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  1. Sounds like RAM problems. Try using faster RAM (i.e. PC4200 DDR533 Dual Channel) I have a rig running an AOpen 865PE MoBo with Dual Channel DDR400, which shows the Blue Screen of Death if I try any overclocking. Also, be sure to use reputable namebrand RAM because others often are sub-par in terms of performance.
  2. After I reinstalled my OS (upgrading from Windows XP PRO SP1 to XP PRO SP2); I installed my Audigy 2 ZS Platinum Sound card and my COMPRO VideoMate TV Gold Plus TV Tuner card, which has an audio patch cable connected to the aux input of the sound card. When I use the TV tuner I hear an echo effect in the audio because it is being transferred throught the PCI Bus (wave input) as well as the AUX input; which was not the case under SP1. Any help in resolving this problem will be greatly appreciated, since it is undesirable to not be able to mute/unmute the TV audio independantly of the system audio stream (Windows audio, games, etc.). I.E I want the input audio for the TV tuner to be processed only by the AUX input, not the Wave input.
  3. Thanks for the tip! I found out that my patch cable was bad (wires not completely in the connector). After I crimped on new ends, the problem was solved. Thanks again for helping me out!!
  4. I've thied both I'm currently running version 8.49 from Marvell I'm using ZIOtek solid CMR CAT5E cable for my entire network
  5. I have already installed the most recent Marvell drivers. Enabling Jumbo frames makes no difference. While the system is aquiring an IP address it indicates 1.0Gbps connection speed; however, once it recieves an IP the connection speed is 100.0Mbps. Also, the "speed & duplex" settings (in the advanced tab of the adapter properties) only go up to 100 Full duplex
  6. I just upgraded to a Gigabit ethernet switch (D-Link DGS-1008D, 10/100/1000 auto-sensing), however, windows only detects a 100.0Mbps network connection; yet my laptop detects a 1.0Gbps connection. I reformatted/reinstalled Windows XP PRO SP2 and installed all the latest drivers from dfi.com.tw. This error is evident with both the PCI Marvell 88E8001 and the PCI-E 88E8053 Gigabit ethernet controllers.
  7. I recently performed a complete overhaul on my system and installed a DFI Lanparty 925X-T2 motherboard. It worked fine for several weeks (I was even sucessfully overclocked to 235MHz FSB), however, now it won't POST. When I turn on the system it makes a double beep with diagnostic LEDs 1 & 4 lit (Initializing the clock generator), restarts the POST routine and locks up with LEDs 1, 2, & 4 lit (Testing all memory (cleared all extended memory to 0)). I have just now cleared the CMOS overnight and it still has the same symptoms.
  8. Sounds to me like the PSU has given up its ghost. I recently overhauled my computer and wanted to re-use my older PSU, which worked fine at first; but after a few days it was showing the same symptoms you described. I tried a different PSU and then it worked fine.
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