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  1. I have a set of the same... BH5 is under the hood...
  2. I could not boot to windows at first with sata raid0... I selected safe mode and got in there ,,then I checked the device manager to see if the change had effected and it did... I then rebooted and it went right into windows normally,, looked at device manager and advanced ACPI was enabled... I never had a lan drop so I don't know if it's cured LOL... I see no difference yet,maybe you need a IDE drive to tell...
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    Sil 3114 Raid 5 Support!!!

    Yes = BSOD Had to do a "last known good" to boot into windows...
  4. aluminium or copper will not be hurt by water... it must be dry when you put it back in the PC...
  5. this is why I don't use a can ,,,walmart wants like 4 or 5 bucks a can...
  6. I take my pc's out to the garage and give them a good blow job with my 20 gallon air compressor... true they may have water in them if you don't maintain them... I leave the drain open when not in use... If you can take the Heatsink off,,, then just put it in the dishwasher... turn on the dry cycle... this also removes oils from your finger which impead thermal contact between the die thermal paste and the heatsink...
  7. when you get file wrong size keep the switch on RD1 and at the A:> prompt again type" awdflash.exe n24id619.bin " no flags,,,be persistant it will take... Also check that the 2 yellow wires are firmly attached to th BS... There are quiet a few out there that have loose wires...
  8. I've been told it can't be done with NF2 boards... Lemme know how you fair...
  9. 1... set BS to ORG 2... boot to floppy 3... type " awdflash.exe n24id619.bin /f " 4... " N " do not save bios file 5... switch BS to RD1 6... " Y " to flash try to reflash... I get "insert boot disk" a lot then reflash and it's gone... also check your HDD cables my sata cable was bad when I got the error one time...
  10. Thermaltake extreme 12 and a Thermalright SLK800a/TTSmartfanII combo... they are pretty equal in performance...
  11. the principal behind it is to have a good bios as a backup... it does not matter which one you run everyday as long as you keep a good BIOS... so flash and play with one and don't ever touch the other as that is your "BIOS Savior" in other words leave RD1 alone and run and flash ORG... or leave ORG alone and run and flash RD1... one is just there in case you need it:angel:
  12. hit F1 --- then delete when you boot to go into the BIOS --- set failsafe default... F10,,, boot
  13. Just for the future... all threads are usefull in a search for a problem... think of the people that took there time to post a solution that could help down the road... you could of put a caption like "solved" on it I mailed your chips today...
  14. Did you delete the other thread in overclocking???
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