the ini file from the atk2000 folder did not work ( yet ) but i am running

flashed to the 1016 bios....

seems to be running ok...it is crappy though i think that you have to update the chipset drivers first, or else bios the thing backwards to 1012 or earlier, asus even gives the warning that if you do it the other way around, the system will crash....

hope this might help someone...

once again, thx for your reply and help !

Garret Anderson Sep 27, 2006, 05:42pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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I'm having a problem which I belive to be my motherboard. I currently have 2x512mb Nvidia geForce 7300 GS and with SLI mode engaged I cannot run any newer game like warcraft 3 or half-life 2. The system says that SLI mode is engaged and working properly, yet when i run try to run the games they bring up and error stating "Warcraft 3 FT was unable to initialize Direct X. Please ensure you have DirectX 8.1 or newer and that your display drivers are current." My display drivers are the most recent ones, and i have DirectX 9.0c. I have tried 2 different graphics cards of the same and i still get these errors. Ive re-downloaded and re-installed the graphics drivers, same problem. Interestingly enough, i can run half life 1 and Unreal tournament edition in SLI mode. Why will they not work with the newer games? What can I do to fix this? Is it my motherboard? Is anyone else having this problem?
My system specs are --

Windows XP Home Edition
AMD Athlon X2 Dual Core 3800+ 2.01Ghz
2x1GB sticks of corsair RAM
250GB hard drive
2x 512mb Nvidia geForce 7300 GS graphics cards
Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe motherboard

Stenborg Sep 28, 2006, 04:21am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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I'm having a problem which I belive to be my motherboard.


Hi Garret. Why do you believe that your problem is related to the motherboard? By exclusion?

My guess would be software problems. You could try making a fresh Windows installation to a spare hard drive with just Windows, graphics and chipset drivers and a couple of games. That would test the software problem alternative. Probably easier than installing a new motherboard.

Donmeister Sep 30, 2006, 03:50pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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I ordered an Asus K8N-SLI Deluxe mobo earlier in the week, I got it yesterday. I also got an AMD Athlon 64 X2 4600+ processor with it. I started it up and I got no post, no beeps, no video, no nothing! I thought it was a bad motherboard. I called tech support and they ran me through some tests. I unplugged/took out everything (CPU, hard drive, CD-ROM, video card, memory) and when I started it up, the voice reporter said "no cpu installed." Okay...so I put the CPU back in and everything, but still didn't have my memory in. It should have said "memory test failed," but it didn't so I tried some other memory, but still nothing. So I called tech support back and told the guy my problem. He said that it might be the BIOS needs to be upgraded. I've got to call monday and have them send me another BIOS chip. He said that the current BIOS might not support the X2 line of CPUs. And that kind of makes sense because the box that my mobo came in didn't even have the X2 logo! Anyway, I hope that the new BIOS chip works. Anyone thinks this will work or not?

System specs btw: and don't laugh, it's a work in progress as a lot of this stuff will be upgraded later. Just gotta get the motherboard working fine first right???

Asus A8N-SLI Deluxe Motherboard
Thermaltake 430 Watt PSU
AMD Athlon 64 X2 4600+
512 MB of RAM (266 Mhz)
PNY Verto Ge Force 5200 FX PCI Video Card with 256 MB of RAM
Western Digital 160 GB Hard drive 8MB buffer/7200 RPM
Lite On DVD/CD-RW Combo Drive

Specs and components in profile...
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ashvin sinnathamby said:
I just installed the deluxe and reformatted ect.

After reformatting (i've tried multiple times) when it goes to the boot screen it says "No operating system found"

What am I doing wrong?

All the jumpers are correct and the HDD is not faulty...or so I presume

Can you suggest anything to me?


I'd suggest you get an operating system.

When you format your disk, you erase everything that is on it - wipe it clean - in preparation for putting something on it. Like an operating system.

Do you see where this is leading up to? You have to actually put the operating system on to the hard drive before you can start the operating system. Otherwise, the motherboard will not find any operating system and there will be nothing to boot.

I'm guessing that you'll want to run Windows XP, so find your XP installation CD, or go get one if you don't have one already. Put it into your CD drive and boot, and the Windows installation program will help you install Windows to your blank hard drive.

Or perhaps you should just buy a Dell or something. ;)

J Hampton Oct 07, 2006, 07:52pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Hi everyone,

I've had a look through this post for answers to my problem - I imagine it's related to the motherboard (or should that be hoping). Anyway, my problems is this.

I can't hibernate / shutdown / restart my PC at all.

There are no driver conflicts and I have up todate bios / drivers.

I've received my PC earlier today, and I remembering it restarting fine a few times after various windows updates. But now it's useless.

I'm note sure what else to try as Idon't want to damage the goods. If you require more spec information then I'll try my best

Thanks

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Obviously I installed windows XP after I reformatted...

Can anyone with useful information answer my question?

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ashvin sinnathamby said:
Obviously I installed windows XP after I reformatted...

Can anyone with useful information answer my question?


Well sorry, you didn't say you installed Windows. You said that you formatted your disk and then the BIOS complained about not being able to find an OS, you must understand that it seemed like an obvious conclusion.

How far did you get in the installation procedure? You installed from a CD and the install went fine up to the first restart? Second restart? Did you set the correct boot order in the BIOS? You have to provide more information for anyone to be able to help you.

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J Hampton said:

I can't hibernate / shutdown / restart my PC at all.


What do you mean? Can you choose to turn off /restart the PC from Windows, but then nothing happens?

Did you buy it ready-built with Windows pre-installed? Then your vendor should provide support.

What makes you think it's a problem with the motherboard?


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